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Offline MH

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Re: Brexit
« Reply #30 on: March 15, 2019, 10:08:08 pm »
So, Parliament voted against a no deal Brexit then voted for an extension. An extension has to be approved by all EU members. Poland has been the Brxiteers favourite whipping boy, what if it says FU, you ainít getting one. There must be a lot of irritation over Britainís dithering and it will be interesting to see how it manifests itself. Listening to a Deutsch Welle correspondent on BBC yesterday and she said Britain had generated a lot of anomositry in the rest of the EU and while future relations will likely be civil, they will no longer be friendly.

It's hard to imagine the same country that defiantly turned its back on the EU going back and asking for... anything.

I think I'm done with democracy.