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    Quote Originally Posted by 28Chevy View Post
    And the remaining 37.4% get it face to face from a bloke down the pub.....but can't remember all of it in the morning....
    And so 51% of the 37.4% embelish what they can kinda remember with soundbites that must be true! shirley!!
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    Just in case a reminder was needed that the EU is not on our side: https://carbuzz.com/news/new-chevy-c...nned-in-europe
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    People can argue about it until they are blue (or red) in the face but there is one truth - the majority voted to leave and while people are entitled to disagree with that, to attempt to block or overturn the outcome is fascism. Simple as.

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    Just in case a reminder was needed that the EU is not on our side
    Quite correct, the exit has created .This

    German bureaucrat Martin Selmayr, Juncker’s right-hand man the most senior EU civil servant.
    Selmayr’s “no-deal” planning is designed to “protect the vital interests of the EU” (that is ,of course ,his criteria)

    collateral damage to the UK is inevitable consequence,
    The EU did a trade deal with Mongolia,think it was last year. While some might not have high regard for Mongolia.
    Someone who was at a Trade Fair stated that Mongolia is NOT interested in any deal with the UK( the stuff they want is available in the EU)

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    Quote Originally Posted by stonefree View Post
    Quite correct, the exit has created .This

    German bureaucrat Martin Selmayr, Juncker’s right-hand man the most senior EU civil servant.
    Selmayr’s “no-deal” planning is designed to “protect the vital interests of the EU” (that is ,of course ,his criteria)

    collateral damage to the UK is inevitable consequence,
    The EU did a trade deal with Mongolia,think it was last year. While some might not have high regard for Mongolia.
    Someone who was at a Trade Fair stated that Mongolia is NOT interested in any deal with the UK( the stuff they want is available in the EU)
    But what if, after we leave, the UK can then offer MOngolia a better deal? Or will the dictatorship that is the EU prevent people like Mongolia from dealing with us as part of the restrictions of their deal with the EU

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    You're quite right, there is nothing the EU can do, but two things the UK has to undercut the EU in terms, of doing a deal, and the second, Mongolia in this case must want to do a deal

    eg, you are a trader, I'm sure there are firms that you don't deal with and won't, but if the price was right you might, if the UK is the vendor then it becomes a race to the bottom,price wise, however as a buyer the UK the board changes a touch, with the UK in control of its own import tariff

    It could result in a variation of the New Zealand problem in the early 70s except reversed, when Heath joined the Common Market(the UK crapped on NZ, big time)

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    anyone can offer a better deal than the artifially high crap they offer the eu that is

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    Cool, if we leave without a deal we should all be fine by 2039.

    The EU may well have exclusivity terms with people like Mongolia, stopping them dealing with non EU countries wothout losing their EU deal.
    We all know how much of a protectionist club it is.

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    The US will gladly trade with the UK. Problem is that we make bugger all in the US, we just have everything made in China and shipped here.
    We went to Walmart over the weekend because our coffee maker died. Not one coffee maker is made in the USA, not one

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