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Brexit Digest

Postby MagsJ » Thu Oct 17, 2019 12:22 am

The whole country awaits with bated breath.

Even the Remainers want Brexit over with.. preferably with a deal, but done and gotten over with none-the-less.

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Re: Brexit Digest

Postby MagsJ » Mon Oct 28, 2019 5:05 am

The e-Brexit Digest gets delivered to my e-letterbox in a few hours.. what updates will it hold?

This is starting to feel like a romance gone wrong.. a bad romance, where the fallen-out-of-love is being held onto far too tightly by the now-undesired non-object of desire.

Just let go and move on, with dignity intact..
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Re: Brexit Digest

Postby Meno_ » Mon Oct 28, 2019 3:54 pm

Doesn't it appear as if international politics is paralleling Trumpism and Need it?

The indecisiveness of Need it may hold it's breath alongside the increasingly speculative growth of opinion of US internal conflict over Trump's fate.

The net's of how this goes down, reflect a dual allegiance problem in British politics to the continent or America, as the NWO procedure is attempting to substantiate a universal politic.
Is this a fair order assumption, or off kilter?
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Re: Brexit Digest

Postby MagsJ » Fri Nov 08, 2019 2:14 am

Meno_ wrote:Doesn't it appear as if international politics is paralleling Trumpism and Need it?

The indecisiveness of Need it may hold it's breath alongside the increasingly speculative growth of opinion of US internal conflict over Trump's fate.

The net's of how this goes down, reflect a dual allegiance problem in British politics to the continent or America, as the NWO procedure is attempting to substantiate a universal politic.
Is this a fair order assumption, or off kilter?

I can’t.. I just can’t, even. No words.. no Deal reached, a snap General Election called, PPCs standing down from all sides due to non-pc verbalities. What next..?

America’s current list of offerings aren’t going down too well with the British public.. chlorinated chicken, toxic pharmaceuticals/meds/jabs, over-processed produce, and etc. aren’t endearing deals for the end user, as they are to the profiting supplier.
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Re: Brexit Digest

Postby MagsJ » Tue Nov 12, 2019 3:14 pm

Nigel has had a lot of criticism in doing this, but seeing that he made us lose most of London, in dividing the votes last GE, perhaps he knew it was the common sense thing to do.. otherwise, good people are going to leave the country, because the alternative of remaining under a different Government is unfathomable to want to have to comprehend.

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Re: Brexit Digest

Postby MagsJ » Tue Jan 21, 2020 1:50 am

Brexit digest

Looking ahead:

29 - 30 January: Plenary session of the European Parliament.
31 January: The date in law for the UK’s exit from the EU.
11 March: Chancellor of the Exchequer will present the budget.
4 April: New Labour Party leader announced.
1 July: Deadline for the Joint Committee to decide if the transition period should be extended.
31 December 2020: Date in law for the end of the implementation period.
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Re: Brexit Digest

Postby MagsJ » Mon Jan 27, 2020 7:26 pm

Brexit digest

Looking ahead:

29 - 30 January: Plenary session of the European Parliament.
31 January: The date in law for the UK’s exit from the EU.
11 March: Chancellor of the Exchequer will present the budget.
4 April: New Labour Party leader announced.
1 July: Deadline for the Joint Committee to decide if the transition period should be extended.
15 July: New Liberal Democrat Leader announced.
31 December 2020: Date in law for the end of the implementation period.
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Re: Brexit Digest

Postby MagsJ » Sun Feb 09, 2020 10:01 pm

Brexit digest
Following the UK’s exit from the EU on Friday 31 January, the Article 50 process is now complete! On 1 February the Withdrawal Agreement entered into force which means the new legal basis for our negotiations with the EU is Article 218 of the EU treaties, which sets out the EU’s rules for conducting negotiations, in the coming months.


Looking ahead:
11 March: Chancellor of the Exchequer will present the budget.
4 April: New Labour Party leader announced.
1 July: Deadline for the Joint Committee to decide if the transition period should be extended.
15 July: New Liberal Democrat Leader announced.
31 December 2020: Date in law for the end of the implementation period.


New Brexit-related briefings:
- Farm policy is in the news: looking at the Agriculture Bill’s longer-term proposals.
- Following exit from the EU on 31 January, the UK’s 73 MEPs have vacated their seats in the European Parliament. Some of these seats will be taken up by new MEPs from the remaining 27 EU Member States.
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