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  • Replying to @guardian

    Spot on. Anyone with half a brain knows you can't tear up 40 years of integration, treaties and the good Friday agreement and expect no serious damage.

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  • Replying to @guardian

    When remainers said negotiations were going to be difficult, they didn't point out they'd be on the EU's side during those negotiations.

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  • Replying to @C_L4w @guardian

    But they were not in the negotiating room. Only those carrying the negotiations are able to influence the outcome. This should have been a cross-party task, perhaps then it would have had a chance of acceptance by Parliament.
    And the next negotiations? Let's hope there are some!

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  • Replying to @foxglovefan @guardian

    That doesn't matter. If I'm selling my car to a man and he has his wife on the phone threatening him with divorce unless he buys it I can:
    a) laugh and charge him whatever I want.
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    b) she's halted his negotiating power without being part of the negotiation.
    Why is this hard?

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  • Replying to @C_L4w @guardian

    And it should still have been a cross-party undertaking. And don't even mention bigamy.

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  • Replying to @guardian @Rubicon23

    The Guardian has had a huge part to play in all of this. Right wing is great, left wing are hippies that sort of thing. Own it.

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  • Replying to @guardian

    I agree, with certain minor reservations.

    The 2016 Referendum was ill conceived from the outset, the public were not informed of the full implications & there was serious misinformation on both sides.

    We have sold the UK down the river & are in for a bleak future.

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  • Replying to @guardian

    As a leave voter I knew full well it would be difficult because the EU, MP's and EU-NEWSPAPERS like yourselves, want to remain at 'whatever costs' I was under no illusion. The EU did the same with Denmark and Ireland.

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  • Replying to @KellyMartin_UK @guardian

    The EU has been completely consistent with every country it has dealt with. It will negotiate a favourable deal which protects the trade bloc. It did not as some expected bow down to our arrogance. And it was always going to be hard due to NI.

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  • Replying to @guardian

    Both sides employed scare tactics. One side gave the other's a memorable moniker. The rest is history.

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  • Replying to @guardian

    Mrs May sabotaged the whole process from the minute she called a GE. That's why it has been so difficult

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  • Replying to @guardian

    This article is Project Fear. What irony!

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  • Replying to @guardian

    The negotation has been difficult because the remainer parliament has continually sabotaged our position by taking no deal off the table thus leaving us with no leverage. If we all had pulled together in this country it would have been easy, because the EU sell a lot to us.

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