Jan 29, 2019 -- 6:04AM, donny osmond wrote:
more abuse noted from akbula, irony lol
lol, wonder who the fantasy boy akabula wishes me to be today?
Jan 31, 2019 -- 12:59PM, Dr Crippen wrote:
Article 24 is available for us and the EU to sort something out between us after a no deal Brexit.Yet astonishingly the BBC haven't mentioned Article 24 anywhere as far as I can see. They don't seem at all keen to let it out of the bag.Except for this on their politics pages:Prime Minister Theresa May still hopes, of course, that a deal can be done in the next few weeks and that Brexit on 29 March will be followed by a transition period of at least 21 months, when all the rules and regulations would stay the same.And if a withdrawal agreement is ratified, and a transition period begins, the only legislation that would need to be passed before Brexit day would be a bill turning that agreement into UK law.
This is a stone cold lie. Article 24 is not available after a no deal Brexit. Article 24 only works if you are working towards a deal, in other words not in a no deal Brexit, as we would have no agreement to present.
On top of this you'd have to present some kind of plan for a FTA agreement.
You cannot just leave under no deal and trade under article 24 as an interim agreement for 10 years like Farage is claiming, this is another con to con the gullible.
Feb 1, 2019 -- 6:12PM, lfc1971 wrote:
nothing will change if we leave in March on no deal , common sense .
Do you generally find that the world operates on common sense?