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  1. Fools, Rules and Brexitation.

    Well done for answering the question even though you are behaving hysterically. I have done with you now.
  2. Fools, Rules and Brexitation.

    I asked if you would rather live in a country ruled by a dictator or a country which honoured a democratic decision. You've failed to answer my question. I assume you don't know the answer to my question.
  3. Fools, Rules and Brexitation.

    Making a mockery of the referendum result also means a mockery is made of the democratic process. Would you prefer to live in a country ruled by a dictator such as Sudan, China or Saudi Arabia?
  4. The Italians have more to be fed up with today. The EU has ruled Italy an independent country are not allowed to deliver a budget for the best interest of the people of Italy because of EU rules.
  5. Fools, Rules and Brexitation.

    The UK voted to leave the EU. Any agreement made between the UK and the EU which resulted in the UK staying in the customs union and single market or both would make a mockery of the EU referendum result. I quote Teresa May when I say mockery of the referendum result. I have done with you now.
  6. Fools, Rules and Brexitation.

    I am not suggesting there should be a border in the Irish sea. It is the EU who are demanding there should be a border in the Irish sea. It's time for you to hold your hands up and admit you haven't a clue what is happening and acknowledge you quote text you don't understand.
  7. Fools, Rules and Brexitation.

    The text is not clear to me in relation to the current arguments between the UK and the EU. I can't see anything in that text where there is an agreement between the UK and the EU that there will be a border in the Irish sea. Can't see any end dates in that text regarding a backstop.
  8. Fools, Rules and Brexitation.

    The UK and the EU have only ever agreed to have a backstop. Agreeing to have a backstop is not the same as agreeing on mutual terms for a backstop. You guess wrong, they have misunderstood nothing because no precise commitments have ever been mutually agreed. You're obsessed with criticising more knowledgeable people than yourself. If you are not an Irish citizen, then you should be supporting your own country's position rather than a foreign one.
  9. There are also Eastern European sweatshops. A pair of expensive ladies shoes with a 'Made In Italy' label doesn't mean the shoes are completely Made In Italy. It's much easier for mainland EU shoe manufactures to exploit the outward processing trade scheme. This scheme allows shoe manufactures to start the manufacturing process of the shoes in Italy, then export the shoes to a low wage Eastern European sweatshop country to be sewn and assembled. The shoes are then imported back to Italy duty free because of the outward processing trade scheme. A pair of ladies shoes labeled Made In Italy are more valuable than a pair of ladies shoes labeled Made In Albania.
  10. Fools, Rules and Brexitation.

    The backstop agreed between the UK and EU in December was deliberately vague in order to move the negotiations on to another stage. If the UK agree to a precise backstop agreement, which has no end date and also agree to remain temporarily in the customs union, then the UK could effectively be trapped in the custom union because there can be no guarantee about the outcome of future customs arrangements negotiations with the EU. Politicians like David Davis are speaking out now in an effort to prevent Theresa May making an agreement with the EU, which will be rejected in parliament by pro leave members of parliament. The intervention by David Davis makes a deal acceptable to parliament more likely if one can be agreed with the EU. A no deal is better than a bad deal. I voted to leave the EU and will not be complaining if the UK leaves the EU without a deal.
  11. Fools, Rules and Brexitation.

    Theresa May is proposing to revise the backstop agreement made between the UK and EU last December, which is the reason why David Davis is speaking out now. The concern now is the whole of the UK could be stuck permanently in the customs union after the UK leave the EU.
  12. Fools, Rules and Brexitation.

    Have you done anything in your life other than criticise others? You've just contradicted your previous post by acknowledging the difficulty in any negotiation is the last 10% Theresa May is David Davis' boss. If your boss wants you to do something that you disagree with, then you have two choices. David Davis made the honourable choice and resigned. We need more politicians like David Davis, who stand up for their beliefs and principles.
  13. Fools, Rules and Brexitation.

    You're ignorant on how the negotiating process has been carried out. The negotiating process has been conducted in various stages. The UK and the EU have mutually agreed over 80% of the terms for the UK's withdrawal from the EU. David Davis agrees with what has already been agreed between the UK and EU. David Davis resigned because he didn't agree with all of Theresa May’s proposals to conclude the final parts of Brexit negotiations with the EU. The argument at the moment is whether the proposed temporary continuation of UK's membership of the customs union will become a permanent arrangement. Permanent membership of the custom union, will mean the UK referendum result has not been honoured.