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1 hour ago, tinfoilhat said:

Indeed. Not as good a deal as the EU got but at least we get to send them cheese tariff free. So that's good. Mind you, if we don't get a deal with the EU the French can send cheddar etc as we won't have geographical protection any more.

 

 

We can always send some English  champagne to go with it.

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1 hour ago, RJRB said:

After having negotiated and signed a “terrific”deal over the WA the duplicitous cabinet then reneges.

Makes you proud to be British does it not.

 

 

It takes two to tango. If the EU could be trusted and had acted in good faith then the British government wouldn't feel the need to introduce the new domestic legislation. I'm over the moon we have a British government that puts precedence of British law over international law. I'm delighted we have a British Prime Minister who is making Britain great again. I'm more proud to be British today than the same time last year when we had a British parliament containing a majority of British MPs who blocked the implementation of a democratic choice made by the British electorate. 
 

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And its ‘own self serving machinations over the interest of its’ population.

A government who fails to tell the truth and fails to honour commitments.

Whats to be proud about?

Edited by RJRB

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1 hour ago, retep said:

We can always send some English  champagne to go with it.

Sparkling wine

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10 minutes ago, Pettytom said:

Sparkling wine

For now,

"We have dreamt for a number of years of working with our dear friends in the UK to create a special Franco/British project, built on the values of friendship and also to create something special to show our appreciation of the UK support for Champagne – it is Champagne Taittinger’s number one export market. We are very excited that this dream is now becoming a reality."

https://www.domaineevremond.com/

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2 hours ago, West 77 said:

It takes two to tango. If the EU could be trusted and had acted in good faith then the British government wouldn't feel the need to introduce the new domestic legislation. I'm over the moon we have a British government that puts precedence of British law over international law. I'm delighted we have a British Prime Minister who is making Britain great again. I'm more proud to be British today than the same time last year when we had a British parliament containing a majority of British MPs who blocked the implementation of a democratic choice made by the British electorate. 
 

Boris won the election on the back of promising to implement the WA. Then parliament, with his 80 seat majority, passed the legislation. The will of the people was clearly that we sign up to the WA and we did. Now we must obey the consequent law.

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34 minutes ago, retep said:

For now,

"We have dreamt for a number of years of working with our dear friends in the UK to create a special Franco/British project, built on the values of friendship and also to create something special to show our appreciation of the UK support for Champagne – it is Champagne Taittinger’s number one export market. We are very excited that this dream is now becoming a reality."

https://www.domaineevremond.com/

Did you read any of the page you’ve linked to?

 

Sparking wine it is.

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21 minutes ago, Pettytom said:

Did you read any of the page you’ve linked to?

 

Sparking wine it is.

Yeah like french cheddar.

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5 minutes ago, retep said:

Yeah like french cheddar.

No.  Sparkling wine is like champagne.

 

French cheddar is like a good Brexit deal. Non-existent.

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21 minutes ago, Pettytom said:

No.  Sparkling wine is like champagne.

 

French cheddar is like a good Brexit deal. Non-existent.

Have you let tinfoil know?

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9 minutes ago, retep said:

Have you let tinfoil know?

The French have so many delicious cheeses that I doubt that they’ll be interested in knocking off fake cheddar in any meaningful quantities 

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1 hour ago, nightrider said:

Boris won the election on the back of promising to implement the WA. Then parliament, with his 80 seat majority, passed the legislation. The will of the people was clearly that we sign up to the WA and we did. Now we must obey the consequent law.

Boris did implement the WA on 31st January when we left the EU. The WA is an international treaty which both sides have an obligation to follow. The UK Government believe the EU  haven't been acting in good faith regarding a future trade agreement and are justified in making a minor change by means of a new domestic law. The UK  Government would be mugs to get into a position where their hands are tied regarding the NI situation if no trade agreement is agreed with the EU and WTO terms are implemented. We all should be supporting the actions our  elected Government are taking.

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