PDQ Mobile wrote: Mick F wrote:
Bonefishblues wrote:Soft brexit
As in not joined them, but co-operated with them.
Too late now for a soft exit.
Should have been a soft entry 60odd years ago and stayed soft.
Ah you've come round and understood at last.
That is what we do/did around the Brussels table- cooperate!
To late yes.
Better stay in.
Better in than out as they say.
On a less lighthearted note.
Could you tell us what you think about Johnson's new deal?
It would be more of a complete argument.
I am not the most concise in putting my points but I do try to expand them just a little.
Two answers from me this morning. I'll probably be off the air for the next day or three.
Co-operation is always a Good Thing. I've never said that we shouldn't co-operate with the UofE. My wish is that we talk talk, and not walk walk. We don't have to be Unionised to co-operate. Get out of the Union and talk, and talk whilst we're doing it. Jaw Jaw is better than War War .......... as WinstonC once said.
I've not listened to the news over the weekend, and not listened to TodayR4 although it's on in the background.
I have no idea what the ins and outs of Boris's deal are, or what Parliament thinks about it. I understand that the Speaker is going to say something today ......... but that's all.
The way I see it, all the talking should have been done and discussions and bargains struck well before invoking Art50.
They've buggered it up ...... if you pardon my bluntness. Blame the Tories - all of them.
Mick F. Cornwall