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    [–] Theresa May enters ‘killing zone’. Tories tell PM she has 72 hours to save her job - Tim Shipman quick_justice 47 points ago in ukpolitics

    You are still talking under assumption there are two equal powers negotiating.

    In reality you are sitting in Fiesta playing game of chicken with a bulldozer. It doesn’t matter who drives the Fiesta. May, Farage, or even Churchill.

    [–] Extend transition only to scrap backstop, says Dominic Raab quick_justice 1 points ago in ukpolitics

    Not only he wants to negotiate in bad faith he’s forward about it. What a fella.

    [–] May tells Varadkar that backstop could not be temporary quick_justice 8 points ago in ukpolitics

    you don't need it, you can quit any international pact unilaterally, that's what being sovereign means. It is however a question of consequence.

    Same as with Switzerland EU would insist on guillotine clause where the whole package of agreements is dismissed as soon as one of them is broken.

    [–] Leaving the EU could kill the New Forest quick_justice 1 points ago in ukpolitics

    Their asset isn't cash generating though, by keeping it they are getting poorer, not richer. Furthermore, them owning this asset benefits the society as a whole. So it's not that stupid to compensate their expenses in return for keeping the things in place.

    [–] Does anyone really think construction of a hard border is possible? quick_justice 1 points ago in ukpolitics

    No, it’s pretty easy for organised crime. Traffic never stops. As you said, this is all illegal - that’s why it is done by organised career criminals supported by rogue states, eg Russia

    [–] Does anyone really think construction of a hard border is possible? quick_justice 1 points ago in ukpolitics

    Man, if you want weapons and have money - there are vendors. No government can stop then reliably.

    [–] Does anyone really think construction of a hard border is possible? quick_justice 2 points ago in ukpolitics

    Yeah, thanks to routine bomb checks in public places

    How are murder rates relevant at all?

    [–] Does anyone really think construction of a hard border is possible? quick_justice 1 points ago in ukpolitics

    Oh come on weapon smuggling and offshore accounts are the thing. Weapon smugglers are not ideologues, just businessmen

    [–] Does anyone really think construction of a hard border is possible? quick_justice 2 points ago in ukpolitics

    Why? I’m sorry but it’s all black market. They would find donors and weapons, it never would be a problem.

    [–] Frictionless Brexit trade deal would bolster budget – Hammond quick_justice 3 points ago in ukpolitics

    You said the vote was against smooth trade with EU. Which requires a deal of course when you are outside EU.

    In any case, no such vote tool place.

    [–] Frictionless Brexit trade deal would bolster budget – Hammond quick_justice 2 points ago in ukpolitics

    A smooth Brexit that offers frictionless trade with the European Union

    Unfortunately, 17 million people voted not to have that any more.

    Here's your own quote.

    [–] Frictionless Brexit trade deal would bolster budget – Hammond quick_justice 2 points ago in ukpolitics

    Just now you said UK voted to leave EU, of which I'm aware. Before though you were arguing UK voted to have no smooth trade deal with the EU. Clearly these are not the same, in fact, you can't have a trade deal with the EU while being in the EU. So I'm still not sure what is that you are referring to.

    [–] A Cautionary Tale for How Brexit Summit Can Collapse quick_justice 1 points ago in ukpolitics

    I didn't say it will disappear. But it will loose any chance to get to power for decades. Mentioning this shitshow will be enough to deter people from voting tories, and it will persist until generation will change and people will forget.

    [–] Frictionless Brexit trade deal would bolster budget – Hammond quick_justice 1 points ago in ukpolitics

    There was no vote on smooth trade with Europe in 2016 as far as I'm aware. Would you care to refer me to it?

    [–] A Cautionary Tale for How Brexit Summit Can Collapse quick_justice 5 points ago in ukpolitics

    Don't get me wrong. Some people in Tory party can not only survive it but thrive on it. Tory party as organisation however will be finished for decades. Party before country, but my pocket before party.