SleepyJoe · 2 months ago

Mr Timmermans has got to get over it and get a bigger box of kleenex. The U.K were the main contributors to the E.U model and Brussels will be looking to replace that money spread across the other Nations. The Brits voted twice …once in the referendum and in the recent General Election to get out, and the majority of the Brits are waiting for the chimes of Big Ben followed by a party, after that confirmation.

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IraqiVet49 · 2 months ago

If someone else gets in power there, they could well vote to rejoin the EU…especially if their economy starts slowing down. Nothing is definite.

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CyberWorrier · 2 months ago

After Corbyn’s disastrous General Election, the Labour Party, the only feasible challenger to the Tories, could be out in the cold for the next decade. If and when they are strong enough to make a meaningful political contribution, I would not be at all surprised if the European Union was disbanded and looked back at as a failed project.

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Youngguari · 2 months ago

Much like here, everything depends on the economy. If things take a turn for worse, Boris will be in trouble. If the Labour Party gets a new leader, more centrist…it could be enough to propel them back into game. And I think you are underestimating the allure of the EU on the continent.

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CyberWorrier · 2 months ago

I disagree, the in fighting within the Labour Party has weakened them, and it will take the Brits an awful long time to trust them again…whoever the candidate. Add to that the disgraceful anti-Semitism, and the Labour Party needs a wholesale makeover. As for the E.U, the U.K are nearly gone and I expect many to follow, firstly from the Eastern bloc, and then …we will see. Immigration is the biggest bugbear for the likes of Italy, Spain and France and the Germans are beginning to realise how stupid they were to saturate their Nation with so many migrants.

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