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Edited Feb 19, 2017, 21:52
Feb 19, 2017, 21:48
thesweetcheat wrote:

I don't really see or agree with that argument. The other EU countries have been forced into this negotiation in the first place by the UK's decision. If we were worried about seeming arrogant, putting them to trouble and expense or upsetting our EU neighbours, maybe we shouldn't have held a referendum or voted leave!

Whether you say they have been forced or not, they will be on the other side of the negotiating table from us.
We are where we are.
Cold hard facts are there will be two sides in these negotiations, UK and EU.
UK comes to an agreement with EU, each side then has a position.
UK then unilaterally decides 'no, changed our minds'.
Like I said, do we just tell the EU to accept that or do we involve them?
Please, try to answer that one!
That aspect makes no sense to me.
PS Please don't assume to know what I'd be 'happy' with, it's unfair.
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