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carol27
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Re: The art of negotiation
May 30, 2017, 18:32
carol27 wrote:
Sanctuary wrote:
thesweetcheat wrote:
Don't know if you watched it last night, but I thought Corbyn was excellent against Paxo constant interruptions, irrelevant line of questioning, frothing at the mouth and uber-aggressive body language. Suggests he would do very well in a pressurised negotiation, especially as he recognises that taking an adversarial stance doesn't work and that the objective is to reach an agreement.

I'll refrain from commenting on the PM's performance, but the "blowhard" line seemed quite accurate.


I was going to refrain from posting about last nights poor performance from Paxton as I thought both 'contestants' were equally matched as regards any 'point gaining' but because of your cherry picking once again changed my mind. Neither side 'won or lost' and you must be in some sort of a fantasy world to hint that Corbyn did the best.
He'll be cacking his pants if he wins when the penny drops that he then has to negotiate us out of Europe. It would be funny if it wasn't so serious.




Erm, don't forget Roy that Jeremy also wanted out & you can bet that his reasons will be far more considered & well thought out than Mays. Presumably he's also had his strategy regarding exit well worked out for quite some time..I expect it would involve some renegotiation 're associate membership..but, as regards leaving the EU,( on a personal level) you & Corbyn have more in common than the lovely Theresa who was, of course a remainer.
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