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England is not an EU Member State either.

It is the United Kingdom that is a member state

When the United Kingdom no longer exists that member state no longer exists. End of.

England simply drops out of the EU by default.
That’s better.
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06-09-2019, 10:29 PM
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Originally Posted by Realist ->
An interesting solution picked up from another site.


1. Our government fast tracks Scottish Devolution.
(Wales/Ireland welcome to join too)

2. United Kingdom no longer exists at that point

3. England falls out of the EU by default as a defunct state



Job Done
Then just maybe the South East will decide that as the net contributor to the English economy it no longer wants to subsidise the takers in the rest of England’ and seeks its own Sexit from England
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06-09-2019, 11:23 PM
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Then just maybe the South East will decide that as the net contributor to the English economy it no longer wants to subsidise the takers in the rest of England’ and seeks its own Sexit from England

Yeah independence for kent !

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The SE. Not just Kent but including London, Surrey and the Sussex’s although I suppose the ancient kingdom of Kent could be resurrected to encompass all of them
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07-09-2019, 08:34 AM
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Then just maybe the South East will decide that as the net contributor to the English economy it no longer wants to subsidise the takers in the rest of England’ and seeks its own Sexit from England
Bring it on! We'll fight off any Southerners trying to get our FRESH eggs, beef, lamb, pork, chicken and vegetables on the borders of Shropshire with barricades of tractors, bales of hay and pitchforks! Let them eat Sprats and Winkles!
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07-09-2019, 09:17 AM
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Hi

I am disgusted with the whole fiasco.

May was outwitted bu Juncker, an aging drunk, Boris has been outwitted by that idiot Marxist Corbyn.

We deserve better, much better.
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07-09-2019, 09:51 AM
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Originally Posted by shropshiregirl ->
Bring it on! We'll fight off any Southerners trying to get our FRESH eggs, beef, lamb, pork, chicken and vegetables on the borders of Shropshire with barricades of tractors, bales of hay and pitchforks! Let them eat Sprats and Winkles!
No worries, Kent is the Garden of England

I thought one of the underpinning principles of Brexit was net contributors not having to fund and support net takers. Shropshire is a net taker

I suppose if there were to be a SExit then we could alwzys provide under national aid to Shropshire and other struggling areas but therein lies a problem in that brexiteers are also opposed to international aid so therefore their principles would not allow them to accept it

Although hypothetical, an independent London and the SE would probably be an eminently viable proposition within Europe
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07-09-2019, 11:04 AM
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Originally Posted by Banchory ->
No worries, Kent is the Garden of England

I thought one of the underpinning principles of Brexit was net contributors not having to fund and support net takers. Shropshire is a net taker

I suppose if there were to be a SExit then we could alwzys provide under national aid to Shropshire and other struggling areas but therein lies a problem in that brexiteers are also opposed to international aid so therefore their principles would not allow them to accept it

Although hypothetical, an independent London and the SE would probably be an eminently viable proposition within Europe

.... shouting at the rain
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07-09-2019, 11:08 AM
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The next to last paragraph on the link states : The governor of the Bank of England admitted yesterday: “Advancements In preparations for a No Deal No Transition scenario mean that the Bank’s assessment of a worst-case No Deal No Transition scenarios has become less severe.”
How about that for a turnaround ?


https://politicaluk.co.uk/2019/09/po...ShnrdiX5gJAlEo

Mr Watts explained that the UK could refuse to nominate a European Commissioner. This would break the rules of EU membership and result in the UK being removed from the EU.
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07-09-2019, 11:43 AM
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The next to last paragraph on the link states : The governor of the Bank of England admitted yesterday: “Advancements In preparations for a No Deal No Transition scenario mean that the Bank’s assessment of a worst-case No Deal No Transition scenarios has become less severe.”
How about that for a turnaround ?


https://politicaluk.co.uk/2019/09/po...ShnrdiX5gJAlEo

Mr Watts explained that the UK could refuse to nominate a European Commissioner. This would break the rules of EU membership and result in the UK being removed from the EU.

Coveny was saying there would be checks away from the Irish border in the case of a no deal brexit as well. This was just the other day. Looks like Ireland have made a u-turn on the backstop.
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