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Old 16-03-2017, 16:27   #1936
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Ah, so the 'migrant deal' is the Sword of Damocles available every time Turkey isn't happy about something. What do the EU fanboys here feel about this way of doing business?
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Re: Eurozone will collapse...

Whenever the EU's issues are highlighted by events it's usual very vocal supporters go very quiet and aren't seen much until the next brexit disaster article appears then they reappear to tellus we'd have been better off remaining in the EU. I recently had a discussion with some business people most from the continent and was quite surprised how pessimistic they are about the EU's future but the one thing they all agreed on was that before the collapse there will be more dramatic integration tried to stave off many of the issue's.

Another thing that surprised me was how positive they were about brexit and the UK's future, i guess even though i don't buy into a lot of the pessimism in the media i did think the continent had a more uniformed negative take on brexit. Interesting times ahead with a period of both uncertainty and struggle but the more i hear people from the continent talk about the EU the more i realise that applies to both the UK and the EU.
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Old 16-03-2017, 20:08   #1938
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There's a mutually beneficial negotiation to be struck if they want it; if they don't, everyone loses. We know it; they know it and it will happen imho.

I also think there could be a new European Union if some fundamental change is made to the existing structure.
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There's a mutually beneficial negotiation to be struck if they want it; if they don't, everyone loses. We know it; they know it and it will happen imho.

I also think there could be a new European Union if some fundamental change is made to the existing structure.
What the EU needs is one central Government and politicians, rather than Civil Servants, in charge.

Simples.
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