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Deal or no deal? EU-UK trade negotiations likely to dominate today's meeting

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    Boris will sell out the UK and face the wrath

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    Stop calling it brexit it secessionist,s thats what they call scotland or ireland for wanting to leave brit union

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    EU try to scam UK

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    Boris Johnsons self-imposed Brexit deadline expires today? lol I don't think anyone in the EU takes him seriously

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    The problem is that the UK continues to negotiate. They need to tell the EU to F off and walk away.

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    Do a deal with Australia for 1 trillion not with the EU

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    Europe have had over 4 year's to strike a deal, & Europe are not going to negotiate. UK are better off with a no deal Brexit, & under WTO rules, Europe will lose it's biggest trading partner, & other countries outside of Europe will be delighted with UK annual trade.

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    Hungarian Paragon

    The English chancers expect us to flinch at deadlines, and when we don't; they manufacture another one to which they drag their sulking legs.

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    No Deal the French wil not have a free hand In UK waters

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