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Old 25th April 2020, 09:40   #11 (permalink)
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See barnier is complaining UK is not agreeing to his deal and he wants to extend the extension date. No need. Just leave with no deal.
Sure, what could possibly go wrong with that idea?

As usual the EU is being pragmatic.

At the moment its all posturing. Ill wait for July (the deadline for extensions) before I worry about it.

I suspect its a case of running it to the wire and then announcing it is all the EUs fault. This seems to be the tactic of the last decade with regard to the EU
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When was the national Italian referendum and vote ?

50 billion ? you Spurs , the former Tory Chancellor Hammond , billions and millions Del ?

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They didn’t but their own GE tells the story.
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Sure, what could possibly go wrong with that idea?

As usual the EU is being pragmatic.

At the moment its all posturing. Ill wait for July (the deadline for extensions) before I worry about it.

I suspect its a case of running it to the wire and then announcing it is all the EUs fault. This seems to be the tactic of the last decade with regard to the EU
The EU going forward is far bigger than Brexit
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The EU going forward is far bigger than Brexit
100% agree

Shame we are no longer part of the worlds largest super power. I bet the USA China and Japan are happy its power has diminished by the UK leaving. They will be more able to impose their will on us as a result

Churchill did warn us about that danger but he was just a snowflake remainer tarator as we all know
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100% agree

Shame we are no longer part of the worlds largest super power. I bet the USA China and Japan are happy its power has diminished by the UK leaving. They will be more able to impose their will on us as a result

Churchill did warn us about that danger but he was just a snowflake remainer tarator as we all know
Just like China does with the all powerful EU?

https://www.msn.com/en-gb/news/coron...cid=spartandhp
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Italians only in Dec 2019 were in favour of staying in the EU 62% ... So maybe now Covid and the EU initial response, may have changed that for now ... whilst that initial response may be on their minds.

but as seen the later the EU response has been good, both in medical and will be seen by Italians in the need to rebuild their lives, employment and economy. This is when Italians are/will see EU help.

Seen with the 50 billion euro help also the help given by the EU Central Banks in keeping Italy's all important credit rating by its support saving Italy from more expensive borrowing, for any rebuild of the economy


Dec 2019 "Italians are not in favour of following in Britain's footsteps, with 62 percent saying leaving the European Union would not be a good idea, according to a report released on Friday by Italian research institute Censis." ( source below )



"Italy has escaped a possible deterioration in its credit rating by Standard & Poor’s, granting a stay of the country’s bonds following a recent sale which increased borrowing costs.

After a regular review of Italy’s solvency, S&P maintained the rating at BBB on Friday, two notches above “spam” status, despite forecasts of a jump in Rome’s debt level to 153 % of GDP by the end of the year as the government accelerates. borrow to finance its response to the coronavirus crisis.

The rating agency said that the European Central Bank’s massive asset purchase programs “supported this additional public borrowing.”"

Italy bonds reprieved as S&P downgrade avoided
https://thakoni.com/italy-bonds-repr...grade-avoided/

Most Italians want to remain part of the European Union, poll finds Dec 2019
https://www.thelocal.it/20191206/mos...ion-poll-finds
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Italians only in Dec 2019 were in favour of staying in the EU 62% ... So maybe now Covid and the EU initial response, may have changed that for now ... whilst that initial response may be on their minds.

but as seen the later the EU response has been good, both in medical and will be seen by Italians in the need to rebuild their lives, employment and economy. This is when Italians are/will see EU help.

Seen with the 50 billion euro help also the help given by the EU Central Banks in keeping Italy's all important credit rating by its support saving Italy from more expensive borrowing, for any rebuild of the economy


Dec 2019 "Italians are not in favour of following in Britain's footsteps, with 62 percent saying leaving the European Union would not be a good idea, according to a report released on Friday by Italian research institute Censis." ( source below )



"Italy has escaped a possible deterioration in its credit rating by Standard & Poor’s, granting a stay of the country’s bonds following a recent sale which increased borrowing costs.

After a regular review of Italy’s solvency, S&P maintained the rating at BBB on Friday, two notches above “spam” status, despite forecasts of a jump in Rome’s debt level to 153 % of GDP by the end of the year as the government accelerates. borrow to finance its response to the coronavirus crisis.

The rating agency said that the European Central Bank’s massive asset purchase programs “supported this additional public borrowing.”"

Italy bonds reprieved as S&P downgrade avoided
https://thakoni.com/italy-bonds-repr...grade-avoided/

Most Italians want to remain part of the European Union, poll finds Dec 2019
https://www.thelocal.it/20191206/mos...ion-poll-finds

"Dec 2019 "Italians are not in favour of following in Britain's footsteps, with 62 percent saying leaving the European Union would not be a good idea, according to a report released on Friday by Italian research institute Censis."

And how many thousands of Italians had died from the virus in December 2019? The opinion of the EU by Italians might've been somewhat different in February 2020. The EU were absent. The EUs lack of action towards helping the Italians will not be forgotten & the euroskeptics will be using that in the future.


The talk of billions means nothing to voters when they've just lost family members & were left in the lurch by Brussels. Nobody sees or visualises billions but they do visualise missing family members who once sat down with them at meal times.
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"Dec 2019 "Italians are not in favour of following in Britain's footsteps, with 62 percent saying leaving the European Union would not be a good idea, according to a report released on Friday by Italian research institute Censis."

And how many thousands of Italians had died from the virus in December 2019? The opinion of the EU by Italians might've been somewhat different in February 2020. The EU were absent. The EUs lack of action towards helping the Italians will not be forgotten & the euroskeptics will be using that in the future.


The talk of billions means nothing to voters when they've just lost family members & were left in the lurch by Brussels. Nobody sees or visualises billions but they do visualise missing family members who once sat down with them at meal times.
I think I already pointed out the timeline....no luck with the glasses then?



The Italian Health Service actions and policy taken on the Virus were a Sovereign matter, taken by the Italian Govt ( remember that word Brextremist bang on about not being able to action ..Italy did ) Italians died of the virus....

Unfortunately yes, Italians may need someone to blame at the moment .. and the EU makes an easy scapegoat.....

And I am sure this is being used, reinforced and highlighted as seen both by Italexit and our own Brextremists. In the sick use of Italian misery of thier Dead. In anti EU propaganda ... even though they know this only happened after the initial response, and after that the EU helped and are still helping Italy ... Just shows how low Italexit and Brextremists will go using Italian dead , to get their poisonous Anti EU message across...

When it comes to rebuilding lives the Italians if not poisoned altogether by Italexit's equivalent of Brextremists ..... They will see the truth that after the EU apology for its initial reaction it actually did help and will be there in their support to get Italians lives back to as near normal as possible ....

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More than Italy problem. Macron has just told the block part with the covid 19 trillions or loose the free market. Daily Telegraph.
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More than Italy problem. Macron has just told the block part with the covid 19 trillions or loose the free market. Daily Telegraph.
Enoch, I think its normal for the more hard hit covid 19 Southern European states led by Macron, to put pressure on the more richer Northern European states led by Merkal for more money for their covid hit ailling economies... Merkal having to walk a fine line ... obviously reluctant with her ( their) own electorate in mind (after historically seen to have had to bail out Greece)
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