19 September 2019
The demands by the French President and Finnish Prime Minister for a formal Brexit plan by the end of the month have been rebuffed by Downing Street saying that the UK will table its proposals when we’re ready to do so!
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The government has rejected the French and Finnish deadline for tabling written Brexit proposals by the end of September, with a government spokesman saying: “We have been having detailed discussions with the commission’s Taskforce 50 in recent weeks. We have now shared in written form a series of confidential technical non-papers which reflect the ideas the UK has been putting forward. We will table formal written solutions when we are ready, not according to an artificial deadline, and when the EU is clear that it will engage constructively on them as a replacement for the backstop.”
So, basically it’s we’ll let you know when we’re ready, not before.
Now, these ‘non-papers’ as they are called, are a method of floating ideas for discussion but without making any commitments.
But the EU now wants a firm, formal, written position that it can presumably leak to the press then watch our own UK Remainers do their best to rubbish it, while stepping in occasionally to add their tuppence worth.
The UK Brexit Secretary Steve Barclay has told business leaders in Madrid that more flexibility was needed by the EU to strike a deal and that some risks needed to be taken by them.
“A rigid approach now at this point is no way to progress a deal,” he said. “and the responsibility sits with both sides to find a solution. “We are committed to carving out a landing zone and we stand ready to share relevant texts. But it must be in the spirit of negotiation with flexibility and with a negotiating partner that itself is willing to compromise.”
And he went on to remind them that the French soldier and former president of France, General Charles De Gaulle had said that “…a true statesman is one who is willing to take risks…” so a refusal by the EU Commission to take a risk would be ‘a failure of statecraft’ said Barclay.
Not sure the Eurocrats see it quite that way though?
And I’m not sure Brexiteers want the EU to take the sort of risk that might saddle us with a version of Theresa May’s Surrender Treaty.
But while the government sets about negotiations with the EU, the whole Remainer push is back home in the Supreme Court trying to get the prorogation of parliament ruled unlawful so they can then attempt to get it recalled to complete its anti-Brexit work.
But although the court case itself ends today the reports coming out are that a judgment will not be forthcoming until next week. And even if the advice, which I’m not sure anyone has actually seen, that Boris gave to the Queen is deemed unlawful, there is still no guarantee that the prorogation itself can be overturned or terminated.
According to reports, it looks like the Supreme court decision might come out as an overall view of the court to take account of any splits in opinion, with different sections being written by different judges.
I will say though that the Remainer press is reporting that most pundits are calling it against the government, especially as there seems to be very detailed discussions on possible legal remedies to the situation, but they would say that, wouldn’t they? We’ll just have to wait and see.
But the judges are going to displease a good proportion of the population, whichever way they go with this.
Now, I recently reported that the European Central Bank (ECB) had lowered its deposit rate further into negative territory in the face of growing economic problems in the eurozone and that it had restarted its quantitative easing programme at 20 billion euros a month to stimulate growth.
Today it was the turn of the Bank of England to get its Monetary Policy Committee (MPC) together to decide on what the UK would be doing. Well, the MPC voted unanimously to maintain the bank rate at 0.75%. It also voted unanimously to maintain its current stocks of £10 billion of corporate bonds and £435 billion of government bonds.
So we seem to be weathering the global economic storm a bit better than the eurozone as a whole at the moment, don’t we?
#Brexit #SupremeCourt #InterestRates
It shameful that we have a UK Parliament that works in collusion with the EU to undermine the UK interests.
It has a name Jordi….Treason…🤨
Shameful, that’s putting it mildly mate.
@Ralph Curtis Absolutely … IT IS TREASON!!!
Treachery………….’TO THE TOWER’!!!…………
@Ericka Norris oil the guillotine.
Treason is the most serious offence in the country and was punishable by hanging, drawing and quartering until the 19th century. Today many countries’ laws forbid acts that are called treason, including insurrection and attempted coups (internal treason) and cooperating with foreign powers and enemies abroad. Why then is this being ignored?
@Ralph Curtis Is lying to the Queen treason ?
They don’t care about people. Only themselves. But I don’t think they have another choice, otherwise their heads will roll. Blackmail + Brainwash + Corruption
@jim bob Go find out. And while you’re at it, find out if treason’s been committed by our home grown Quislings who have signed away our Sovereignty to a Foreign Power via the EU Treaties. By the way….one of the persons concerned signed all 6 of ’em.
@Mark Hogan Because you don’t control the police, the judge, the lawyers, the medias, the gouvernement etc etc… Before being able to applicate this, you have to create a secret organisation, and infiltrate all power position, then you can punish them. But since, they are the one who control those position, they make the rules.
@Jek Kil Every usurper had those thoughts until the will of the people surged over them as the tsunami of truth swept them away. The truth is coming for Britain.
Spot on Jeff don’t trust the e.u or any remainers…ever.
But you trust Boris ???
Including most likely, Boris himself…
@Wichnam Blair Mandelssohn Campbell Branson Soros all feature in Jeffrey Epstein’s phone list. Remoaners need the protection of the EU courts that’s why they’re screaming for a deal.
I guarantee that any ‘deal’ which is acceptable to the EU will not be acceptable to Brexiteers. There is only one ‘deal’ and that is no deal.
@Andrew Sarchus absolutely correct. No deal is the only way. Nous avons. Sir gehen
@mclanaford “…We’re off!” -Scotland
@Andrew Sarchus … Appeaser May was a walkover for them … Boris is showing true British spirit, but time will tell, if he reheats May’s deal this will go on and on. (edited)
Tony IN SOUTHWARK
NO ‘deal’ proposed by Johnson is acceptable to the Commons.
@Farhaan :T Please, feel free to go off with the EU, and when the world recession hits in the next six months and Germany, France and Italy all want bailing out because they all totally rely on manufacturing for their GDP, there will be nobody to buy their products, they will be hit harder than most, dig deep because it’s coming!!!!
That much was clear since May defined her red lines.
Out now No more negotiations Dish out the cake
Boris gets us out of the EU – he will be our next Churchill
Please do not EVER make such an insulting comparison towards Churchill…
What about the millions churchill let starve to death in africa? I would rather not have anyone compared to churchill.
@Andrew Reynolds Churchill was 3mason….never do anything good as far as I can see.
Bojo the Clown voted for Theresa May’s deal, but you think he’ll get us out of the EU? 😳 Any chance I could have some of what you’re smoking? It must be fab.
@FIDIRONU, you must be the one smoking as what you are doing is just blowing smoke up my arse you divot, Please read what is written and engage your brain before commenting I wrote a warning, i did not express an opinion of what i thought of boris johnstone other than what he would be perceived as, he is the pm now not treasonus may, if he tries to fenagle her old surrender treaty into any deal, his balls will end up in a sling and the tories will be finished.
What utter cack Andrew. You are far too emotional, you sound like you just came off a playing field. Why do you have so much confidence in Boris? Have you not been listening, in almost every speech he has made since he took office has has papped on about a deal. Which is of course May’s turd of a deal rolled in glitter. That is why he has been pissing round going to Europe. Boris will ONLY get us out under a no deal WTO rules Brexit if things go tits up and there is no choice or alternative and his hands are basically tied. It will not be through actual intent. I very much doubt this will be allowed to happen.
And if he doesn’t.. He’ll be our next guy fawkes. About the right time as well. 👍 Better do your best Bojo cause I’m doubting at the moment.
@Andrew Reynolds 👍 there’s a chance of that.
@unplugged And what’s wrong with freemasonry? May I ask
Churchill the dog?
Templar Royston Of Vasey
Andrew….I think you mean Bengal famine in India. Anyway, I think this link below, thoroughly debunks this leftist BS, Winston Churchill was a white supremest and all white people should hate themselves… https://www.quora.com/Was-Churchill-largely-responsible-for-the-Bengal-famine-of-1943
Boris is already like Churchill. Both bumbling puppets with big mouths.
Templar Royston Of Vasey
@ALA…How so, please tell me you have more than just some leftarded white hating news article?
I’m not too sure because he’s part of the reason the uk is in this this mess
@Templar Royston Of Vasey Learn to spell dear.
Templar Royston Of Vasey
Stephen…And what spelling is so bad, that it warrants a pinprick like you, to make vague comments, instead of adding anything of value?
4 hours ago1
@Templar Royston Of Vasey Supremacist. Why don’t you take your Pink Pussy hat Feminist Bullshit and shove it where the Sun doesn’t shine.
4 hours ago
Templar Royston Of Vasey
Steve…Well fork you much you dopey dipschmidt.
Boris is a bumbling chancer who seizes every opportunity to further his political career – the only reason he chose the Leave campaign was so he could lead that side of the argument. He will fail to take us out of Europe on the 31st and he will be exposed for the lying, self serving, bumbling cock womble he really is
I’m worried about Boris, he’s deal might slightly be better than jelly leg’s deal, he might be blackmailing the remainers by saying take my deal or we leave with a no deal, if he’s being slippery he won’t last long.
fat bumbling boy buggering drunk that sends millions to die for fun?
Thank you Jeff Pleased to hear Boris isn’t going to be Bullied by the EU. 💪🏼🦁💂🏽🇬🇧🇬🇧👸🏼🍀
good, still wary of brino from bojo though
Me too Conrad!
Same here -Boris will not deliver a clean break Brexit.
Same here. I was hoping he was only making noises about May 2.0 but it’s beginning to look that way.
The Tories will Pay the price if they do.
The Jim Reaper™
@So Angry Boris knows he can’t just run through a Maybot 2.0 deal… He has stated many times that its a bad deal that has failed 3 times so far, and that he wouldn’t try to put it through the house minus just the backstop
@The Jim Reaper™ – I hope you’re right !
@jimmy s They won’t! We will!
@Gary Dansie They will come the GE.
@jimmy s Brexit party is the only way!
@Gary Dansie Absolutely without doubt.
@The Jim Reaper™ I’ve seen no such comment. He wrote to Barnier explicitly stating that it was the backstop that was the problem and that if that was bounced he’d get the rump of it through Parliament. There isn’t actually time to do anything else.
@Gary Dansie You need an election for that.
Believe it Mr swadling, sadly for us leavers banjo playing Bo Jo is in the EU’s back pocket.
The Jim Reaper™
@So Angry lol no he didn’t Also there are video clips of him saying all i’ve said, even the BBC posted up about it… Come on man stop chatting crap, the backstop isn’t the only issue, Boris has said this many times, also you really think the worst deal in British Parliamentary history, that has failed 3 times and by the largest margin in the house ever no less, will suddenly be accepted because the backstop is removed??? The whole point of getting the EU to budge on the backstop is to then get them to budge on other things too, its negotiating 101 buddy, get them to move something they said they will never, and once they have done that, whats to stop them budging all together??? Have you never haggled buddy
BRINO from Boris yes let’s hope so
Too much talk of a ‘Deal’ for my liking and certainly won’t accept anything to do with treason may’s God awful surrender treaty. WTO only acceptable now.
@Mike Biggs Yea but you don’t get to choose
@Conrad Swadling Aye, we shall see if and when it happens.
does bojo play the banjo?
@The Jim Reaper™ If one applies a little logic it’s pretty obvious that cannot be right, though I’d love to have your faith in Boris. How on earth is a whole treaty going to be renegotiated in a few weeks? It simply cannot happen. Removing the backstop? Easy. Completely revamping the terms in a 500+ page document? Impossible. Boris told Barnier in his July letter that the only way a deal was possible was by the EU removing the backstop. This is well documented. Boris has also repeatedly emphasised the backstop and little else. My faint hope is still that Boris is (as Barnier states) ‘pretending’ to negotiate knowing full well that no deal will be struck. This will almost certainly lead to an election I think. Hope I’m right because the EU are unlikely to budge on a single element of the deal and it’s a real pig, even without the backstop.
Boris ..please DON’T bring back Theresa May surrender treaty….it’s not brexit.