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Saturday, July 2, 2016

Re: Mind's Eye Re: Brexit

We will see reforms.. that I am sure of..  but Briton will not be allowed to pick and choose.. out us out  no semi our.  The Euro has strengthen ..  talks will not begin at all till the official letter and tgey are not allowed back door talks..
Scotland is starting the official paperwork to stay which means they will have a vote to leave shortly..  they are setting up the law to seperate from England.. have not heard much about N Ireland..

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On Jul 3, 2016 12:38 AM, "Don Johnson" <dajohn@gmail.com> wrote:
It will be very interesting and informative to see if more attention is given to punishment or to reform of the EU. Here are two Op Eds from the WSJ. FYI it's a paid site but you can copy and paste a portion of the article in google search and read the entire article. You get 3 a day. It's a pain but sometimes worth it. I broke down and bought a subscription.



dj


On Saturday, July 2, 2016 at 1:08:25 PM UTC-5, Allan Heretic wrote:
It is interesting what some of the expats had to say  most thought it is benificial. The Euro has increased in value..  They have been told there will be no cherry picking .. Out is out  and there will be no back door deals or deals untill artical 50 is enacted.. They have to september to hand in an official letter..
Head some law experts talking about the artical 50 and they were saying it is very vague and an official letter though prefered was not nessary  just an official recognition of the BR exit..  To my thinking that when their parliment said the vote will stand..  And it was published in ther records and newspapers .  That could easily be taken as official recognition..
I think the EU is being polite..  But out is out..

On Saturday, July 2, 2016, Julian <julia...@gmail.com> wrote:
http://www.spectator.co.uk/2016/07/brexit-reasons-to-be-cheerful/

On Friday, 24 June 2016 11:50:01 UTC+1, Molly wrote:
How about that?

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Re: Mind's Eye Re: Brexit

It will be very interesting and informative to see if more attention is given to punishment or to reform of the EU. Here are two Op Eds from the WSJ. FYI it's a paid site but you can copy and paste a portion of the article in google search and read the entire article. You get 3 a day. It's a pain but sometimes worth it. I broke down and bought a subscription.

http://www.wsj.com/articles/brexit-a-very-british-revolution-1466800383

http://www.wsj.com/articles/brexit-opportunity-for-anglophone-nations-1467404103

dj


On Saturday, July 2, 2016 at 1:08:25 PM UTC-5, Allan Heretic wrote:
It is interesting what some of the expats had to say  most thought it is benificial. The Euro has increased in value..  They have been told there will be no cherry picking .. Out is out  and there will be no back door deals or deals untill artical 50 is enacted.. They have to september to hand in an official letter..
Head some law experts talking about the artical 50 and they were saying it is very vague and an official letter though prefered was not nessary  just an official recognition of the BR exit..  To my thinking that when their parliment said the vote will stand..  And it was published in ther records and newspapers .  That could easily be taken as official recognition..
I think the EU is being polite..  But out is out..

On Saturday, July 2, 2016, Julian <julia...@gmail.com> wrote:
http://www.spectator.co.uk/2016/07/brexit-reasons-to-be-cheerful/

On Friday, 24 June 2016 11:50:01 UTC+1, Molly wrote:
How about that?

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