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24 Mar 2017 15:54:

I'm not sure why you Brexit supporters keep posting on here and knocking the EU. After all you have got what you want. Or are you so full of remorse and need reassurance from others that it's the right thing for Britain? Methinks you are all not as confident this is going to be the success you believed it would be.

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24 Mar 2017 12:31:

None member European nations are queuing up to join the EU. The advantages for these nations far and away out shine any negatives. The perception that Europeans wish to leave is just plain wrong as the Dutch election demonstrated. The Europhile Macron is likely to be the next French president which will again strengthen the union further.

Brexit will put Britain out in the cold but if that's what a majority of the people want bring it on.

I wish you luck. Britain's going to need it.



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24 Mar 2017 10:22:



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24 Mar 2017 10:17:

Why should Germany give Greece any 'haircut' on their debt? Why should the EU allow Britain to leave without settling it's financial obligations? Both questions and expectations are perfectly reasonable. Nothing to do with domination simply normal and sensible business practice.

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24 Mar 2017 08:58:

Since Germany is a major creditor of Greece they have every right to ask it to put their house in order.

Wolfgang Schäuble in effect presented Greece with an ultimatum: either it must enforce unpopular structural reforms or exit the bloc.

“Athens must finally implement the needed reforms,” 

“If Greece wants to stay in the euro, there is no way around it – in fact completely regardless of the debt level.”

Bild am Sonntag. 4 December 2016.

That does not read like Germany is keeping countries in the Euro against their will.

I know how WW1 started but the Kaiser believed Britain was dominating the economy of not just of Europe but the entire world and consequently harming Germany's interests. That was why he was so keen to enter into a conflict. It was a contributing factor.

You support statements on here that are made without any evidence behind them. I will rebut them everytime. It's the sort of nonesense British people read in the tabloid press and the mindset of inaccuracy then become truths..

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