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    Re: Brexit Uncertainity

    So effectively they have give Veto powers to all EC countries as the have to agree Unanimously for extension of any period, what if one of them say NO !! unlikely as they will all fall in line with Germany and France decision but it one of the probable scenario.

    It is indeed big bro.

    I think the Conservatives have screwed up the union and its economic interests as well in a colossal manner.

    Just imagine the prospects of a No-Deal Brexit;

    Hard border constraints on Northern Ireland territory.

    In case of no border scenario the complexities of a Backstop Arrangement on many scales.

    Impact on the overall economies of the Union. Including the cost of doing business in UK.

    The impact on immigration and standardization of goods and services.

    You nailed it rightly bro when you said this is a big heap of BS which the advocates of Brexit have propagated since 2016.

    The sort of BS we are experiencing with the state of economy of Pakistan post 2018 General Selections.   😐



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    It is indeed big bro. I think the Conservatives have screwed up the union and its economic interests as well in a colossal manner. Just imagine the prospects of a No-Deal Brexit; Hard border constraints on Northern Ireland territory. In case of no border scenario the complexities of a Backstop Arrangement on many scales. Impact on the overall economies of the Union. Including the cost of doing business in UK. The impact on immigration and standardization of goods and services. You nailed it rightly bro when you said this is a big heap of BS which the advocates of Brexit have propagated since 2016. The sort of BS we are experiencing with the state of economy of Pakistan we are witnessing post 2018 General Selections. 😐



    Hawk Bro, there is another significant development playing in background, anti Semitic smear campaign against Jeremy Corbyn at this critical time in British history so he will not get powerful enough so he is operating in kind of twilight zone, neither here nor there, his claim to leadership is due to follies of Teressa rather than any of his own initiative.

    For the moment, Parliament has rejected vote on calling second referendum but I suppose things will move in that direction as Europe is unlikely to give them Norway plus status as UK economy is huge and why would Europe give UK an unfair advantage that they can same privileges as being full member state and on top can have independent trade agreements with rest of world.

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    Re: Brexit Uncertainity

    جب سے اسحاق ڈار اور شریفوں نے لندن میں ڈیرے ڈالے ہیں  ان کی نحوست سے برطانیہ کا بھی وہی حال ہوتا جا رہا ہے جو انہوں نے پاکستان کا کیا

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    جب سے اسحاق ڈار اور شریفوں نے لندن میں ڈیرے ڈالے ہیں ان کی نحوست سے برطانیہ کا بھی وہی حال ہوتا جا رہا ہے جو انہوں نے پاکستان کا کیا

    پاکستان نے تو پچھلے چھ ماہ میں امریکا کو پیچھے چھوڑ دیا ہے

    :lol: :lol:   :lol:

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