BREXIT – “UK are the weaker negotiation partner” claims Jonathan Portes, professor of economics and public policy at Kings College London.

Jonathan Portes, professor of economics and public policy at Kings College London claims the UK are the weaker negotiation partner in an an interview with CNBC. 

As negotiations heat up once again, claims are made by MSM pundits that the UK is the weaker partner in these negotiations. If the UK was so weak, why are the EU pleading with the UK to accept their demands for a level playing field and fisheries?. If we don’t hold the cards then why the threats of blockades from the EU fisherman?. Why is Macron threatening to sue the UK for compensation over fisheries if we are the weaker partner in these negotiations?.  Bottom line is, we the UK have a very strong hand in these negotiations, it is the EU that are the weakest side in the talks. What’re your thoughts? Leave your comments below. 

4 thoughts on “BREXIT – “UK are the weaker negotiation partner” claims Jonathan Portes, professor of economics and public policy at Kings College London.

  1. I seem to remember George Osbourne with his predictions, have the experts ever agrred with each other, It doesn’t matter suffer now for our countries independance and make our own laws. ?That is priceless

  2. Well how did he arrive at this opinion ?well at the beginning of our knew disscussions , it was claimed by the press that because ALL of the trade deals in the last forty years are arranged by the EU we didnt have enough people with expirience capable of doing this . So it seems the civil service has had little to do for years , well its time they moved over and let people who ara proud of this country to take over and this man is using the statement to have his moment of fame and if he can’t support his country then he shouldn”t be in the job eithier

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4 thoughts on “BREXIT – “UK are the weaker negotiation partner” claims Jonathan Portes, professor of economics and public policy at Kings College London.

  1. I seem to remember George Osbourne with his predictions, have the experts ever agrred with each other, It doesn’t matter suffer now for our countries independance and make our own laws. ?That is priceless

  2. Well how did he arrive at this opinion ?well at the beginning of our knew disscussions , it was claimed by the press that because ALL of the trade deals in the last forty years are arranged by the EU we didnt have enough people with expirience capable of doing this . So it seems the civil service has had little to do for years , well its time they moved over and let people who ara proud of this country to take over and this man is using the statement to have his moment of fame and if he can’t support his country then he shouldn”t be in the job eithier

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