LIVE POLL – How would you like to see Britain exit UK – EU trade talks? – Have your say.

With both the EU and UK trade negotiators saying as it stands a deal between the two sides is “unlikely”, we ask this question. How would you like to see Britain exit these trade talks? Below is a poll where you can have your say. Also do you have an opinion? Then don’t forget to leave a comment and join in the conversation. 

How would you like to see Britain exit UK - EU trade talks?

  • On WTO (World Trade Organisation) rules? (96%, 1,687 Votes)
  • On Level Playing field terms? (4%, 65 Votes)
  • Unsure? (0%, 6 Votes)

Total Voters: 1,758

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43 thoughts on “LIVE POLL – How would you like to see Britain exit UK – EU trade talks? – Have your say.

  1. EU and british mps advocates have forced diversity multiculturalism into the uk. In fact the homosexual Ted Heath PM 1970 (wanted into the EU at any cost) vilified young white heterosexual males for protecting their females from muslim predators. I myself was 15 in 1968 and i was sexually assaulted by 2 Pakistani muslims in broad daylight. This sexual assault and thousands like mine was ignored by politicians police and the vile disgusting media. For entry into the EU. 2019 lord Pearson stood up in the House of Lords and stated muslim had committed at least 2 million rapes. THIS IS WHY I HATE THE EU THE BBC EVERY POLITICIAN THE POLICE AND ISLAM. I WILL NEVER EVER VOTE FOR A TORY A LABOUR A LIBDEM. THEYRE ALL PAEDOPHILIC CRIMINALS. BNP FOR ME PUT THAT IN YOUR PIPE AND SMOKE IT

  2. We do not need the E U, we never have and we do not need to be in partnership with them, they have sucked our country dry of industries, our fisheries have been scrapped so the can gorge our fishing grounds, it plain and clear to see now that we have left that they only want our money, and want to rule our country, turning our country into a vassal state.its disgusting to see how our farmers are paid a pittance of money by the E U not to farm as they once did.are farmer are quiet capable of turning a good profit by selling there goods locally.

  3. The “level playing field” is the EU’s interpretation of a deal that suits their needs, by deception. Since 2016 it has become more apparent that if negotiations are drawn our long enough the UK is expected to capitulate more to EU demands, whilst in the meantime, UK contributions are continuing, with past suggestions of yet more transitional extensions being applied!
    The Arrogant and bitter EU response to the UK exit demand is obvious and we should therefore expect little “levelness” in return.
    The fear of other union nations contemplating the same path is also a reason for their petulant and disruptive display.
    We should therefore leave on OUR terms, which in my opinion, the best being, WTO.

  4. July was the cut off date 🤬 so time to leave WTO, a deal would maybe have been preferred but the eu has no intrest at all in delivering one, so let’s say thank you we are gone

  5. No deal, just walk away, but if we do, please, Government, look after the interests of the British people and this country. Money isn’t the only thing of value to people. Sometimes less is more.

  6. Should have walked away the day after the referendum, but we never had a Prime minister, he did a runner and was replaced by a traitor!
    At last we have a man that is following the British people and willing to make our country self respecting once again. Thank you Boris Johnson! You are an absolute hero.

  7. There has been enough talking and too much demanding by a bullying EU. It is long overdue that we should walk away with no deal. The EU have done too much damage to our country and it MUST stop NOW.

  8. Let’s face it, the EU have been placing hurdles and ditches in front of us since the 2016 vote. And from the beginning of trade talks they’ve insisted on ‘red line’ rules before negotiations even began. Level playing field my posteria! Trying to tell us how it’s going to be throughout. So far as Macron is concerned, he can take a running jump. How dare he demand anything, the funny little pip squeak.
    Leave with no deal. Simples. 👍

  9. A deal would have been preferred but we do not respond well to attempted extortion. WTO is the way forward although it will no doubtedly messy because we are nowhere near prepared.

  10. Call off trade talks and move directly onto hostile trade wars. Bring us to working with our true allies as their is not one country the EU hasn’t tried to manipulate. Britain prides itself on its gains but also on its allies who have shared in building up economy’s. Not through corruption of crooked bankers

  11. Leave with no deal , let’s get away from the EU gravy train as we have paid enough . Let’s trade with the world as we are more than capable of doing and secure our future 🇬🇧🇬🇧🇬🇧🇬🇧🇬🇧

  12. Leave now, NO DEAL..we do not need the corrupt EU, never have..hit them where it hurts them the most, on their ‘gravy train’…no more money from us..enough is enough..

  13. We have a trade surplus with the Rest of the World and a huge deficit with the EU. The Single Market does not work in our favour. With industrial tariffs less than 3% average we are best dealing on WTO terms. We do not need the EU. On fisheries we should be demanding reparations for the damage done to our fishing industry.

  14. Leave now with no deal I think it’s vital that despite the disruption the EU needs to learn from a period of tariffs that they will be the main losers our main priorities now should be trade deals around the world! Any future deals with the EU should be a reflection of these and also balanced! Other than that enforcement of immigration policy must be paramount and immediate with rejection of all illegal migrants!

  15. Leave completely, no deals at all with the eu,,cancel all those that treasonous May signed,,do away with mays withdrawal bill as it’s a treaty,,,and Boris knows this,,it will take us straight back into the eu

  16. if a deal means any compromise on our red lines, then no deal it is. We onlt get one chance to cut the strings and we must do it right.

  17. WTO we’ve got to get trading as soon as we’re finally out positively, I think I’ve seen somewhere that Japan are eager to make a deal, bigger than the one they have with the EU. Australia, Canada are ready to make a deal, don’t know about America yet because if TRUMP has a wobble he might build a FENCE across the Atlantic but I would think New Zealand would sign up. The world is our Oyster it means a lot of work but this Great country of ours has done it before and can do it again.🇬🇧🏴󠁧󠁢󠁥󠁮󠁧󠁿🇬🇧🏴󠁧󠁢󠁥󠁮󠁧󠁿🇬🇧🏴󠁧󠁢󠁥󠁮󠁧󠁿🇬🇧🏴󠁧󠁢󠁥󠁮󠁧󠁿🇬🇧

  18. We have been run by the European union for far too long it’s time to leave deal or no deal these talks are designed to water down our wish to leave the EU

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43 thoughts on “LIVE POLL – How would you like to see Britain exit UK – EU trade talks? – Have your say.

  1. EU and british mps advocates have forced diversity multiculturalism into the uk. In fact the homosexual Ted Heath PM 1970 (wanted into the EU at any cost) vilified young white heterosexual males for protecting their females from muslim predators. I myself was 15 in 1968 and i was sexually assaulted by 2 Pakistani muslims in broad daylight. This sexual assault and thousands like mine was ignored by politicians police and the vile disgusting media. For entry into the EU. 2019 lord Pearson stood up in the House of Lords and stated muslim had committed at least 2 million rapes. THIS IS WHY I HATE THE EU THE BBC EVERY POLITICIAN THE POLICE AND ISLAM. I WILL NEVER EVER VOTE FOR A TORY A LABOUR A LIBDEM. THEYRE ALL PAEDOPHILIC CRIMINALS. BNP FOR ME PUT THAT IN YOUR PIPE AND SMOKE IT

  2. We do not need the E U, we never have and we do not need to be in partnership with them, they have sucked our country dry of industries, our fisheries have been scrapped so the can gorge our fishing grounds, it plain and clear to see now that we have left that they only want our money, and want to rule our country, turning our country into a vassal state.its disgusting to see how our farmers are paid a pittance of money by the E U not to farm as they once did.are farmer are quiet capable of turning a good profit by selling there goods locally.

  3. The “level playing field” is the EU’s interpretation of a deal that suits their needs, by deception. Since 2016 it has become more apparent that if negotiations are drawn our long enough the UK is expected to capitulate more to EU demands, whilst in the meantime, UK contributions are continuing, with past suggestions of yet more transitional extensions being applied!
    The Arrogant and bitter EU response to the UK exit demand is obvious and we should therefore expect little “levelness” in return.
    The fear of other union nations contemplating the same path is also a reason for their petulant and disruptive display.
    We should therefore leave on OUR terms, which in my opinion, the best being, WTO.

  4. July was the cut off date 🤬 so time to leave WTO, a deal would maybe have been preferred but the eu has no intrest at all in delivering one, so let’s say thank you we are gone

  5. No deal, just walk away, but if we do, please, Government, look after the interests of the British people and this country. Money isn’t the only thing of value to people. Sometimes less is more.

  6. Should have walked away the day after the referendum, but we never had a Prime minister, he did a runner and was replaced by a traitor!
    At last we have a man that is following the British people and willing to make our country self respecting once again. Thank you Boris Johnson! You are an absolute hero.

  7. There has been enough talking and too much demanding by a bullying EU. It is long overdue that we should walk away with no deal. The EU have done too much damage to our country and it MUST stop NOW.

  8. Let’s face it, the EU have been placing hurdles and ditches in front of us since the 2016 vote. And from the beginning of trade talks they’ve insisted on ‘red line’ rules before negotiations even began. Level playing field my posteria! Trying to tell us how it’s going to be throughout. So far as Macron is concerned, he can take a running jump. How dare he demand anything, the funny little pip squeak.
    Leave with no deal. Simples. 👍

  9. A deal would have been preferred but we do not respond well to attempted extortion. WTO is the way forward although it will no doubtedly messy because we are nowhere near prepared.

  10. Call off trade talks and move directly onto hostile trade wars. Bring us to working with our true allies as their is not one country the EU hasn’t tried to manipulate. Britain prides itself on its gains but also on its allies who have shared in building up economy’s. Not through corruption of crooked bankers

  11. Leave with no deal , let’s get away from the EU gravy train as we have paid enough . Let’s trade with the world as we are more than capable of doing and secure our future 🇬🇧🇬🇧🇬🇧🇬🇧🇬🇧

  12. Leave now, NO DEAL..we do not need the corrupt EU, never have..hit them where it hurts them the most, on their ‘gravy train’…no more money from us..enough is enough..

  13. We have a trade surplus with the Rest of the World and a huge deficit with the EU. The Single Market does not work in our favour. With industrial tariffs less than 3% average we are best dealing on WTO terms. We do not need the EU. On fisheries we should be demanding reparations for the damage done to our fishing industry.

  14. Leave now with no deal I think it’s vital that despite the disruption the EU needs to learn from a period of tariffs that they will be the main losers our main priorities now should be trade deals around the world! Any future deals with the EU should be a reflection of these and also balanced! Other than that enforcement of immigration policy must be paramount and immediate with rejection of all illegal migrants!

  15. Leave completely, no deals at all with the eu,,cancel all those that treasonous May signed,,do away with mays withdrawal bill as it’s a treaty,,,and Boris knows this,,it will take us straight back into the eu

  16. if a deal means any compromise on our red lines, then no deal it is. We onlt get one chance to cut the strings and we must do it right.

  17. WTO we’ve got to get trading as soon as we’re finally out positively, I think I’ve seen somewhere that Japan are eager to make a deal, bigger than the one they have with the EU. Australia, Canada are ready to make a deal, don’t know about America yet because if TRUMP has a wobble he might build a FENCE across the Atlantic but I would think New Zealand would sign up. The world is our Oyster it means a lot of work but this Great country of ours has done it before and can do it again.🇬🇧🏴󠁧󠁢󠁥󠁮󠁧󠁿🇬🇧🏴󠁧󠁢󠁥󠁮󠁧󠁿🇬🇧🏴󠁧󠁢󠁥󠁮󠁧󠁿🇬🇧🏴󠁧󠁢󠁥󠁮󠁧󠁿🇬🇧

  18. We have been run by the European union for far too long it’s time to leave deal or no deal these talks are designed to water down our wish to leave the EU

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