EU ON THE ROPES – Conservative MP Sir John Redwood says “the EU are finding it difficult to adjust to the idea that they can’t boss us around anymore”.

Since Sunday, when the Prime Minister decided to protect Britain by changing the small print in certain areas of the withdrawal agreement, the EU has come out on the defensive, in the attempt to intimidate Britain away from changing the grey areas in which the EU agreed to do jointly.
 
It seems the EU thought they could eventually use the grey areas in the withdrawal agreement to keep the United Kingdom in its grasps if a deal couldn’t be found. Due to the EU being reluctant to move from discussions on fisheries and state aid rules, it seems Boris knew that the EU was playing for time and decided to take decisive action to rectify these areas alone creating a safety net as a plan-B for Britain.



Conservative MP John Redwood is right when he says: “the EU are finding it difficult to adjust to the idea that they can’t boss us around anymore”. The only reason we know this to be true is that the baseless threats coming from the EU are empty rhetoric, threatening to walk whilst refusing to walk away from the table because they need a deal.

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2 thoughts on “EU ON THE ROPES – Conservative MP Sir John Redwood says “the EU are finding it difficult to adjust to the idea that they can’t boss us around anymore”.

  1. Enough is enough. The EU should not have been so dismissive of David Cameron request for a few changes. Their arrogance has brought them to this point.

  2. The EU know that the UK has every chance of becoming a very serious competitor to them as an inddpendent trading nation. They dont like it and are looking for every way they can to avoid that situation.

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2 thoughts on “EU ON THE ROPES – Conservative MP Sir John Redwood says “the EU are finding it difficult to adjust to the idea that they can’t boss us around anymore”.

  1. Enough is enough. The EU should not have been so dismissive of David Cameron request for a few changes. Their arrogance has brought them to this point.

  2. The EU know that the UK has every chance of becoming a very serious competitor to them as an inddpendent trading nation. They dont like it and are looking for every way they can to avoid that situation.

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