Registered On: December 24, 2013
The deal is fair and reasonable to both sides, but of course now the deal’s been done the remainers — who are supposedly all in favour of the EU — have suddenly become hardened Brexiteers and claim it doesn’t favour the UK enough.
Hardly surprising that the board’s number one intellectual and economics expert, Gurnelista, falls into the (very obvious) trap over fishing rights. It’s clearly gone straight over his head that the UK hardly has any fishing fleets left — because of the EU, ironically — and that the deal enables this industry to build up again over the next few years. At the same time it helps the EU to adapt to new arrangements, all of which is eminently sensible unless, of course, you’re someone just looking to blame the Tories and leave voters for anything and everything.
The deal has made all those who claimed Boris wasn’t interested in getting one look foolish. It has also left the country in a much better position to face the future, with access to diminishing European markets remaining in place while opening opportunities with growing markets for the future.
The UK is now free from any threat of a Federal Europe while still enabling us to maintain a strong and cordial relationship with the EU, which is what the vast majority of Brexiteers wanted all along.
Not that any of this will be recognised by Gurnelista and his mates on here. They’re so used to moaning, groaning and the blame game that it’s ingrained in their nature. Knock anyone and everyone who doesn’t agree with their views and opinions.