Michel Barnier’s Meltdown As EU Falls Into Turmoil

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Michel Barnier’s Meltdown As EU Falls Into Turmoil

Written by Mahyar Tousi

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  1. So Sir Kier Starmer has a "FORENSIC" mind???

    Well if he's the best liebour could find then I'm not in the least bit worried about the next couple of elections.

    Morgan actually deserves credit for going after the liar khan. Would love to see more journalists do this.

  2. No deal, No extension, No migrants, No time for lefty self important toss pots who's job is to play dress up, No retreat, No surrender.
    As Keir Starmer being ruthlessly forensic, he did a great job with Jimmy Savile and the peedo grooming gangs. Got alot to answer for.

  3. Dom fully complied with the "if some pensioners die too bad" policy which has costed 37000 (plus 10000) lives so far. His actions invited stronger pensioners to survive. If some pensioners die too bad..

  4. should put an import tax on each migrant from france , say 50 k each in Euros of coarse, and bill them .then deport them back to where ever they started , with the complementy free game of snakes and ladders , man u top 🙂

  5. Yea, this is obviously aimed at a particular audience, keep believing this nonsense and it will get you nowhere.

    What happened to the German car manufacturing Capitulation to the U.K. demands? LOL

  6. I feel like the EU is falling into the uk's rhythm here in these talks. Most of there other negotiations have not been near this open and it seems to be throwing them for a loop. Also the UK having a strong anti EU leadership is blowing there minds on a continual basis.

  7. Why don’t you do a video of Johnson car crash of a presentation about Cummings. Starmer is in fact rapidly becoming more popular than Johnson. If it keeps going like this your popularity rations will be toast. You are insufferable.

  8. The Lib Dems badly need to rename their party, as they are neither Liberal (they refuse to accept views other than their own) nor Democratic (they refuse to accept the votes of the majority). Might I suggest the Anti Socialist Anti Democracy Party? They could call it the A SAD Party for short.

  9. "encompassing robust commitments to ensure a level playing field." – The EU is asking for the UK to abide with it's own signed declaration with the EU. The political declaration as signed by the UK government including the following subsection.

    "17. Against this backdrop, the Parties agree to develop an ambitious, wide-ranging and balanced

    economic partnership. This partnership will be comprehensive, encompassing a Free Trade

    Agreement, as well as wider sectoral cooperation where it is in the mutual interest of both

    Parties. It will be underpinned by provisions ensuring a level playing field for open and fair

    competition, as set out in Section XIV of this Part. It should facilitate trade and investment

    between the Parties to the extent possible, while respecting the integrity of the Union's

    Single Market and the Customs Union as well as the United Kingdom's internal market, and

    recognising the development of an independent trade policy by the United Kingdom."

    That section refers to the following: "XIV. LEVEL PLAYING FIELD FOR OPEN AND FAIR COMPETITION

    77. Given the Union and the United Kingdom's geographic proximity and economic

    interdependence, the future relationship must ensure open and fair competition,

    encompassing robust commitments to ensure a level playing field. The precise nature of

    commitments should be commensurate with the scope and depth of the future relationship

    and the economic connectedness of the Parties. These commitments should prevent

    distortions of trade and unfair competitive advantages. To that end, the Parties should

    uphold the common high standards applicable in the Union and the United Kingdom at the

    end of the transition period in the areas of state aid, competition, social and employment
    standards, environment, climate change, and relevant tax matters. The Parties should in

    particular maintain a robust and comprehensive framework for competition and state aid

    control that prevents undue distortion of trade and competition; commit to the principles of

    good governance in the area of taxation and to the curbing of harmful tax practices; and

    maintain environmental, social and employment standards at the current high levels

    provided by the existing common standards. In so doing, they should rely on appropriate and

    relevant Union and international standards, and include appropriate mechanisms to ensure

    effective implementation domestically, enforcement and dispute settlement. The future

    relationship should also promote adherence to and effective implementation of relevant

    internationally agreed principles and rules in these domains, including the Paris Agreement"

    There is nothing new in what is happening here. Boris is trying to reverse out of a commitment, and blame the EU when he is doing so.

  10. It's time to unleash the Royal Navy, and this may sound a bit harsh but I think the sooner we start to sink these boats the better, once the message gets back to Calais that we aren't allowing them to land they will stop coming.

  11. Johnson on good form? (LMAO, is your brain enabled?) Starmer definitely didn't go into the Q&A with his head entirely screwed on(i can't personally stand that guy either), but Johnson isn't winning points for anything… the smurky waffly bog brush.

  12. we have left the eu because we don't like how they do things but now we want some of the benefits of the EU that we are going to loose.

    The 27 other states are happy to stay in the eu, and some other countries wish to join.
    So the Eu has rules systems in place that all the other countries work with, That we ourselves formed with our Mep's and other Mep's

    So we have been messing about for three years so are you surprised they are getting fed up with us?

    I also believe it is not correct to ask the eu to change for us, we are not members, we wont pay our membership and we don't have Mep now.

    in all negotiations there are strings, it for us to decide if that is ok or go for hard brexit and damage business and exports.

    The Japanese PM has said on several occasions that no trade deal mean all 100 Japanese companies will leave the uk and Nissan have also recently said the same thing. Some are already moving and 80 companies have moved to Holland and quite a lot of banks have moved to S Ireland.

  13. Just people wanting different things and not getting what they want. Not aggressive at all. Simply a disagreement about priorities and whats most important to each side. Perhaps parties should start at the other end and try to agree the minor stuff first by agreeing what is considered most minor and move up the table. Once things get difficult, settle-up at that juncture. We can simply disagree the rest. Main objective is to find something or nothing we have in common and move on. It's what people do all the time. Just like parliament with two opposing factions not much liking what the other does or says.