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What colour is your Israeli passport?
Australian passports are blue too.
Why have we not been informed of this?
Why bother comparing us with Croatia when Aussieland beckons?
We're still a part of the great British Empire.
- Barnier, 69, tweeted Thursday that he's "doing well and in good spirits." - "I am following all the necessary instructions, as is my team. For all those affected already, and for all those currently in isolation, we will get through this together," he added. The EU's chief Brexit negotiator, Michel Barnier, announced Thursday he has tested positive for the new coronavirus. The 69-year-old...Read more from Google News
With talks deadlocked, British Prime Minister Boris Johnson says an agreement is only possible if EU negotiators prepare to "rethink their current positions".Read more from www.abc.net.au
All part of the negotiations. The EU is playing hardball so the UK is doing the same. I expect a deal but the Gov is preparing for No-Deal, just in case. Quite right too.
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson lashed out at the European Union on Monday as he won initial approval for a plan to breach the Brexit treaty, saying the move was needed because the bloc had refused to take a "revolver off the table" in trade talks.Read more from U.S.
Jenifer (Zarknorph) said:
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson lashed out at the European Union on Monday as he won initial approval for a plan to breach the Brexit treaty, saying the move was needed because the bloc had refused to take a "revolver off the table" in trade talks.
I was surprised the bill passed so easily. The next stage is to discuss amendments to the bill and vote on them. The bill has passed its first hurdle but the House of Lords will vote it down when it gets to them. The step after that is for the House of Commons to vote again and if they do, the Lords can't veto it.