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    So leaders will watch May's struggle to unite her government and sit tight. One senior EU diplomat said British counterparts were in such a weak position that "sometimes I feel sorry them".

    For many in Brussels, that makes a virtual status quo after Brexit the increasingly likely outcome: "In March 2019, Britain will formally leave," said another EU official.

    "The closer we get, the less there is to discuss about a transition and the more it just goes to a standstill transition, with Britain still in everything, but without a vote," one said.

    "Pretty soon," said another, "It will be Norway or nothing."

    In Brexit poker, clock narrows transition options | Article [AMP] | Reuters

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    Quote Originally Posted by AtW View Post
    So leaders will watch May's struggle to unite her government and sit tight. One senior EU diplomat said British counterparts were in such a weak position that "sometimes I feel sorry them".

    For many in Brussels, that makes a virtual status quo after Brexit the increasingly likely outcome: "In March 2019, Britain will formally leave," said another EU official.

    "The closer we get, the less there is to discuss about a transition and the more it just goes to a standstill transition, with Britain still in everything, but without a vote," one said.

    "Pretty soon," said another, "It will be Norway or nothing."

    In Brexit poker, clock narrows transition options | Article [AMP] | Reuters

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    Maybe we can just do our own thing and just ignore the European Parliament like most the other member states do.

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    Quote Originally Posted by original PM View Post
    Maybe we can just do our own thing and just ignore the European Parliament like most the other member states do.
    For some reason the stupid British don't.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SueEllen View Post
    For some reason the stupid British don't.
    same for the Norwegians, they implement and follow all rulings to the letter

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    Quote Originally Posted by milanbenes View Post
    same for the Norwegians, they implement and follow all rulings to the letter
    In other words there is too much Norse blood in our British ruling classes.
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    One senior EU diplomat said British counterparts were in such a weak position that "sometimes I feel sorry them".

    Not as sorry at we do at your appalling attempt at English.
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    Quote Originally Posted by BrilloPad View Post
    One senior EU diplomat said British counterparts were in such a weak position that "sometimes I feel sorry them".

    Not as sorry at we do at your appalling attempt at English.
    The decline in literacy is linked with the Brexit referendum decision, as they are both, in part, effects of a poor educational system.
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