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In other words, the EU side has been doing a negotiation process, while the UK has not. As far as I can tell, the UK hasn't worked out positions (not to be confused with red lines), so there has hardly been any situations where the UK could have tested the EU countries' resolve by offering compromises where on question A they offer to meet halfway if they get this and that on B and C. And then different countries and political groups might value A, B and C differently.

You know, actual negotiations, instead of demanding unicorns and that the EU breeds them.

by fjallstrom on Sun Mar 17th, 2019 at 11:59:11 PM EST
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