Stay In Der Own Leyen

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This morning.

A conciliatory European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen is in London for talks with British Prime Minister Boris Johnson where…

….The Prime Minister is expected to press home his desire to reach a free trade agreement with the EU by the end of December 2020, when the transition period is set to end…..

Brexit latest news: Boris Johnson to meet Ursula von der Leyen for key talks after first PMQs of 2020 (Telegraph)

9 thoughts on “Stay In Der Own Leyen

    1. Spaghetti Hoop

      Thanks for that. Nice and honest about her student days in London – most politicians fear to share because of the ‘moral police’.

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  1. Charger Salmons

    Ursula von der Leyen was a pisspoor German defence minister and managed to wangle her way to the top job in much the same way as other crap national politicians progress up the EU ranks like our own risible Phil Hogan.
    So Boris will have no problem charming the knickers off this particular frau.
    His big general election win has softened the EU’s cough and they’re approaching negotiations in a conciliatory spirit.
    Fortunately that curtain-haired slimeball Verhofstadt has kept his trap shut too since the election.
    Marvellous stuff.

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  2. ReproBertie

    “The truth is our partnership cannot and will not be the same as before and it cannot and will not be as close as before, because with every choice comes a consequence. With every decision comes a trade off. Without the freedom of movement of people you cannot have the free movement of capital and services. Without a level playing field on environment, labour, taxation and state aid, you cannot have the highest quality access to the world’s largest single market.The more divergence there is the more distant the partnership will be. Without an extension of the transition beyond 2020 you cannot expect to agree every single aspect of our new partnership. We will have to prioritise. The EU’s objectives in the negotiations are clear. We will work for solutions that uphold the integrity of the EU, its single market and its customs union. There can be no compromise on this.” said Von der Leyn showing just how much Britain’s Teaboy Taoiseach had charmed her knickers off.

    Conciliatory indeed.

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    1. Charger Salmons

      I’m not sure your predictions on the outcome of negotiations carry much weight these days old sport – not after the fool you made of yourself over the backstop.
      Stick to selling copies of An Phoblacht from your barstool in The Flying Kneecap.

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      1. ReproBertie

        You found a single post where I said Sasamach wouldn’t happen yet Spoofer?

        Maybe keep digging through all those posts where I said the customs border would be in the Irish Sea. You know, the thing that’s happening?

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