UK to drop US goods tariffs in bid for trade deal
09/12/2020 | news | business | 554
The move breaks ranks with the EU in a dispute with the US over subsidies for Boeing and Airbus.
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09/12/2020 11:06:30 36 7
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Unless its reciprocal why do it? and why announce this now before January?
Do the Tories actually know how to negotiate.
Their negotiating strategy is to drop their pants, see if they like it and then say; if you want more, you're going to have to pay for it... a bit like British women, if you know what I mean... Removed
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09/12/2020 10:40:45 4 4
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One of the few benefits of Brexit. The ability to negotiate on our own behalf.

Let's hope that the EU, who'll remain our biggest market, deal or no deal, don't take a dim view of us cosying up to a country they're currently in dispute with.
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09/12/2020 11:12:22 7 4
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We will have to 'bend over backwards' before that happens!
I will not , but Boris can, Poker up the Jacksy comes in to mind. Removed
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09/12/2020 14:45:26 1 1
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A clever approach by the UK, butter up the US and laugh at the EU, all at the stroke of a pen.
LOL ROFL LOL

Typical Tory Trumpist BrexiteER believing their own PROPAGANDA

LOL ROFL LOL

USA like EU are really as unprofessional negotiators as Brexit-UK
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