六十五期新版跑狗

时间: 2019-11-17 06:15:46 六十五期新版跑狗 热te46t34fawtwe:99℃

She’s at it again. The Prime Minister has been dissimulating about transition. Speaking in Brussels, Mrs May referred to discussions about an option to extend the ‘implementation period by a matter of months’. This is where we are now. Brexit meets Alice in Wonderland in a triumph of doublespeak. So, let’s clear a few things up.

First, we’re not going to be implementing anything any time soon. We haven’t really started negotiating trade with the European Union. Indeed, the Government doesn’t yet know what it wants from a trade deal with the European Union. So the notion that the period from April next year until December 2020 will be about implementation is just plain wrong. Neither, for that...

She’s at it again. The Prime Minister has been dissimulating about transition. Speaking in Brussels, Mrs May referred to discussions about an option to extend the ‘implementation period by a matter of months’. This is where we are now. Brexit meets Alice in Wonderland in a triumph of doublespeak. So, let’s clear a few things up.

First, we’re not going to be implementing anything any time soon. We haven’t really started negotiating trade with the European Union. Indeed, the Government doesn’t yet know what it wants from a trade deal with the European Union. So the notion that the period from April next year until December 2020 will be about implementation is just plain wrong. Neither, for that...

She’s at it again. The Prime Minister has been dissimulating about transition. Speaking in Brussels, Mrs May referred to discussions about an option to extend the ‘implementation period by a matter of months’. This is where we are now. Brexit meets Alice in Wonderland in a triumph of doublespeak. So, let’s clear a few things up.

First, we’re not going to be implementing anything any time soon. We haven’t really started negotiating trade with the European Union. Indeed, the Government doesn’t yet know what it wants from a trade deal with the European Union. So the notion that the period from April next year until December 2020 will be about implementation is just plain wrong. Neither, for that...

She’s at it again. The Prime Minister has been dissimulating about transition. Speaking in Brussels, Mrs May referred to discussions about an option to extend the ‘implementation period by a matter of months’. This is where we are now. Brexit meets Alice in Wonderland in a triumph of doublespeak. So, let’s clear a few things up.

First, we’re not going to be implementing anything any time soon. We haven’t really started negotiating trade with the European Union. Indeed, the Government doesn’t yet know what it wants from a trade deal with the European Union. So the notion that the period from April next year until December 2020 will be about implementation is just plain wrong. Neither, for that...