UK has ‘huge misunderstanding’ over post-Brexit customs: Senior MEP – POLITICO

Thursday, February 15 2018

UK has ‘huge misunderstanding’ over post-Brexit customs: Senior MEP – POLITICO

Notify me of new posts by email. Capt Europe
Philip Hammond, a great man who only wants to do the best for his country, he’s a genuine patriot and hero of the European Union Posted on 2/13/18 | 12:59 PM CET bluebell
Is this because the Croats want to have the same opportunity for settled status for their citizens that the other 26 member states would enjoy.
Unlike citizens from the other 26 remaining EU states, Croats do not have an automatic right to live and work in the U.K. because of temporary restrictions imposed after the Central European state joined the EU in 2013. The restrictions, which currently run until June 30, 2018, can be extended by London for another two years. If that happens, as expected, then Croats would not be able to benefit potentially from Prime Minister Theresa May’s offer of “settled status” in the U.K. after Brexit. Posted on 2/13/18 | 1:03 PM CET Capt Europe
Jeez, trolling has reached a sorry state when trolls are accusing trolls of being a 3rd party troll. Posted on 2/13/18 | 1:07 PM CET bony
This MEP displays typical eu mind-set of hiding under a blanket whenever a monster enters the room in hope there not see. The single market is great big German barrier preventing competition which cannot survive in the future. The fact it is being used to bludgeon the Brtts into staying in its jail serves only to compel the British people to not only accept the war room agenda the eu has orchestrated but compel the UK to set itself up as a bastion for those currently entrapped in jail. Posted on 2/13/18 | 1:13 PM CET bony
This MEP displays typical eu mind-set of hiding under a blanket whenever a monster enters the room in hope there not see. The single market is great big German barrier preventing competition which cannot survive in the future. The fact it is being used to bludgeon the Brtts into staying in its jail serves only to compel the British people to not only accept the war room agenda the eu has orchestrated but compel the UK to set itself up as a bastion for those currently entrapped in jail Posted on 2/13/18 | 1:13 PM CET That's right
Very clear and correct. What transpires so far from the UK is ignorance. Maybe that’s going to be their main post-brexit export? Posted on 2/13/18 | 2:14 PM CET Steuersklaverei
‘The problem with the U.K. is that they’re so clear on what they don’t want and then not clear on what they really want’
The UK is very clear on what it wants but the EU does not want to give it. The EU is trying the cognitive dissonance tactics explained by Varoufakis in his ‘Adults in the Room’. Posted on 2/13/18 | 2:14 PM CET bluebell
@That’s right“What transpires so far from the UK is ignorance. Maybe that’s going to be their main post-brexit export?”
Why would the UK try to export into what is patently an overly saturated market already? Posted on 2/13/18 | 2:28 PM CET dc
Danuta Hübner as a former member of totally disgraced totalitarian communist party imposed on Poland by Soviets which involved ki1ling and t0rturing thousands of Polish citizens which opposed that, certainly knows a lot about raising barriers and oppressing citizens. But this time there are no EU tanks that could be sent to London to impose Brussels will by brutal force. Posted on 2/13/18 | 2:33 PM CET sgu66
bluebell
Though of course, those Croats that receive sponsorship through the immigration system are able to achieve settlement in due course, something that may well be the way forward for all EU nationals in the future; no automatic right to enter, but if the job they will be doing is covered through the relevant immigration rule, then they receive the relevant benefit of that route (main difference between a Croat and a non-EEA national is the qualification level for which their role needs to meet). Posted on 2/13/18 | 3:17 PM CET tpk
@Steuersklaverei
“The UK is very clear on what it wants but the EU does not want to give it. The EU is trying the cognitive dissonance tactics explained by Varoufakis in his ‘Adults in the Room’.”
The only people understanding the Brexit position are people in Telegraph forum and some here. EU, USA, Japan, CBI are staring in wonder on UK and wonder if May will decide for a Hammond or Johnson Brexit. Posted on 2/13/18 | 3:56 PM CET tpk
@bluebell Why would the UK try to export into what is patently an overly saturated market already?
LOL, like that one