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David Frost
As we prepare for the next Rounds of negotiations, I want to reiterate the Government's position on the transition period created following our withdrawal from the EU. Transition ends on 31 December this year. We will not ask to extend it. If the EU asks we will say no. 1/2
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David Frost Apr 16
Replying to @DavidGHFrost
Extending would simply prolong negotiations, create even more uncertainty, leave us liable to pay more to the EU in future, and keep us bound by evolving EU laws at a time when we need to control our own affairs. In short, it is not in the UK's interest to extend. 2/2
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Iain Lees Apr 16
Replying to @DavidGHFrost
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Gillian Jun 11
Replying to @eliesian @DavidGHFrost
Love this..
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MrHumphreysUK Apr 16
Not mine thanks.
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Diane "DefundtheBBC" Apr 16
Thank you. Those damned remainers are still hopeful of overturning our greatest democratic vote.
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Gilderoy Lockhart Apr 18
Well said! All those Remoaners who are crawling out of the woodwork and mouthing all their tired old nonsense are trying to forget that the people actually gave Boris a huge majority to “get Brexit done”! So, let’s get on and do it!
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ARi Apr 16
Replying to @DavidGHFrost
The EU has proved during this pandemic that it is not fit for purpose. Each nation state, had to fend for themselves.
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Isaac Mottistone Apr 17
Replying to @ARiamm0 @DavidGHFrost
Whereas the UK was at the front of the queue with offers of help to Italy and Spain. Oh.....
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Deckard Apr 17
Great opportunity to create 50,000 jobs.
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