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Sam Lowe Feb 18
Absolutely fine to disagree with their reasoning, but to claim that the EU hasn’t said right from the beginning that the UK would be asked to accept obligations beyond those asked of Canada in exchange for a similar trade agreement is embarrassing.
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Sam Lowe
And as ever, shouting “it’s not fair!” is not a winning negotiation strategy.
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James York 🥇🥈🥉⚠️ Feb 19
Replying to @SamuelMarcLowe
Sam, what would you do? Accept LPF?
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Sam Lowe Feb 19
Replying to @JamesJWYork
Taking into account position of current government, On non-regression on environment and labour yes, would try and negotiate a compromise on state aid because it looks like EU overreach
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Eduard 🇪🇺🇳🇱🇳🇴 Feb 18
Replying to @SamuelMarcLowe
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FlakMagnet 💙 WEAR A FRICKIN' MASK #3.5% Feb 18
Replying to @SamuelMarcLowe
From a negotiation course I went on: NEVER refer to the other sides offer. Position yours. Only works if you can express what you want, however
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Ray Nixon Feb 18
Replying to @SamuelMarcLowe
Oh yes it is! Sorry Sam, just getting into the pantomime spirit. Am I in the right place?
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Graham - Welsh/English/Brit who ♡ NI/Scot/Europe Feb 18
Replying to @SamuelMarcLowe
agree - but nuking them is probably excessive
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Martin Fitzgerald #FBPE Feb 19
Replying to @SamuelMarcLowe
Our govt is embarrassing.
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🦇 Feb 19
Replying to @SamuelMarcLowe
It is, if the endgame is that one side folds on everything at 11:55 and says "we won".
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