no chance of a us-uk trade deal after a no deal brexit
The Oracle of Delphi 14 Aug 19 15:19
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not really news as we already knew this given the irish contingent in congress, but pelosi has just made it nice and clear

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*awaits brexters mistakenly thinking they’ve cleverly identified a contradiction between this and opposing the sort of us trade deal we’re likely to get anyway*

So there will be NO chance of a uk us trade deal.... 

no chance of a us-uk trade deal after a no deal brexit

Are you sure you mean this? 

 

 

Always worth taking into account Donalds relationship with the truth.

I've never tried skinning a cat.  Apparently there is more than one way.

Informal agreements are the most common form of international cooperation and the least studied. Ranging from simple oral deals to detailed executive agreements, they permit states to conclude profitable bargains without the formality of treaties. They differ from treaties in more than just a procedural sense. Treaties are designed, by long-standing convention, to raise the credibility of promises by staking national reputation on their adherence.

Informal agreements have a more ambiguous status and are useful for precisely that reason. They are chosen to avoid formal and visible national pledges, to avoid the political obstacles of ratification, to reach agreements quickly and quietly, and to provide flexibility for subsequent modification or even renunciation. They differ from formal agreements not because their substance is less important (the Cuban missile crisis was solved by informal agreement) but because the underlying promises are less visible and more equivocal.

The prevalence of such informal devices thus reveals not only the possibilities of international cooperation but also the practical obstacles and the institutional limits to endogenous enforcement.

i‚Äôll ignore the usual drivel from elfffi ‚Äúinternational trade agreements only relate to tariffs and should be one page‚ÄĚ

wibble14 Aug 19 15:33

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So there will be NO chance of a uk us trade deal.... 

no chance of a us-uk trade deal after a no deal brexit

Are you sure you mean this? 

i am sure ur second para is exactly what i mean, which, to be totally honest and transparent, is why i wrote it

Holi shit elffi - do you actually believe in that trash you posted?