Sunday, 9 April 2017

Peers decide that Britain has a moral duty to make sure that Gibraltarians have a voice in E.U. talks.

The Daily Telegraph reports that peers have decided that Britain has a moral duty to make sure that Gibraltarians have a voice in the forthcoming E.U. talks.

See the link here.

Nearly 96% of Gibraltarians voted for Great Britain, to which they belong, to remain in the E.U.

The E.U. have said that Spain has a right to veto any decisions made during the E.U. negotiations, thus holding up the smooth running of the talks.

It's looking more and more likely that Theresa May will walk away without a deal.

The E.U.,who have stated they will 'punish' Britain for leaving the E.U. are throwing as many obstacles in the way as they can find, but at the end of the day, Britain will probably make deals with the countries within the E.U. regardless.

I remember, back in 1972, when we joined the Common Market, we did not sign up for all this political crap and the sooner we get out of it the better.

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