Has Boris Strucjk a Positive Blow by Threatening Not to Pay EU Fees To Them?

He's said the fees mentioned in earlier lame negotiations are not guaranted if they don't shape up their game.

Good for him I say.

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  • Huh?
    Lv 7
    1 year ago
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    No. It's a negotiated part of the withdrawal agreement. If BloJob withholds it he will mark his government down as unreliable and not to be trusted, which will obviously make other ongoing and future negotiations that much harder to conclude successfully. It would be pretty foolish to do what he threatens. Unfortunately he is foolish enough to maybe do so.

  • Jas B
    Lv 7
    1 year ago

    So you want the British Prime Minister to be like the fool in the White House who has no respect for abiding by deals their country made?

    The American president no longer has any respect among world leaders and now you want Boris to assimilate him.

  • Anonymous
    1 year ago

    If those contracts are something that we can still benefit from after we leave, then we should pay but if these are something that is going to be denied us, then we should not pay. It will take many, many years before our fishing grounds, decimated by French, Italian and Spanish factory trawlers, recover, are they going to compensate for that? Our agreed subsidies to southern European farmers, with two hectares of land, a few chickens, a goat and a dairy cow with no udders should most definitely be STOPPED and compensation for past payments should be paid to us.

  • Anonymous
    1 year ago

    Go Boris and once we are out of the EU we should send the EU the Bill for WW2 they never paid us for any of it

    except for Norway

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  • 1 year ago

    This is why the EU does not want to reopen the negotiations. If they did, there is a heap of monies on the other side of the ledger owed to UK....our share of the ECB for starters. I do not understand why some UK politicians are so keen to kowtow to the EU finacially....if we leave the EU should be paying us all kinds of compensation to buy us out of our share of EU institutions. In other words, the EU should be paying the UK when we leave !!

  • gerald
    Lv 7
    1 year ago

    sure is get your guard up kid this will be fun lets see if he can fight we know he can handle women

  • 1 year ago

    Yep, bad deal = No money.

    Only a fool would pay for something that was badly negotiated on their behalf, supposedly on their behalf.

    The idea that other countries from around the world wouldn't trust and trade with the UK if it didn't pay these demands is ludicrous as these demands are just that "demands" and not "debts" they are future demands for work that is yet to be undertaken, not debts for work already undertaken and completed.

  • Anonymous
    1 year ago

    Yes, it will shake the EU out of is arrogant complacency. His biggest problem is the remain worms in Parliament that will do anything they can to betray the country and stop him.

  • Jack H
    Lv 7
    1 year ago

    No, it's not a fee. Over the years, UK has agreed to fund certain programmes from their subs. There is an agreement in force with all members that should they leave, they will pay their debts on leaving, no matter how Boris and Co. Want to call it, it is an agreed figure, signed off by Mays team as part of the agreement, you will be obliged to pay. If Boris reneged on the agreement the matter would go to International Court, few Countries would be willing to enter into any trade deals etc., with a country which reneged on its debts, but Blustering Boris doesnt seem to care too much...

  • Anonymous
    1 year ago

    Yes and it's about time somebody stood up to them. I wouldn't pay them a penny after what they have put this country through.

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