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Falklands and the Brexit impact outlined in London meetings

Friday, June 22nd 2018 - 08:31 UTC
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A Falkland Islands delegation recently travelled to London to attend the Joint Ministerial Council on European Negotiations, which basically is dealing with Brexit negotiations and its impact for Overseas Territories. The delegation was made up of MLA Teslyn Barkman, together with Senior Policy Advisor Richard Hyslop and were joined by Falklands London Representative Sukey Cameron Read full article


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  • Islander1

    A Brexit Deal in any way favourable to UK is and always has been a pure fantasy dream of politicians and the press ever since the referendum day.
    British politicians-civil servants and media- and dare I say - Falkland Island ones as well are living in the same fantasy world here as Argentina and its sovereignty claim.

    UK voted to leave - simple as that. Yes Europe would mostly prefer UK does not - and almost certainly regrets having NOT offered PM David Cameron the few carrots he wanted and needed to get a referendum result to stay in.
    UK crashes out with no deal - massive short and medium term hit to UK- Gib and FI economies. Also a hit to Europe economies - but nothing like the level of damage and economic hardship that UK will suffer. Long term - who knows? Maybe all will be fine- but there will be a LOT of pain first.
    So out we will go - simple as that - with luck UK may persuade EU to spread the damage and closure of free trade etc over several years.

    Jun 22nd, 2018 - 10:31 am - Link - Report abuse +3

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