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31/01/2020. 11pm

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Yes this date and time will go down in history January 31st 2020 at 11pm . UK time

We will be alone , wish us well.

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I will be up 7am tomorrow, actually 6am to hear Boris speak on his Facebook page live. and have a beer to cheer it in... 

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Why ?

What's happening ?  :89:

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1 hour ago, graham59 said:

Why ?

What's happening ?  :89:

Nothing really, it will be just another Friday evening as normal, unless England sinks into the English Channel that is.

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A little clue. 

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About bloody time too.

Hope the pound goes up now. :89:

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5 minutes ago, graham59 said:

About bloody time too.

Hope the pound goes up now. :89:

Got 67.03 from PNB this morning But the Page rate is 66. 17 seems the Euro is Holding at 56.1 Early days though EH?

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3 minutes ago, Jack Peterson said:

Got 67.03 from PNB this morning But the Page rate is 66. 17 seems the Euro is Holding at 56.1 Early days though EH?

I think the first budget after we leave will be when we see the real movement in currency.  That said we are still tied to them for one more year before we stand on our own two feet. 

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So now the big question.  Who gets to fish in the English Channel?  France?  England?  Whoever catches them first?

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1 minute ago, Dave Hounddriver said:

So now the big question.  Who gets to fish in the English Channel?  France?  England?  Whoever catches them first?

I would guess that intenational law would apply (after the exit period) and that there would be a wiggly line drawn at the half way point between the shorelines of the two countries (unless the continental shelf provision applies, not sure what happens then).  That's assuming a no-deal Brexit.

If there is an agreement upon Brexit then there could be a phase in period or a new treaty related to fishing so it would remain to be seen in that case.

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