2018年香港赛马日程表

时间: 2019-11-18 12:51:26 2018年香港赛马日程表 热te46t34fawtwe:99℃

Since the referendum, I have long disagreed with my friend Boris on the nature of our future relationship with Brussels, not to mention the European market’s vital economic and regulatory importance for the UK.

At present, I view Brexit as an unfolding travesty for which an extension of Article 50 to reach a workable deal or – failing that – a second referendum, are the sole remedies. 

As for Mr Johnson, he appears inextricably tied to promises made to a narrow circle of arch-Brexiteers and primitive no-deal scaremongering which has already worn thin with EU leaders. Yet as we career towards a dangerous “no ifs no buts” showdown on 31st October, I believe it important to address the critical...

Since the referendum, I have long disagreed with my friend Boris on the nature of our future relationship with Brussels, not to mention the European market’s vital economic and regulatory importance for the UK.

At present, I view Brexit as an unfolding travesty for which an extension of Article 50 to reach a workable deal or – failing that – a second referendum, are the sole remedies. 

As for Mr Johnson, he appears inextricably tied to promises made to a narrow circle of arch-Brexiteers and primitive no-deal scaremongering which has already worn thin with EU leaders. Yet as we career towards a dangerous “no ifs no buts” showdown on 31st October, I believe it important to address the critical...

Since the referendum, I have long disagreed with my friend Boris on the nature of our future relationship with Brussels, not to mention the European market’s vital economic and regulatory importance for the UK.

At present, I view Brexit as an unfolding travesty for which an extension of Article 50 to reach a workable deal or – failing that – a second referendum, are the sole remedies. 

As for Mr Johnson, he appears inextricably tied to promises made to a narrow circle of arch-Brexiteers and primitive no-deal scaremongering which has already worn thin with EU leaders. Yet as we career towards a dangerous “no ifs no buts” showdown on 31st October, I believe it important to address the critical...

Since the referendum, I have long disagreed with my friend Boris on the nature of our future relationship with Brussels, not to mention the European market’s vital economic and regulatory importance for the UK.

At present, I view Brexit as an unfolding travesty for which an extension of Article 50 to reach a workable deal or – failing that – a second referendum, are the sole remedies. 

As for Mr Johnson, he appears inextricably tied to promises made to a narrow circle of arch-Brexiteers and primitive no-deal scaremongering which has already worn thin with EU leaders. Yet as we career towards a dangerous “no ifs no buts” showdown on 31st October, I believe it important to address the critical...