par13del wrote:Dutchy wrote:No need to re-apply, just ask nicely if you can revoke your article 50 letter. Chances are that indeed the remaining EU-members will ask for something in return, so some of those exemptions will be gone for sure.
So far I have not seen any legal opinions on revocation, we do know that the articles do allow extensions if approved by all 20+ members.
So the UK leaves the EU but applies for extension while they negotiate on an annual basis, say two meetings per year, each to be discussed and approved by parliament before going to the next meeting, how many years that will take can be based on how long it took Canada to complete their deal.
In the interim, the UK will pay its bill, continue to abide by all EU rules and regs, but they will be out of the EU and Brexit will have been delivered.
I can’t see that happening.
Joining the Euro and Schengen area are not wanted in the UK.