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Brexit: UK Finally Exits From EU by uptimumOne23(m): 11:38am On Dec 31, 2020
After four years of wrangling, Brexit is finally DONE.

UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson on Wednesday signed Britain’s historic Brexit trade deal from the EU as MPs voted overwhelmingly in favour of the accord despite threats of a Labour Remainer rebellion.

The official copy of the hard-fought 1,200 page trade pact was signed by Ursula von der Leyen, President of the European Commission.

Boris Johnson was then presented with the document in Number 10 as he did the honours and finally brought the curtain down on the Brexit saga which has dominated UK politics since the EU referendum in 2016.

“It has been a long road. It’s time now to put Brexit behind us. Our future is made in Europe,” von der Leyen said.


Mr. Johnson gave a thumbs up after inking what he described as “the beginning of what will be a wonderful relationship between the UK and our friends and partners in the EU”.

Britain will leave the European single market and customs union at 11:00 pm (2300 GMT) on Thursday, the end of a post-Brexit transition period marked by tortuous trade negotiations which culminated in the Christmas Eve deal.

London and Brussels would work “hand in glove whenever our values and interests coincide, while fulfilling the sovereign wish of the British people to live under their own sovereign laws made by their own sovereign parliament” Boris Johnson added.

Despite warnings that there will be more friction in trade due to breaking free from EU rules, the UK PM said the deal ‘if anything should allow companies to do even more business with our European friends, safeguarding millions of jobs and livelihoods in UK and across the continent’.

Mr. Johnson said for the first time since 1973 the UK would be an independent coastal nation, stressing that in five and a half years’ time after another transition Britain will have full control of its waters. ‘

https://www.tvcnews.tv/brexit-uk-finally-exits-from-eu/

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Re: Brexit: UK Finally Exits From EU by Fahdiga1: 11:39am On Dec 31, 2020
Biafra will soon come

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Re: Brexit: UK Finally Exits From EU by Realtord43(m): 11:42am On Dec 31, 2020
grin
Re: Brexit: UK Finally Exits From EU by Sammy07: 11:44am On Dec 31, 2020
Fahdiga1:
Biafra will soon come
By shouting? or by actions?

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Re: Brexit: UK Finally Exits From EU by dawnomike(m): 11:47am On Dec 31, 2020
I look forward to seeing if this will be a good move or a bad one for the country and the economy of EU
Re: Brexit: UK Finally Exits From EU by Biafrannuke: 11:50am On Dec 31, 2020
Sammy07:

By shouting? or by actions?
By both

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Re: Brexit: UK Finally Exits From EU by alphaRego01(m): 12:08pm On Dec 31, 2020
Fahdiga1:
Biafra will soon come





Is not going to be dis easy
Re: Brexit: UK Finally Exits From EU by Nairalandian(m): 12:46pm On Dec 31, 2020
Fahdiga1:
Biafra will soon come
What is the whole purpose of this una Biafra sef.
Why is Nigeria not enough for you.
Biafrannuke
Re: Brexit: UK Finally Exits From EU by gidgiddy: 12:56pm On Dec 31, 2020
Britain leaving the EU should show any Nigerian that bigger does not always mean better. Those who think that we Igbos are better of being part of Nigeria because it is bigger, should have a rethink

Bigger is not always better. Igbos should strive for their own independent home land than remain part of a bigger, messed up Nigeria

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Re: Brexit: UK Finally Exits From EU by Redcrafton: 1:01pm On Dec 31, 2020
Nairalandian:

What is the whole purpose of this una Biafra sef.
Why is Nigeria not enough for you.
Biafrannuke

Nigeria would have been enough, but with sustained marginalization and plain wickedness, it's not enough.

If you can list one major FG investment in the entire se region, we can state to talk from their.

Don't go about 2nd Niger bridge, that has been on for about 40 years...Enugu Airport that can never be completed, nor FG roads in the SE which are the worse in the federation, despite the SE having the smallest land mass. No industries, no power stations and rail system.

Lets hear your views on these.

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Re: Brexit: UK Finally Exits From EU by Nigeriabiafra80: 1:04pm On Dec 31, 2020
What is good for the goose is good for the gander
Viva biafra
Re: Brexit: UK Finally Exits From EU by Luckydubby7(m): 1:42pm On Dec 31, 2020
Nairalandian:

What is the whole purpose of this una Biafra sef.
Why is Nigeria not enough for you.
Biafrannuke
Why should Biafra should clear from their mouth when Aboki and Yoruba keep dragging president year in, year out.

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Re: Brexit: UK Finally Exits From EU by uptimumOne23(m): 1:59pm On Dec 31, 2020
Luckydubby7:

Why should Biafra should clear from their mouth when Aboki and Yoruba keep dragging president year in, year out.

You should have said this is why you are pained

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Re: Brexit: UK Finally Exits From EU by Luckydubby7(m): 2:02pm On Dec 31, 2020
uptimumOne23:


You should have said this is why you are pained
I'm not from eastern part.
Re: Brexit: UK Finally Exits From EU by uptimumOne23(m): 2:08pm On Dec 31, 2020
Luckydubby7:

I'm not from eastern part.

It's obvious

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Re: Brexit: UK Finally Exits From EU by Obagreatdatoye(m): 2:42pm On Dec 31, 2020
Congrat
Re: Brexit: UK Finally Exits From EU by FarahAideed: 2:45pm On Dec 31, 2020
Most useless country on Earth
Re: Brexit: UK Finally Exits From EU by tsdarkside(m): 2:50pm On Dec 31, 2020
Fahdiga1:
Biafra will soon come

bwahaha....

Re: Brexit: UK Finally Exits From EU by Stalwert: 2:52pm On Dec 31, 2020
grin grin Biafra morons where you at?
Re: Brexit: UK Finally Exits From EU by Balogunodua(m): 3:34pm On Dec 31, 2020
Fahdiga1:
Biafra will soon come
grin grin grin

Kukimi.... grin
Re: Brexit: UK Finally Exits From EU by Balogunodua(m): 3:36pm On Dec 31, 2020
Luckydubby7:

Why should Biafra should clear from their mouth when Aboki and Yoruba keep dragging president year in, year out.

Weytin u die ya self
Re: Brexit: UK Finally Exits From EU by paddyDIGITAL(m): 4:23pm On Dec 31, 2020
Well, their choice.
Re: Brexit: UK Finally Exits From EU by BigSarah(f): 4:33pm On Dec 31, 2020
I still don't get it
Re: Brexit: UK Finally Exits From EU by IamFINESSE: 4:33pm On Dec 31, 2020
And they came down here and join us with this foolish head slamers Fulani janjaweeed m.ofos with there afonja slaves and these bloody minorities scattered all over the south South

God when embarassed

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Re: Brexit: UK Finally Exits From EU by Paperworka: 4:35pm On Dec 31, 2020
everybody wants freedom, But for Nigeria Fulani dey beg for Unity
Re: Brexit: UK Finally Exits From EU by Miracle1991: 5:14pm On Dec 31, 2020
Redcrafton:


Nigeria would have been enough, but with sustained marginalization and plain wickedness, it's not enough.

If you can list one major FG investment in the entire se region, we can state to talk from their.

Don't go about 2nd Niger bridge, that has been on for about 40 years...Enugu Airport that can never be completed, nor FG roads in the SE which are the worse in the federation, despite the SE having the smallest land mass. No industries, no power stations and rail system.

Lets hear your views on these.
you had senate presidents, secretary to the government, presidents, speakers and deputy speakers. What did they do to bring development to your area? Politics is not done on emotions, politics is bridge building and lobby.
Re: Brexit: UK Finally Exits From EU by Miracle1991: 5:18pm On Dec 31, 2020
Paperworka:
everybody wants freedom, But for Nigeria Fulani dey beg for Unity
the same fulanis gave quit notice to you people but you called your red cap chiefs to go and beg those fulanis. Why? If you really want to go,why did you beg the fulanis to allow you to stay.
Re: Brexit: UK Finally Exits From EU by Bodexman(m): 5:30pm On Dec 31, 2020
Fahdiga1:
Biafra will soon come

Lol

Biafraxit
Re: Brexit: UK Finally Exits From EU by Paperworka: 5:31pm On Dec 31, 2020
Miracle1991:
the same fulanis gave quit notice to you people but you called your red cap chiefs to go and beg those fulanis. Why? If you really want to go,why did you beg the fulanis to allow you to stay.

What are you trying to defend here?

Abeg when was the quit notice given?

is it from yerima shettima who has been lobbying Uwazurike to beg MNK to stop Agitation?

Fulani is scared of Nigeria disintegration because if it happens, the Hausas will wake up and chase them out more so Every political elite in Nigeria knows that Nigeria will split, they just don't know when
Re: Brexit: UK Finally Exits From EU by Redcrafton: 5:31pm On Dec 31, 2020
Miracle1991:
you had senate presidents, secretary to the government, presidents, speakers and deputy speakers. What did they do to bring development to your area? Politics is not done on emotions, politics is bridge building and lobby.

I don't get you?

Is what you just said in the constitution of the republic, or do we operate a country based on whim and caprice of emotions?

Those you mentioned are not president.

A president should call his ministers and ensure development cut across his country. Or is SE not part of Nigeria?
Re: Brexit: UK Finally Exits From EU by Nairalandian(m): 6:05pm On Dec 31, 2020
Redcrafton:


Nigeria would have been enough, but with sustained marginalization and plain wickedness, it's not enough.

If you can list one major FG investment in the entire se region, we can state to talk from their.

Don't go about 2nd Niger bridge, that has been on for about 40 years...Enugu Airport that can never be completed, nor FG roads in the SE which are the worse in the federation, despite the SE having the smallest land mass. No industries, no power stations and rail system.

Lets hear your views on these.
How are you sure that Biafra will have good leaders. Shebi it's all this greedy Igbo men that'll rule.
PS; I'm ibo
Anambra indigène
Re: Brexit: UK Finally Exits From EU by Redcrafton: 6:13pm On Dec 31, 2020
Nairalandian:

How are you sure that Biafra will have good leaders. Shebi it's all this greedy Igbo men that'll rule.
PS; I'm ibo
Anambra indigène

So the best leaders are northerners?

If Anambra have bad leaders, other states may nt have bad leaders.

Michael Okpara was a good leader

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