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Old 20-08-2019, 03:52 PM   #1
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Default G7 Summit France:Biarritz 24th - 26th August 2019

Participants:
Canada : Justin Trudeau Prime Minister
France : Emmanuel Macron President
Germany : Angela Merkel Chancellor
Italy : Giuseppe Conte --leader may change

Japan : Shinzō Abe Prime Minister
United Kingdom : Boris Johnson Prime Minister
United States : Donald Trump President

European Union : Donald Tusk Council President


Guests:
Australia
Scott Morrison Prime Minister
India Narendra Modi Prime Minister
Spain Pedro Sánchez Prime Minister

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/45th_G7_summit


A Chance for PM Johnson to talk with President Trump
in private.

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Old 20-08-2019, 03:55 PM   #2
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A Chance to do deals
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Yup. Sell farmers and nhs
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No the NHS is not for sale
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Old 23-08-2019, 11:53 PM   #7
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D.Tusk spoke at the G7
and confirmed he does not want a "No Deal"
He also said is Boris Johnson Mr No Deal?


https://news.sky.com/story/donald-tu...-deal-11792723



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President Trump is seated at a table
With French leader Macron.
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Old 24-08-2019, 12:31 PM   #10
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Leaving the European Union without a deal would vastly shrink the UK’s international influence and would represent “the biggest unilateral abandonment” of long-term British interests in modern history, a group of former ambassadors have claimed.

In a letter, signed by 25 former senior diplomats and published in the Times, they urged Boris Johnson to “signal a different approach” at this weekend’s G7 summit in Biarritz, France, and retain “close relationships with our European neighbours”.

It said: “An impending no-deal Brexit … would result in an unprecedented – and self-inflicted – diminution of Britain’s international influence. We need a foreign policy based on long-term UK interests and a strong economy, and that requires close relationships with our European neighbours.

“No deal represents the biggest unilateral abandonment of those interests in modern British history. It should not be allowed to happen. We hope the prime minister uses this G7 meeting to signal a different approach.”
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PM Johnson arrives at the G7
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Old 25-08-2019, 07:39 AM   #12
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A Clip of them talking was only on SkyNewsHD
BBC only showed a still picture.

Johnson Spoke of UK Pork Pie's
that need to get into New York & Boston Ports


https://news.sky.com/story/we-will-h...at-g7-11793653

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Leaving the European Union without a deal would vastly shrink the UK’s international influence and would represent “the biggest unilateral abandonment” of long-term British interests in modern history, a group of former ambassadors have claimed.

In a letter, signed by 25 former senior diplomats and published in the Times, they urged Boris Johnson to “signal a different approach” at this weekend’s G7 summit in Biarritz, France, and retain “close relationships with our European neighbours”.

It said: “An impending no-deal Brexit … would result in an unprecedented – and self-inflicted – diminution of Britain’s international influence. We need a foreign policy based on long-term UK interests and a strong economy, and that requires close relationships with our European neighbours.

“No deal represents the biggest unilateral abandonment of those interests in modern British history. It should not be allowed to happen. We hope the prime minister uses this G7 meeting to signal a different approach.”
The Guardian
a no deal is what people voted for, to be cut off entirely from europe

so if that doesn't go through, it's bad for democracy in britain
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UK is saved, even after a no deal brexit
No, a deal with the US post no-deal brexit will mean they get to take complete advantage of us because of our desperation for a trade deal. It's a threat to food standards, regulations, and our NHS.
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...listening to the Boris and the Donald fluffing each other’s feathers and egos...I love you...I love you more...no, I love you more...no I said it first, I love you to the Summit and back...or summit...Boris isn’t a ‘great’ anything or the ‘right man’ for anything...those are all things that are undecided yet because it’s about his country, it’s about the U.K...not about Trump...that though is Trump’s mindset...how great will this person and their country leadership be for me..?...what can YOU do for your Trump...it’s kinda laughable, only it’s not...these are two people whose personal egos come before anything else and so many important things and people’s lives are at their expense...
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...listening to the Boris and the Donald fluffing each other’s feathers and egos...I love you...I love you more...no, I love you more...no I said it first, I love you to the Summit and back...or summit...Boris isn’t a ‘great’ anything or the ‘right man’ for anything...those are all things that are undecided yet because it’s about his country, it’s about the U.K...not about Trump...that though is Trump’s mindset...how great will this person and their country leadership be for me..?...what can YOU do for your Trump...it’s kinda laughable, only it’s not...these are two people whose personal egos come before anything else and so many important things and people’s lives are at their expense...



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A Iranian Foreign Minister has arrived at the G7
to speak to the French Minister.

USA are unhappy
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Does anyone looking at this picture honestly think it reflects like minded people with a special relationship

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..tbf I read that she did take his hand ..(...the vid has been cut off immediately before ..)...but it’s protocol that Melania’s hand was taken first...which I presume he would have known../been explained...so maybe he forgot...his age, ya know....
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Leaving the European Union without a deal would vastly shrink the UK’s international influence and would represent “the biggest unilateral abandonment” of long-term British interests in modern history, a group of former ambassadors have claimed.

In a letter, signed by 25 former senior diplomats and published in the Times, they urged Boris Johnson to “signal a different approach” at this weekend’s G7 summit in Biarritz, France, and retain “close relationships with our European neighbours”.

It said: “An impending no-deal Brexit … would result in an unprecedented – and self-inflicted – diminution of Britain’s international influence. We need a foreign policy based on long-term UK interests and a strong economy, and that requires close relationships with our European neighbours.

“No deal represents the biggest unilateral abandonment of those interests in modern British history. It should not be allowed to happen. We hope the prime minister uses this G7 meeting to signal a different approach.”
The Guardian


Oh how dare Boris endanger these poor mens free loading jaunts in the future.
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