What Brexit Deal Do EU Countries Want? - Brexit Explained

  • Published on Oct 11, 2018
  • Our viewers asked us to make a video which runs through what every single EU nation wants from the EU/UK brexit deal. They asked, we did. So here is a breakdown of what individual EU countries want from Brexit.
    PART TWO: ru-clip.com/video/JG_jqQojAFM/video.html

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  • Rust Bucket
    Rust Bucket 4 days ago

    We love the polish

  • Rust Bucket
    Rust Bucket 4 days ago

    Who cares what the Spanish say Gibraltar 🇬🇮 is British and has been for hundreds of years!

  • George
    George 28 days ago

    Deadline came and passed , nothing happened .

  • Henrik Rónai
    Henrik Rónai Month ago

    Oh look, it's after 29th of march! Come again? Still no brexit? How come? Oh I see...

  • Eduardo Grilo
    Eduardo Grilo Month ago

    Concerning Portugal, the concern is about British tourists, British citizens living in portugal and Portuguese citizens living and working in the UK, such as doctors and nurses

  • Quickrallye
    Quickrallye Month ago

    Jesus christ 17min video and 6 adverts. There was a time when i watched youtube becuse it had no adverts.

  • Donovan du Plooy
    Donovan du Plooy Month ago

    This playlist from the TLDR on Brexit is one of the most inpressive set of informative videos on the entire internet... on any subject!!!

  • Khelthrai Hellbane
    Khelthrai Hellbane Month ago

    Great video, although I'm afraid you've been misinformed about popular opinion on the whole concept of the EU. Here in Spain most people know the thing to be a farce. We are, more or less, of the opinion that regulations cut free will (though you'll struggle to find any libertarians here), therefore disabling diplomatic relations. Long story short: EU countries can't have the trade policies they want because the EU dictates the terms. Same goes for basically every aspect of the EU: it undermines the agency of spanish government to the point where the right wing shuts down any debate by saying "let Brussels decide", while the left (and the extreme right) is saying "If the brits get out, we're next in line". This is mainly because spanish voters can see the blatant disconnection between their vote and the political agenda of our parties. You see, this EU concept might work for a union of about 10 culturally related neighbouring countries, but here in Spain there is no democratic culture (our WW2 era dictatorial regime ended when the motherfucker died of old age, ffs) and we know for a fact that our politicians are just there for the money. Literally, the more you learn about the political landscape in Spain, the more you ask yourself how on earth did someone think it was a good idea to put Spain at the same level as the rest of western Europe. EU funding gets literally stolen in institutionalised schemes designed to make the numbers tell the story of a struggling, unruly population, when in reality our politicians are the most corrupt people you can find in the entire continent. Don't get misguided by what Spanish "representatives" say in public: the don't even represent their own household.

  • kairon156
    kairon156 Month ago

    I wish Canada thought this hard about deals we make with other nations in our own continent.
    The EU might be able to make deals with Canada and I suppose the US that the UK can't on it's own.
    I guess I'm interested in what trade Deals Canada will be able to make across the pond.

  • Ⓝⓔⓡⓓ ⓞⓖⓤⓨ

    Gibraltar has seen some shit.

  • kdhlkjhdlk
    kdhlkjhdlk Month ago


  • Jorge Bruno
    Jorge Bruno 2 months ago

    greece looks phenomenal

  • Darius W
    Darius W 2 months ago +1

    Definitely got the german perspective (kind of) right.

  • Geert Snatersen
    Geert Snatersen 2 months ago +2

    Can you please make the shoes and socks of the Netherlands orange in future video's? that would be so great! ;-)

  • old time gamer
    old time gamer 2 months ago +1

    As an american I have my own deal for portugal. You bring the beer and we'll bring the pizza. If the UK doesn't want a slice that's their problem.

  • TheMcslade
    TheMcslade 2 months ago

    Blame games, it is everyone else fault that you don't have jobs or are not moving into a "new skills century". May and her party does nothing but cut services, raise your taxes and is a "do nothing" government. I have signed more petitions to keep your basic health clinics open. To restore things like "detectives and terrorist" watching Police units. You didn't have working fire trucks for the recent Grenfell Fire. All things were overseen by May. Plus it seems you're on a path to destroy a tentative peace with the Irish. This all smacks of "greed, bigotry, and elitism". Like the U.S. you've convinced the "low intellect and low skills" that all this is the fault of everyone else and pity you, you pay too much. The "no money" games, you've got plenty and it is all a lie you've fallen for. Your "Queen" is one of the richest women in the world, but she won't feed her poor or make sure her police have the right amount of detectives to keep her people safe, now that is special!

  • Demotruk
    Demotruk 2 months ago

    You haven't answered other commenters on this, but where did you get your data on trading partners of The Netherlands? Seems to be way off.

  • Lara
    Lara 2 months ago +4

    I mean, preferrably not leave at all. The more the merrier ;)

  • Malekith the Witch-King

    Legislation and Regulation wouldn't be an issue for relations between states if the EU didn't have the authority to rule over its members; taking away their self-governance in exchange for bloc-benefits. The Bloc should have never been about ruling over Europe and always been about allowing individual nations in Europe to work towards achieving common aims and encouraging democratic cooperation.

  • Todd Romain
    Todd Romain 2 months ago

    The EU is going to get the house, the car, the bank accounts and some sweet alimony out of this divorce. The UK is going to have to move back into the folks basement for a while.

  • Zsolt Sz
    Zsolt Sz 2 months ago +1

    Are you sure the figure "Poland got 89 millions structural funding" is correct? It seems like peanuts for a nation.

  • Ryko Kohne
    Ryko Kohne 2 months ago +1

    meanwhile im in the US watching these videos trying to understand this whole brexit thing

    • Meteor Media
      Meteor Media 2 months ago

      Basically as if one of your independent states leaders would fear- and hatemonger the states population into deciding to leave the union for very dubious reasons at best. The problem is that a lot of people in Britain seem to be unhappy with the way Britain is run and inexplicably (and incorrectly) believe that the countrys issues are the EUs fault and that exiting the EU will magically solve all their problems.

  • Mathias T.W.P
    Mathias T.W.P 2 months ago

    What about the Cool(d) Countries Club (EFTA)?

  • Bill Kong
    Bill Kong 2 months ago +1

    It’s not about money. It’s about faith. Britain can leave and EU will survive because it was always peripheral to the union. But if France or Germany leaves then it’s immediately game over.

  • mukkaar
    mukkaar 2 months ago

    Kind of shame, there are already some big business leaving UK because it would be too expensive to deal with trade. There's already 6% reduction at investments in UK. It just makes trading harder and negotiation position of UK worse.

  • William Jones
    William Jones 2 months ago

    Jose Barro.spain doesn't want British tourism you say,didn't think Spain was in a position to give up 13.5billion pounds that (British people spent there last year.

  • William Jones
    William Jones 2 months ago

    Joseph Barro, Spain doesn't want 17 million Brits going there and spending millions.what planet are you on.

  • Jose Barro
    Jose Barro 2 months ago

    Why do you call British imigrants expats?

  • Harry Coates
    Harry Coates 2 months ago

    Brits living abroad are not ex-pats they're immigrants

  • Eve Apple
    Eve Apple 2 months ago

    The fact that the EU fears giving a favourable deal to the UK because it might cause other members to want the same and thus cause the breakup of the EU just highlights how much crap stuff member states have to tolerate to benefit economically and how unsavory many EU citizens find basic EU ideology. If the EU was really sure that member states were fully on board with the project ideologically, they would let us go mad on cherry picking as we Leave and wouldn’t mind at all, they would be confident in the strength of support their member states have in the project beyond simple economics. I also think there are a lot of mixed messages from the Remain side and the EU - on the one hand they paint the UK as a rubbish economically insignificant nation whose exit will not be a problem at all for the rest of the EU, but in the same breath our military / security capability will be a big loss and also our departure seems to have a potentially very damaging indirect effect on the economies of other member states. Which one is it?!

  • Piotr Dudała
    Piotr Dudała 2 months ago

    @TLDR News +TLDR News Fact alone, that UK is not negotiating with unified party, says A LOT about EU. And don't be bothered about Poland - Poland has nothing to say, no leverage, nothing. It will do what is told. Poland will have to absorbe it. And those called "structural founds" are actually ON PAIR, IF NOT SMALLER, than money send by migrants direclty! Not to mention, direct transfers are far better used. Also EU does not offer ANY DEFENCE - and I didn't hear that UK is leaving NATO anytime soon. NATO is not EU, you know.... Poland, and other countries except France, will be screwed becasue Germany will become de facto hegemony in EU.

  • kathleen regan
    kathleen regan 3 months ago

    feck starting with size. Ye're most important priority is Ireland

  • Thierry van Thiel
    Thierry van Thiel 3 months ago +2

    Top trading partners for the Netherlands:
    1) Germany
    2) Belgium
    3) France
    4) UK
    19) Ireland
    Where are you getting your facts from?

    • freek v
      freek v Month ago

      british people think we are dependent on the UK while in reality they are way more dependent on the netherlands with rotterdam.

  • James Macfarlane
    James Macfarlane 3 months ago

    The EU doesn't care.

  • Richard Hill
    Richard Hill 3 months ago

    Well that was well explained best ever

  • alien gamer
    alien gamer 3 months ago

    Mmmm the netherlands and Ireland trade that much? Why would that be? 🤔🤔

  • Heather 17
    Heather 17 3 months ago

    I’m so glad uk is leaving, you are totally lost in the quagmire, , your thinking sounds like someone stuck in the mud and can’t lift their feet because the details are weighing you down like a ton of bricks. Yah hurrah we going to leave this conglomerate which has usurped our well being, it’s not about money power togetherness , it’s about integrity, you haven’t displayed any of this attribute , bye bye

    HANK THE TANK 3 months ago

    ALL BRITISH PEOPLE GO TO POLAND to live and work!!!!!! That's the solution!!!!! I should be prime minister!!!!!!! Fixed.

    HANK THE TANK 3 months ago

    When England is SKINT who's going to pay for these poor poor, asylum seekers and refugees and bums on benefits????? I love paying my taxes to these people and grafting hard!!!!!!

  • Atanas Popovski
    Atanas Popovski 3 months ago

    The largest foreign population in the UK are not polish, they're chinese

  • Andrea Brokate
    Andrea Brokate 3 months ago

    The EU is made of 28 states not nations

  • Anonymouse
    Anonymouse 3 months ago

    Greece looks like it's seen some bad shit. Like it's been in a war and now suffers from PTSD.

  • Ryan Varley
    Ryan Varley 3 months ago

    I'd love to hear about what non-eu nations want out of a Brexit deal

  • Langus langus
    Langus langus 3 months ago


  • aaabbbccc5518
    aaabbbccc5518 4 months ago +1

    Leave with a no deal and the eu will come crawling for a deal of us

  • Mitchell Bridges
    Mitchell Bridges 4 months ago

    what about the eea? norway?

  • Purpl3 Grape
    Purpl3 Grape 4 months ago

    Red Lorry Yellow Lorry. That's a wicked tongue twister that is. It has my tongue in a knot it has.

  • Jeroen W
    Jeroen W 4 months ago

    Small correction. Spain has a border with the UK, namely Gibraltar.

  • Diomepa
    Diomepa 4 months ago +1

    What EU wants? For the UK to stop acting as dude in mid age crisis who wants to screw around and bitches about the kids but refuses to leave. Stay or go, whatever.

  • Nidge on Tour
    Nidge on Tour 4 months ago +1

    We don't want to cherry pick we want to leave!!

    • Deipatrous
      Deipatrous Month ago

      only the idiot "we" part of the nation

  • Gustaf Söderling
    Gustaf Söderling 4 months ago

    TDLR needs to employ a professional sound editor. There were some rough cuts in there...

  • Tom Wid
    Tom Wid 4 months ago

    You making good stuff sit very informative. Can i ask a quick you or an audience question regarding the Poland country biggest receiver of donations from EU? does anybody know why that is? to what programs these subsidized money go to? because I have lot of polish friends and they say that the wages have been stagnated for a lot of years. they say 2000 zl (450 euro)a month is avg pay. is there a justification why Poland is the biggest receiver of that money?

  • Silly Man
    Silly Man 4 months ago +1

    UK is just a bad customer in the shop , no money and high maintenance, the best way is just to stop serve her and ask her get out!

  • Jon Johnson
    Jon Johnson 4 months ago

    A good balanced representation, thanks

  • yosser hughes
    yosser hughes 5 months ago

    I dont think those countries give a shit about there own peoples living in the uk and there interests like that even factors into there equasions.

  • jon allen
    jon allen 5 months ago

    Take the no deal! fuck the rest of the EU let them drown don't give them a penny! We import more than we export so are those countries really not going to trade with us? No! We will be the first of many to leave the EU! Good riddance i say!

  • MrBiffi
    MrBiffi 5 months ago

    How to describe Brexit.
    uk c celeb: "does that mean I need a visa for everytime I want to go shopping in Paris or Madrid?"
    other uk c celeb: "yes, and for every country too maybe."
    uk c celeb: "Omg my gooooooosh!"

  • Ma Be
    Ma Be 5 months ago +3

    Ireland is not the biggest trading partner of the netherlands, thats Germany by far. Im curious where you got your numbers.

  • whatwhat3432523
    whatwhat3432523 5 months ago

    I think EU should be ended. Then started again with a full blown union with Germany, Denmark, Sweden, Norway, The Netherlands, Finland, Iceland, Austria, Belgium France. The rest of the continent are to much selfish loose cannons. And some of them are corrupt, or to close to Russia or the USA.

    • Piotr Dudała
      Piotr Dudała 2 months ago

      "Corrupt or too close to Russia" - you might double check Germany on that :D but in general you are right. Not to mention EU 2.0 you mention should have independent AND STRONG defence policy from the beginning as well as expand AFTER new member attains full compliance with rules and about 80% of average EU GDP per capita.

  • James MacDonald
    James MacDonald 5 months ago

    if every European government had the same view as the Dutch, there wouldn't be a problem. so it;s clear the EU ministers need to get high and chill.

  • Joseph Russel Timpug Ison

    The U.S.A., Japan, China ... etc. Are strong countries on their own without joining any European Union groups for example. Britain once was so powerful it had an empire. The problem is not that you don’t belong to a country union but your country is weak internally. Are you saying the UK is weak because it is now not conforming to the policies of a group of countries? Now that the UK is on its own only time will tell if they can restore their past greatness 😃

  • Joseph Russel Timpug Ison

    The U.S.A., Japan, China ... etc. Are strong countries on their own without joining any European Union groups for example. Britain once was so powerful it had an empire. The problem is not that you don’t belong to a country union but your country is weak internally. Are you saying the UK is weak because it is now not conforming to the policies of a group of countries? Now that the UK is on its own only time will tell if they can restore their past greatness 😃

  • Grespino 1
    Grespino 1 5 months ago

    Lol Hungary wants to leave the eu but they just too poor probably

  • ernest rogen
    ernest rogen 5 months ago

    The EU have the deal they want and they got a non brexit PM on the UK side to give them every thing they demand as it is what she wants as well and now she tries to sell it to the peoples of the UK by lie after lie...... EU must have thought all their Christmases have came at once.

  • Per07
    Per07 5 months ago

    All I can think of is Putin laughing his testicles off with his cronies in the kremlin

  • Stegiean
    Stegiean 5 months ago

    Wait Ireland being the netherlands biggest trading partner? Am i missing something or is he really saying that? Germany is the Netherlands biggest trading partner by a long shot.

  • Garry Bastow
    Garry Bastow 5 months ago

    Where leaving and that's that a no deal is okay for Britain.
    The majority voted out and the majority are always right in a democrasy.

  • max stewart
    max stewart 5 months ago

    Why is there a deadline

  • Anton Remaneb
    Anton Remaneb 5 months ago

    Its not EU who wants a deal ,
    UK wants to keep EU
    Privilege while not being an
    EU member. UK want the cake
    And eat it too. UK is like a person
    Who wants to join a health
    Club but dont want to pay members
    Fee but wanted all privilege of
    Membership. Cheap shot.

  • Rax Savvage
    Rax Savvage 5 months ago

    why in the shit is greece still in the eu
    they're broke and somehow getting broker

  • Patrik Bergqvist
    Patrik Bergqvist 5 months ago

    Im swedish , I want sweden too leve

  • L.Breitbart
    L.Breitbart 5 months ago +1

    I do not know much about the brexit deal, but there's one thing I've heard about and really infuriated me ! Spain demands Gibraltar back, as part of the agreement, after it was conquered by the British in the 17th century. The Spaniards are the most fascist , liars, truth hiders and hypocrite people on earth .In the 16th century, the land now called "Spain" been Islamic khalifa . They occupied the area , killed all those who did not agree to convert to Christianity (Inquisition) Then they simply expelled 400,000 Muslims who lived there (Muslims now demand their right to return to Spain by Islamic organizations and through The UN ) They are hiding the pictures of the Spanish soldiers pulling from the hair Catalan women so they will not vote for the liberation of Catalonia. They have two enclaves on Moroccan soil, they keep the Basque region - all these territories are occupied and do not belong to Spain ! first let them return all the lands they stole , before they preach morality to the world and demand additional areas in extortion.

    • Piotr Dudała
      Piotr Dudała 2 months ago

      Spain ,by pushing Irish and Gibraltar problem is literally setting their own roof on fire.

  • Filipe Saramago
    Filipe Saramago 5 months ago +8

    The part about Portugal is pretty much completely wrong and totally made up. That stuff about the UK being a middle point between Portugal and US and Canada is completely unheard of.
    Portugal does talk about keeping the UK as a strong Ally in NATO with the US and Canada, maybe that's where that nonsense comes from.
    Also Portugal has been trying to deviate trade coming from North America from entering Europe through the UK and Netherlands and wants it to come in through Portugal instead, so what's said in the video makes even less sense

    • Turin Stark
      Turin Stark 6 days ago

      They'd be crazy to use Portugal as a port for trade going to Central Europe (at best just to Portugal and Spain). Petrol costs and highway tolls are incredibly pricy in Portugal although there is a free highway area in Spain for hundreds of kms.
      Why would they make up the part of UK being a middle point between Portugal and US and Canada?

  • Lukáš Procházka
    Lukáš Procházka 5 months ago

    Funny that I as a Czech learn more about stands regarding Brexit from here instead of from news.

  • Adam Sergent
    Adam Sergent 5 months ago

    France also shares a land border with the UK, even if its in the form of a railway tunnel under the sea.

  • Elamin Bakar
    Elamin Bakar 5 months ago

    Custom union and single market

  • Diane W
    Diane W 5 months ago

    I’d like to know the opinion of non-EU countries

  • Ricardo Machado
    Ricardo Machado 5 months ago

    Gibraltar does not share a border with Spain , Gibraltar is SPAIN!

  • Krisztina Kapuvari
    Krisztina Kapuvari 6 months ago

    Where did you get your numbers about Eu citizens from some countries living in uk? I suspect they are not that correct or fresh because Hungarian community in uk is at least near 400,000 and growing...

  • Lars Miller
    Lars Miller 6 months ago

    You should do a video about what the non-EU European countries think of Brexit?!

  • J unio R
    J unio R 6 months ago

    Oh how sad this is. We really need a strong Europe as a world power, among US, China, India and Russia, to be the one leading the way for the world towards peace, democracy, freedom, human rights, wealth and a sustainable environment everywhere. Yes there are problems in Europe today, but we will much more easily solve them together and within Europe than without... I love u British European brothers, but unfortunately we will both be weaker after this than before.

  • Michael Williams
    Michael Williams 6 months ago

    Very interesting, just like all your other video's

  • B Fo
    B Fo 6 months ago

    The brexiteers seem to have been thinking that the EU would be desperate to make good trading agreements with the UK at all costs, maybe even relied on it. They seem to have misunderstood what the word union really means to everyone else...

  • James McNicol
    James McNicol 6 months ago

    As much as they can con out of May

  • JordanjamesX
    JordanjamesX 6 months ago

    Thank you for this exploring issues about this to affects the rich and poorer European countries.

  • Blue Loon
    Blue Loon 6 months ago

    Damn @ that graph. France and their bloody farm subsidies.

  • Araxiel
    Araxiel 6 months ago

    10:06 By which metric is Ireland followed by the UK the largest trading partner of the Netherlands? **Because that's just not correct.**
    It's Germany, their literal neighbour and largest economy in the EU, followed by Belgium, their other literal neighbour, with the UK being third on that list, with Ireland not even being in the top 15.
    Post your god-damn sources.

  • kabalder
    kabalder 6 months ago

    On the "what does Norway think" thing.. which was pretty random - why would anyone possibly care what the first "conservative" coalition government to survive a single term since the war thinks about anything..?
    The coalition, between the equally opinionless and positionless parties on the "right", commands a majority, though. So if anyone actually asked our ministers about the "official position", they'd realize very quickly that first of all, they don't have any official position. They don't know what that is, haven't discussed it, and don't have any interest in it. While any bureaucracy-positions falling back on a baseline of some sort also don't actually exist any longer, in favor of a vaguely articulated military plan involving the USA and the UK, and a fishery policy that seeks to undercut the UK and everyone else.
    Second, they'd realize that individual ministers in actual government parties at this time have all kinds of opinions about EU, which are perfectly aligned with Farrage and UKIP rather than even mindless nimrods like May. They want to "destroy" the EU, and "take back" power from "the faceless bureacracy of Brussels". These people are lauding hardliners on the extreme right in Poland and Hungary as the "last hope of Europe", while borrowing shamelessly from the scripts of the ex-Brexit campaigners in the UK, from Marine LePen in France, and from ministers so extreme that they are no longer "conservative" enough for the national assembly in Poland.
    In other words, you'll see very quickly that not only is the "EU-project should be carefully nurtured as our mutual agreements with it are essential for anything we do other than oil" policy gone - it is replaced by an anti-EU sentiment so strong it would seem too extreme for even the clean exit-people in Poland and Hungary. And to a certain extent, this "anti-EU" sentiment, if you can call it that, on the same level as you can call the UK "pro Brexit", is actually reflected in parliament as well. I.e., one wants to exit - like May - but one also wants all the benefits and trade agreements. They also want the free labor, and the way to push the lower rung of the wages under the floor. Just without the whole public problem of being an actual member of the EU, because that rankles the "stout and independt norse" asshole without education and any damned sense, knowledge or reasoned thought.
    Um. Anyway. So if you wanted, and got, a response from a government source now - realize that you're either getting a nonsense, no policy at all type of answer from UDI. Or else you're getting a softened "crazy minister's office official thoughts, as interpreted by a secretary that barely understands the implications of international law on any subject" type of answer. In either case, you would not get an official, reasoned answer, because none of that actually exists.
    This is incidentally also what you tend to get from Sweden, and which is why you get these seemingly contradictory elements - the foreign office needs to maintain the existing policies. But the government as it is (read: still in flux) has potentially ministers in them with the same reasoned and logical approach that our ministers have (which is none at all, and straight into Farrage territory).

    • kabalder
      kabalder 5 months ago

      +Adam Chasing Just saying that that is a possible interpretation, with the government possibilities with SD being discussed. It'd be extremely easy for someone reading about this to say: oh, I see, so there's two sides to that story, is it! Hmm!
      Sweden escaped this in actual government, narrowly, this time around - unlike us in Norway, who have Frp in the government majority coalition. And this is why we actually have ministers now, and official spokespeople, who are about as anti-EU as Trump. Who.. good gods.. got invited as a courtesy to participate in fishery discussions, and essentially declared war on Russia, the UK, and the EU countries they could name, thanks to their assistant's google searches.
      Thankfully everyone simply decided to ignore the moron and just put the thing on wait until someone reasonable turned up. But these are real people, with real power, in positions that normally would be associated with comptetent representatives.
      In any case - the relevant part here is that the people who vote for these fuckers do in fact tend to hold, predictably, very curious anti-EU stances. Among other kinds of curious views. That are contradictory, don't follow any kind of party line, logic or otherwise reasonable thought. But nevertheless these people are legion enough that Norway has a government with these people in it, and Sweden was less than a couple of %-points away from doing the same in the last election. I.e., having a conservative party leading a coalition government, to turn the tide in the last Soviet states, etc. Where securing a majority between the conservative parties basically becomes dependent on including, in this case, SD.
      So the path from "ok, we know you exist, and we don't care", to "an implicit majority depends on placating crazies" is in fact very short, both in Norway and Sweden - simply because the other conservative parties are quite prepared to cooperate with the populist and sometimes quite extreme right, if that can give them the opportunity to avoid negotiating with people who actually care about compromise and political handwork.
      Not completely unlike the rhetorical synergy between Farrage, UKIP and the Tories over the Brexit problematic. The Tories hate them, they think they're mad, they don't agree with anything they believe in, and would be happy to bury everything they might achieve in a heartbeat - but they create engagement, and they bring voters if you just bring out the rhetorical flails and shout a lot. So the Tories still would be on their "side", rather than with Labour, or something like that. Because they can't be used in the same way. And then, oops, you're sort of ending up actually being forced into doing something fairly serious that you're not actually for in any way at all, whatsoever.

    • Adam Chasing
      Adam Chasing 5 months ago

      You lost me on Sweden. All Swedish parties except for SD and VP are pro EU (some more than others) so I don't know how you're getting mixed signals from Sweden on this subject.

  • Munich FX
    Munich FX 6 months ago

    No deal is best for the EU.

  • Savage User
    Savage User 6 months ago

    You have explained much more better than the BBC and the politicians

  • Taxtro
    Taxtro 6 months ago

    Brits don't want out, they want special priviledges as always.

    JOMOGO 6 months ago

    the only problem I see in the EU is the amount bureaucracy and money not spend on the thing it should be spent on so that the economy of the poorer countries becomes better instant the money is gone and nothing is improved. I think many of the richer countries fear that it is an endless black hole where money goes.

  • mido diaky
    mido diaky 6 months ago


  • MòriCìri
    MòriCìri 6 months ago +2

    UK & Portugal will forever be friends regardless of outcomes.

  • kernow trebartha
    kernow trebartha 6 months ago

    It's ALL about Money and self-interests.

  • daniel webb
    daniel webb 6 months ago

    Am a little confused why any country would be worried about losing the UK's budget contribution. Thought all the leave stories about sending over huge contributions were all lies?
    Or is it actually true = 12bn NET = 2p of all income tax rates

  • daniel webb
    daniel webb 6 months ago

    As close to a neutral video on the topic as anything can be. Wow. Was not expecting that. Thanks

  • Dean Nilvalli
    Dean Nilvalli 6 months ago +13

    You use the term EX Pat to refer to British immigrants in Spain. Why, then, are people from other countries referred to as "immigrants", when they do the exact same thing? Clearly there is a difference not in denotation, but in connotation, which this video exploits. This is referred to as a double standard, a form of bias. This shows a lack of professionalism on the part of the makers of this video.

    • mel obrien
      mel obrien Month ago +1

      PC snowflake moron.

    • Mark Simpson
      Mark Simpson Month ago

      Expat normally means they used to be in the army

    • K M
      K M Month ago +1

      Very true! It's very common for white people/countries to do that. But these British immigrants are just that, immigrants who have moved for work or other reasons... Just as the Polish or Romanian are expats working in the UK.

    • Jay M
      Jay M Month ago +2

      The difference is they're white

  • uzzobb
    uzzobb 6 months ago

    Could somebody explain this to such a dummy as myself:
    if around 18m brits visit spain each year, how is it that they are contributing 13.3billion EUR? That would mean a net contribution of about 700million each.

  • del trotts
    del trotts 6 months ago

    Tell em all to f**k off...
    Jonny foriegners.:............