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Can you reasonably argue with Boris Johnson?



Did Emmanuel Macron release the ballast?  Are French fishermen guaranteed?  In the conflict over fishing between it and the United Kingdom, the French government finally decided not to bar British ships from unloading their cargo in French ports.  On Tuesday morning at 1 Europe, Catherine Ney presented her analysis of the results of a sensible meeting between Emmanuel Macron and Boris Johnson.


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Did Emmanuel Macron release the ballast? Are French fishermen guaranteed? In the conflict over fishing between it and the United Kingdom, the French government finally decided not to bar British ships from unloading their cargo in French ports. On Tuesday morning at 1 Europe, Catherine Ney presented her analysis of the results of a sensible meeting between Emmanuel Macron and Boris Johnson.

Damn, the Franco-British soap opera for fishing has one more episode. President Emmanuel Macron And the British Prime Minister Boris Johnson On Sunday in Italy, for half an hour in Rome they looked at each other intelligently, to find a solution From Brexit to a fishing-related conflict between them. On the morning of Europe 1, Catherine Ney presented her analysis of the results of this meeting on Tuesday. The head of state spoke about the “gradual development” of the talks, while Boris Johnson described the debate as “transparent”, especially about fish. “Evidence that it should have been heated, but the situation has not changed,” Catherine Ney said.

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Emmanuel Macron and Boris Johnson met in Rome on Sunday for half an hour without witnesses and without a camera. Was there a loud voice? Mystery. On the French side, grievances against this bad ally are growing: The case of submarines sold to Australia And above all, disregarding fishing contracts when there were dozens and dozens of hours of discussions before signing. But at the end of the day, 200 licenses for our boats are still missing. France previously had 500, which means the fishing industry will be high.

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The British criticize the French for not restricting borders to prevent immigrants from landing. Except for the fact that Great Britain a few days ago refused to provide the promised 60 60 million in aid to France. Gerald Dormann had to fight to get them. At the end of their meeting, we heard a more paradoxical stereo. Emmanuel Macron spoke of the ‘gradual evolution’ of the talks, while Boris Johnson said of the fish, ‘the debate was open’. Evidence that it was heated. But the situation has not changed.

Boris Johnson makes the English laugh and comments with him

Was Emmanuel Macron guaranteed? Is already satisfied. As of Monday, there were 49 licenses for French fishermen released in the waters around Jersey. Can she comb her hair with her pillow and reasonably argue with Boris Johnson, who has an unpredictable bizarre temperament? He can say anything, but he makes the English laugh, they like it. One of the British jokes. If the election takes place tomorrow, he will be re-elected. Labor is too much. He has no resistance, but he is a big liar. He assured the British fishermen that there would be no European fishermen after Brexit. However, there is always.

Brexit owns 80% of the press. The British wanted to leave Europe: it was a sovereign choice, though some regretted it. But the word ‘Brexit’ is banned in the press. The British were not Europeans’ interpretation of the treaties. They did not respect it, and today, they place the disorder of the country, the calls to regulate the economic reality as a result of their will, primarily on the backs of Europeans and French. The British press is unleashed against us as always. In Times, France is still considered a ‘second zone country’ with only ‘historical jealousy and hysteria and nervous crises’ in its arsenal.

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As Boris Johnson does domestic politics above all else, the question is: will he, in his opinion, submit to French pressure on fishing? Or respect contracts?