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mittyri
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Russia,
2016-11-11 21:03

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 EMA: London isn’t giving up [Off Topic]

Dear all,

a little Friday's off topic regarding brexit and EMA
Brexit Makes Drug Agency the Most Sought After Regulator in EU

Kind regards,
Mittyri
Helmut
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Vienna, Austria,
2016-11-11 21:21

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 EMA: London isn’t giving up

Hi mittyri,

funny:

“London isn’t giving up. George Freeman, the chairman of Prime Minister Theresa May’s policy board, said in October that the U.K. will pitch to keep the EMA.”

Good luck.

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nobody
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2016-11-14 11:21

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 EMA: London isn’t giving up

Absolutely braindead, Theresa! And therefore absolutely state-of-the-art, nowadays!

General concept: If there is not much to negotiate claim nonsense (the trashy the better), so you have at least SOMETHING to talk about.

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Beholder
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Russia,
2017-04-07 08:43

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 EMA: London isn’t giving up

» a little Friday's off topic regarding brexit and EMA

Hi all,

Little continuation.

Best regards
Beholder
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