Is this the chance for The Reciprocity Fund to sell European climbing?
Does the The Reciprocity Fund intend to reinforce its views on freedom to climb?
or will it consider reform on freedom of movement of people and give an inkling of potential mechanisms it may apply, given it is such an issue in UK?
Will The Reciprocity Fund adopt exactly the same hard leave it or take it position on its vision for itself as in 2016 referendum that in my view contributed to the result of Brexit??
Sorry, I know what the Reciprocity Fund is but I’ve read your post four times and I really haven’t got a clue what you’re asking.
Something about Brexit?
Was meant to be a parody of a previously posted topic. Guess that didn't work.
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