London bankers want special deal to keep jobs in London. Lads if you're out you're out and jobs go to Paris, Frankfort or Dublin etc... Time you started to understand harsh new pain of Brexit. I hope we have referendum on any new deal between EU and UK...
Well commentated Torquay! Free money is a fallacy. Access to money is a reality. Via the EU platform smaller members (and newer members) have benefitted from the capital markets of the 2nd largest economy in the world, lower rates, longer borrowings and the strength of a single currency, the Euro. Under their respective previous regimes they were fragmented, disjointed economies, hammered into a second class living by the Americans who strode the world with their fat USD, ensuring that all others remained subjects. All that has changed and the EU stands strong within itself as does China and as does the hard working economies of SE Asia. To those countries within Europe who chose the easy life while the EU was building, to those politicians in those countries that stole and corrupted the system, the time has come to pay. Toss out the corrupt, have little sympathy for those who chose not to work and let those countries apply themselves to a greater union going forward. To those that don't make it, toss them out in due course. Classic amongst the case studies of success from humble beginnings is Ireland, followed by Spain. Unworthy founders, Italy...a case study in laziness, corrupt politicians and weak systems. Greece so long a picture of corruption and ineptitude may be the new case study in resurection. Stay in or get out and drop 50% of your wealth may have been the message to finally strike home. We will see. As for England, what can one say....walking away from success that they contributed 40 years to. Simply crazy...a case study in madness to be analysed going forward. They too can learn.
Just read your extended post. Very good and agree with it. In Worthing my UK base in Rowlands Road a year ago we counted 40 empty shops. Interestingly on a recent visit this was down to 24. So going in the right direction. In Italy the reverse is the case. the Euro was no doubt very good for Ireland but Tenerife culture for business is better than most as I found when in business. O'Leary is a wonderful example.
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