City as I said earlier still a Parliament vote on Article 50 and a General Election even before the process starts. So not yet out. Let's see if Boris has the balls to lead this - how long will he last before a no confidence vote - 6 months is my guess. He's been check mated and he knows it.
Shake is there nothing good about EU? Leave have conceded that immigration cannot be fully stopped. If it could it would have already been for non EU immigrants. Can there be a compromise here. A points based immigration system but with limited access to social services until have paid in. This must apply to non-EU as well. If you are going to trade with rest of the world you must have some immigration - what if Chinese want their workers here for a big project they are funding? Question is what access will EU offer to markets for this compromise. Also if EU decide to go for a big reform program would it not make sense for UK to be part of that in some way?
Lee-what pathetic comments.So Digby Jones,James Dyson,Lord King etc are illiterate oiks.Lol.You don't know why I voted to leave.So interest rates go up-savers will be happy.Stockmarkets tend to do better when there are inflationary pressures in the economy.Even if base rates go up to,let's say 2%,not really a lot historically is it? It would make the pound stronger.I think the Remain camp need to think about democracy in action here.Once this breaks down,we are in unchartered territory. Let's see what happens when the Italian Banking system collapses. FH1-I take your point,but we now have Nato to control things and let's face it,it's EU involvement in other parts of the world which has caused many a crisis. I'm not here to go through a whole in/out debate again .That was last week.For Juncker to ask UKIP MEP'S "Why are you still here?",shows the arrogance of the man.They are there because for the time being they are still elected members of that parliament representing their constituents.
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