Here it begins. This is no scaremongering. The contingencies that banks had in place in the event of Brexit are now getting triggered. If the number the bank I work for is any comparison, I won't be surprised if we see double digit percentage figures in job losses in the banking sector as these are moved to the likes of Paris and Frankfurt.
Some reasons: well any guy with a hook and one eye can still appeal to the European Court of Human rights, so no change there, and France will now be flinging us all the refugees contained in their camps to sort out ourselves. Own goal take 2. As for elsewhere 'life goes on, holidays go on' well f me. You must have been in a comma or a civil service job while the last, most recent recession crawled by. Brexit is imo a monumental financial disaster. And if anybody thinks Boris will lay down his cricket bat long enough to reallocate our erstwhile EU net contribution fairly around the country the laughs on you, except the laughs on all of us. Just my opinion of course and while it's *******s to some thankfully UKIP isn't in charge, yet. I'm seriously still hoping Thursday's result was a Bobby Ewing moment and I shouldn't have eaten the cheese.
Delta, hope your well, couple of points..Dont recall Brexit having anything to do with the Koran, as those who have there own places of worship for the koran have been here long before the EEU was set up.As some one who grew up in the farming world, lets say my family benefitted by growing nothing on large parts of the land, payments were made, still are made and belive me they surpass anything we could have grown on the land..No drought, or waterlooged fields, destroyed wheat mattered. A payment made from the EEC and nothing spent, no labour costs. It was a gift for doing nothing..Now the reality is farmers free ride is over and I am pleased, as I never agreed with it, now they have no free hand outs, and will have to spend money, and know that there is atleast a 50% chance they will not get a return. Fish quotas are part of a worldwide policy and throwing them back, was always pointless, only a fishing ban would preserve fish stocks.
Everyone will have there view and can only base it on experience , I prefered to be for my kids, who are well traveled and embrace cultures world wide. Both will emmigrate as they have no real future here, and thats there choice..I am pleased the Boarder now reverts from Calias to Dover, and no doubt we can get rid of the chunnel as well.. Scotland as the right to call to join Europe, its not part of England, no one can overule that if they choose to vote that way. Good luck to Boris and Gove, but I expect them both to slink off to there homes offshore, neither have the bulls to take on activating the clause to leave Europe.. Business will move to Dublin, and that started in 1996/97 and will increase and thats great for the Irish economy , winners and losers, , time will tell.
Well now we will all suffer together. But perhaps the more needy section of the society will suffer the most. Many of the EU laws / regulations were the result of strongly socialist ideas. Once we unwind those and revert back to what it was before .... I think it will give the capitalists something to cheer. So be it. Deep down I am a capitalist at heart. But sad to see that it will be the needy section of the society who will pay the price of this foolhardy nationalist ideas.
No democracy is the outvoted losers accepting that the majority have decided our countries course of action and we all play a part making it work ! That's democracy per se ... Funny how you losers don't want to play now rofpmsl !! Boris and Gove will do no worse than the spineless Cameron who got a vote of no confidence from the majority ! So what if we struggle a bit , so what I ask again ! Grow a Ferkin pair and accept we don't want our grandchildren reading the Koran or we don't like throwing tons of fish caught back in to the sea or we don't like the idea of our farmers getting paid not to grow stuff so other countries can grow them and sell on to us to prop up their economies !! Bring it on I say bring it on ! The biggest bravest decision ever made by the British public and I salute my brothers and sisters from south of the border who made this possible !
Why are all the Leave leadership looking so miserable. Cameron has decided not to enact Article 50 and the next leader will have this lose lose on the neck - no surprises that Boris is so miserable. He will have to carry the can for the end of UK.
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