We never should underestimate the power of the common man.
We know that the common man really voted for immigration, and the majority probably not for the intended Brexit.
We live in England and arguably around 2/3’s voted to leave (I am mindful of the rest of the UK’s decision) where is the party.
“But what is done cannot be undone and now we have to get on with making our new relationship with Europe work as well as possible.”
Elsewhere, ECB Governing Council member Francois Villeroy de Galhau warned that London’s financial centre is at risk of losing its prized “EU PASSPORT”, which banks rely on to operate across Europe’s capital market.
“There is a precedent, it is the Norwegian model of European Economic Area, that would allow Britain to keep access to the single market but by committing to implement all EU rules,” he said.
Well even the Norwegian model looks a bit sh!te.
“It would be a bit paradoxical to leave the EU and apply all EU rules but that is one solution if Britain wants to keep access to the single market.”
I can’t remember this sh!te making it into Brexit, the Norwegian model. What the Norwegian’s don’t even care to speak on their deal.
Business world reacts to Brexit vote as Britain’s EU Commissioner Lord Hill announces resignation
We don’t even have any oil or gas wealth fund, Norwegian model my @rse. They apparently have the largest investment fund in the world, they are so wealthy it doesn’t matter what EU regulates as law for them.
Norway to regulate $850 billion fund’s tax haven exposure-lawmakers | The Fiscal Times
FT Alphaville | FT Alphaville – Market Commentary – FT.com
I’ve played a lot of cricket in my time, out means out, even if it was a decision made from the third umpire.
Start spending to save our country, or if not this time we can blame the Brexit’ers for our demise, don’t worry we always have some one to blame.