The way things are turning out right now…is shameful…2 years ago we should of got out straight away…2 wasted years for What…NOTHING…Lets leave and then see what happens…All this scaremongering is totally out of order..
The government is “legally” obligated to complete Brexit and the attempts to frustrate it will only further divide the nation. Once this is done we will then judge the “real” response from the other EU member states. it will not take long for them to come back to the negotiation table in order seek access to the UK market.
We should of got out once the vote was first made, with our heads held high.
Then decided with which countries we wanted to deal with…The people have vote and that’s it.. Mrs May should of had the guts to stand up and pull the plug. Out means out…not half in half out…it’s a total disgrace..
I voted to stay but respect democracy and as such think we need to get on with things. I personally don’t believe or take any notice of the posturing from MP’s who think “they could do a better job” we all have to respect people wish and get on with things NOW!
What’s next for Boris after resigning as Foreign Secretary? https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-politics-44772804Johnson resignation letter and May reply Boris Johnson says the prime minister’s plans would mean Britain taking on “the status of a colony”.
Two years after the EU referendum vote and debate is still raging as to what post-Brexit Britain will look like. For those who were too young to vote, now is the time to make your voice heard and have a say on Brexit before it is too late.
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I reckon they will still come providing the policy makers don’t turn higher education into the ways of secondary education and kill the uniqueness of British uni’s with stultifying bureaucracy (cf David Graeber) and thereby destroy the value and differentiation we have. There is the threat of rising Chinese and Indian universities but whether they…[Read more]