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Brexit Britain

Post by Admin on Thu Sep 15, 2016 12:15 am

While I was for staying put I could see the argument on both sides but I just can't help but think that many voted to leave the EU purely for immigration reasons, but some are very misled if they believe that immigration will decrease hugely or almost come to a stop, that's just not how things will work.

We will always have a need for skilled immigrants here , moreover when mainly the privileged are best placed in securing high paid employment , this in itself speaks of our education & social system.

But kudos to David Cameron at least for having the balls to offer a referendum on the issue, as much under pressure to do so as he was , but what lies ahead?, will we be levied with higher import/export taxes on our goods?, apparently in the wake of the leave result we again lost our credit rating, some say there is little to worry about and the Dyson firm are apparently feeling optimistic about the leave situation.

But I don't believe it will be so plain sailing , only time will tell I suppose, love him or loathe him, see him as uniting or dividing , David Cameron eventually delivered under much pressure.
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Post by Admin on Thu Sep 15, 2016 1:54 pm

But how I did cringe for that silly old man on the news after the Brexit result who said ' I've now got my country back' , did I miss something?

By the way he spoke, someone seek had taken his country from him, lol.

Very cringeworthy stuff indeed.
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