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What advantage is left in Brexit?
« on: July 31, 2017, 12:46:15 PM »
One wonders if those seeking Brexit are chasing ghosts, and like the Aesop's fable of the dog looking in a pool of water with a bone in its mouth, seeing another bone in the reflection in the water drops his bone into the water only to lose both.

One wonders what benefit Brexit will bring to immigration, as it was immigrants from Turkey as the gateway from the Middle East that Brexiteers feared, the ones who might be Muslim, not the European workers who contribute so much to the English economy. So Brexit in that direction doesn't cure the ill perceived by those who voted for it, and instead gives us a shot in the foot.

On the economic front, far from giving 350M a week to the NHS, Brexit's divorce bill will do quite the opposite and worse. . . .

And those who hoped that the UK would become a tax haven giving us the advantage of independence have had their hopes dashed too by Mr Hammond - https://www.thetimes.co.uk/article/we-won-t-be-a-tax-haven-after-brexit-says-philip-hammond-fd3ph9nwt so can anyone tell anyone what advantages are left to come out of a Brexit Britain?

They seem difficult to see. Like ectoplasm, elusive.

Will any politicians wake up to common sense?





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