Why don't you think it will happen?
, the very poorest members of society always suffer when the shit hits the fan, the poorest regions of the uk did well out of europe,
So are you saying that the magnificent people at the helm of the EUSSR in their kindness decided to give the poorer regions of the UK the money to improve their lives?
Sorry, but the money our dear benevolent "friends" of the EUSSR just gave us back some of the 13, 4 billion we paid into that corrupt club every year, but told us where we should spend it - dictatorship veiled in kindness.
[bSo i think when the second]refferundum comes around the whole thing will get back heeled by a public who will hopefully be a bit more clued up about the actual implications of this process.
There will be NO second referendum despite the underhand funding of Miller Soubry Adonis et al, by the billionaire Hugarian - American Soros funding the anti Brexit groups in order to maintain HIS growth of billions.
[b]They say Brexit is like a divorce, well during a divorce you split things, so for example, the house, the woman gets everything inside and the man gets everything outside. How many people do you know who are happy with their divorce, probably 50% the same number who voted to leave or stay in europe. [/b
In a divorce yes you are correct, so when will the UK get its share of the value of the assets of the EUSSR and the £billions in the bank accounts?
I think if you want to abandon trading with our nearest geographical Neighbour’s, that’s fine, but surely it’s going to be hard to pay these uk workers the same rate of pay whilst absorbing the costs of exporting goods to Australia and the back of beyond?
Who said we should abandon trading with the EUSSR - not me. WTO terms will actually be of financial benefit to the UK, but may seriously harm the workers of the EUSSR companies exporting to the UK.
As far as shipping costs are concerned, when I was involved in CC and International trade, we could buy 40 foot containers to China for 200 US dollars, + CAF and BAF whereas a 13.5 metre trailer to Dublin cost approx £700.
Paying UK workers ( something very close to your heart) could very well improve with greater productivity and industrial growth.
This farce of a negotiation has been dragging on for too long with the UK playing the role of supplicant.
No matter what the UK offers the EU, they will move the goalposts again and again to try and force us into staying.
It’s time to walk away and prepare for WTO rules using the money we save from leaving the EU to support business and services during the adjustment period. Having formally left there will be a greater incentive for the EU to enter trade talks without imposing preconditions or adopting a threatening stance in an effort to punish the UK.
It is time to call the EU's obvious bluff. Walk away from the negotiations. The EU member states will quickly turn on each other, and on Juncker and Barnier.
Wake up to the fact that we are dealing with a sullen group of socialists and Marxists who are anxious to keep their grubby lips firmly upon the UK taxpayers teat