,people who voted out never new the full implications of what it entailed, REALLY?
Well that is somewhat of an insult to 17.4 million people. I knew totally what I voted for and so did everyone I spoke to that intended to vote out.
No more unfettered immigration, placing huge strains on Health Education and Housing.
No more being a member of a constricting protectionist Customs Union.
No more rules governing so many facets of UK life being handed down from unelected faceless bureaucrats.
No more EUSSR vessels decimating our fishing industry as it has for the past 40 plus years. Now that industry is on the brink of revival - it deserves it.
No more ridiculous CAP and CFP suiting incompetent unproductive French farmers and wealthy UK land owners like Remoaner Heseltine.
Rules that say dead fish must be thrown back into the water.
Ridiculous rules governing the height and width of a hedge row
you could not make it up if you tried!!
I remember working in Customs Clearance before the full single market, and you know what - goods were delivered on time, perishables arrived at RDC's in time, manufacturers had their component parts bang on JIT agreements and Dover or any other main entry port never became a huge car park unless of course the militant "sod you" French decided to blockade the Ports of Calais or Dunkerque..
I look around the shelves here in Aldi Lidl Morrisons Tesco at the fruit and veg and am amazed at the source countries such as Morocco Peru Chile Brazil and the prices are very competitive. Spain of course is stocked with more home grown produce as it is a different growing environment.
Remember there is an £80 billion trade deficit with the EUSSR, and there may possibly be near 1 million German car makers looking at losing their jobs, and the companies have been making loud noises in the direction of the Bundestag.
Mutti Merkel might get her coalition together to fight off the AfD.
OUT NOW with WTO rules and let them come running to London