Not like the government is stock piling food or anything.
Ration books. Blitz spirit. That’s what they voted for.
14 posts • joined 30 Jul 2013
"He is where he needs to be. He was frozen out of the brexit negotiations even after being the reason for a referendum and one of the few sources on the EU with a clue, so he is still the MEP, and will be until the democratic vote is honoured. No matter how much Junker may hate it."
He's still an MEP. And the democratically elected government is dealing with the exit - I'm not sure how you can say someone who isn't an elected member of the House of Commons (part of the democracy deficit argument) could possibly contribute? He isn't a member of the government, he's not a member of the House of Commons, he isn't qualified as an expert in economics or anything else - on what basis is that being frozen out?
I have 3 companies with enough turnover to make it worthwhile and we will be moving hq as a minimum to Ireland or Holland
Most of those I talk to with options are making plans to not be based in England if this farce concludes
None of us are waiting for section 50 to be raised let alone any negotiations
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