After Brexit comes Wrexit

Well, well, well. After #Brexit comes Wrexit (according to The Sun Newspaper). The landmark decision yesterday by three judges in the High Court has far reaching consequences causing rethink and chaos in equal measure. Here’s a selection of what some people had to say in the aftermath of the decision. Mr Dos Santos is a…

Nigel Farage 3.11.16

Nigel Farage #said today:- “I worry that a betrayal may be near at hand. Last night at the Spectator Parliamentary Awards Dinner I had a distinct feeling that our political class, who were out in force, do not accept the 23rd of June Referendum result. I now fear that every attempt will be made to…

Sir Robert Peel 1846

A very perceptive comment made in 1846 which still seems particularly relevant today I trust the government will not resume the policy which they and we have found most inconvenient, namely the haggling with foreign countries about reciprocal concessions, instead of taking that independent course which we believe to be conducive to our own interests….

Daniel Korski 20.10.16

“Over the last couple of years, the EU — an extraordinary project of continental peacemaking and economic liberalization — has become increasingly distant from voters. It has struggled with the contradictions laid bare by the euro crisis and come up against the limits of its attraction, in Turkey and on its border with Russia. The…

The Brexit Process

With all credit to Citibank, we reproduce here their summary of the #Brexit process. eye-on-the-market Did you like this? Share it:Tweet

John Redwood 19.10.16

There is absolutely no need to pay money into the EU budget in order to import products from the EU. There is no need to trade freedom of movement for the exchange of goods. There is no need to spend two years sorting this out. If we rely on existing trade terms it could be…

Boris Johnson 16.10.16

Some confusion has arisen over the discovery of a Boris Johnson article written before the referendum. “everybody was trying to make up their minds”. “It’s perfectly true that I was wrestling with it, like a lot of people in this country, and I wrote a long piece which came down overwhelmingly in favour of leaving….

Nicola Sturgeon 15.10.16

“Make no mistake, the growth of our economy right now is threatened not just by the prospect of losing our place in the single market – disastrous though that would be. It is also the deeply damaging – and utterly shameful – message that the Tories’ rhetoric about foreign workers is sending. And the uncertainty…

Michael Gove 14.10.16

A strong message for the remainers! “For those determined to undo a result they did not anticipate, and still don’t understand, that means using the exercise of “parliamentary scrutiny” to delay or dilute the impact of the referendum verdict. It means continually seeking to delegitimise the people’s decision by attributing any manifestation of prejudice to…

BrexitEye – the concept

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