filippos wrote:Was the referendum result binding on the government? I do note that in his resignation announcement that Cameron has already managed a delay, saying that he will not start any negotiations but will leave that for his successor. Can kicked down the road until about October. I wonder how the other EU countries will react. Offer a few fig leaves and suggest another referendum much as they've done with other countries previously?
peebee wrote:I think it is a great opportunity for the UK. The one thing I really object to, is the accusation by some people, that 52% of the UK electorate is racist.
mouche wrote:peebee wrote:I think it is a great opportunity for the UK. The one thing I really object to, is the accusation by some people, that 52% of the UK electorate is racist.
I tend to agree with, the figure is more like higher than lower, unfortunately!
Kilkis wrote:Personally, I would prefer to see markets determine migration rather than a command and control government with a points system. Warwick
Kilkis wrote:I can't wait to benefit from the improvement in the UK's economic position. I've already started looking at Ferraris.
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