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Old 27.06.2016, 12:12
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Re: The Brexit referendum thread: potential consequences for GB, EU and the Brits in

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You've never been divorced and this is like a divorce.
The moment you seperate, you're credit rating plummets and stays there until the financial settlement has been agreed.


Extended uncertainty is detrimental to our situation because there are so, so many other matters that need to be resolved and renegotiated, and can only be done once our position is certain.

Just as an example... The Open Skies Agreement

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/EU%E2%...kies_Agreement
Speaking of divorce

It's like the Bremainers think it's a no fault divorce.. but they indirectly caused this divorce too.

If more of the poorer people hadn't been left behind, they probably would have voted remain.

If you look at austerity

the poor are still struggling and the rich got richer, who exactly tightened their belts here and did without for the greater good?
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