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Old 29.12.2017, 13:00
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Re: The Brexit referendum thread: potential consequences for GB, EU and the Brits in

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Now one and a half years after the Referendum can you point to any real tangible Brexit benefits (end results) that we can all touch and feel.
The U.K. still hasnít left the EU, it will take years until the tangible benefits are visible. However, this all depends on the type of Brexit that takes place.

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To put it in a simple way in the EU new laws are drawn up by civil servants in Brussels then reviewed by both Houses of the UK Parliament, approved by the EU Parliament, the EU Commission and the Council of Europe.

After Brexit new UK laws will be drawn up by civil servants in Whitehall then approved by both Houses of Parliament and the Queen. I really do not see a big difference but I am open to being convinced.
The difference being that Civil servents will be drawing up legislation with only Britainís interests in mind. Not some Walloon dairy farmer, or some French Foie Gras producer or some German car manufacturer.
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