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Old 10.11.2018, 11:27
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Re: The Brexit referendum thread: potential consequences for GB, EU and the Brits in

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You can't get behind a Governement who does not know what they want, and are totally divided on how to go forwards. You can't get behind a Government fightint the best deal that does not exist - and when no deal can never be as good as the deal we have now. If you truly feel, backed with evidence from many sides, that what your Governement is doing will be massively damaging for the country-you have to do everything you can to stop it. Even and more importantly, when it is clear that the the poorest in society who were lied to hugely to push them to vote for what will literally make them even much worse off- then you have to fight.
Quite right - Now I know the Brexits have slapped down the opinion of an avalanche of esteemed
organisations in the past like the IMF, the OECD and even their very own Bank of England, the
Treasury and the National Audit Office along the lines of 'well they would say that being Lackeys
of the EU and in cahoots with the CBI' but even several leading Economists including this
Nobel laureate prize economist who reckons there's Zero chance that Britons will be any
better off, than if they remained in the EU.


Independent - Brexit: Zero chance that leaving the EU will make Britons better off
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