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Old 26.11.2019, 07:25
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Re: The Brexit referendum thread: potential consequences for GB, EU and the Brits in

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At some point in the next ten to fifteen years there will be a a great shortage of psychologists and counseling services in the UK as people have to deal with reality.

Dictate trade policy and tariffs, only in the BREXITEERS little heads.... junior partners donít get to dictate any thing, they get to turn up, get told what is on offer, get to decide if the want it and if they are really lucky get a few face saving measures like deciding on if the entire of the UK stays in the customs union or not. Thereís the EU trade deal to come, the US, China, India..... eventually reality will start to dawn on the likes of Tony... and heaven help certain politicians when it does.
Poor Switzerland, poor Australia, poor Canada, how do they possibly manage without the comfort blanket of the EU looking after their every needs? Whilst there is a debate to be had, itís the absolutism in one argument over the other I canít abide.

Perhaps in 10-15 years some EU member states will also need counselling once they realise the impact the UK had in applying the buffers to The EU federalist ambitions? Or once qualified majority voting is introduced and the smaller nations have to act on French and German wishes?
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