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@EmporersNewC on democracy, and why it doesn't mean we should Brexit
1. Hello Mr @OwenJones84, we’ve not met, but can I possibly have a moment of your time to talk about the EU referendum?

2. People tell me that if the result of the referendum is overturned, people will lost faith in democracy, and I couldn't agree more.
from:Twitter  politics  geo:UnitedKingdom  Brexit  democracy  journalism 
18 hours ago by owenblacker
Sleepwalking towards a chaotic Brexit
Sleepwalking towards a chaotic Brexit
https://www.ft.com/content/ad75838c-5011-11e7-a1f2-db19572361bb

“This foolish process has now set the UK on a path to a chaotic exit. Britain has long wanted to divide Europe. It is now uniting it, against itself. That is a strategic disaster. Moreover, on its own, its clout is limited. Already, it finds itself inhibited in its relations with Mr Trump’s US, for fear of retribution. In the trade deals that will matter, with the US, China, India or the EU itself, the UK will be a weak supplicant. It will have to accept what mightier partners demand.”
tory-party  brexit 
22 hours ago by craigryan
The harsh truths of Brexit
The correlation between the regions most economically dependent on the EU, and support for Brexit.
ukpolitics  brexit  eu 
yesterday by nwlinks
Twitter
RT : "You come to my country and knock my fucking pub down... all the way." The sort of abuse ins…
Brexit  from twitter
yesterday by mking007
Amber Rudd asks for analysis of EU migration – a year after referendum | Politics | The Guardian
“Our immigration policy has been governed by anecdote and scaremongering, rather than evidence, since the moment Theresa May set foot in the Home Office in 2010. The timing of this announcement shows the total lack of preparation and understanding that has typified this government’s attitude to Brexit so far.”
UK  Brexit  immigration 
yesterday by asterisk2a
NAFTA And Brexit Will Reshape Logistics Real Estate - Forbes
But former industrial areas and other secondary and tertiary logistics and industrial markets will be hurt by the political move toward greater protectionism, represented by the Trump administration's assertion that at some point it might look to renegotiate the terms of NAFTA — the U.S. trade agreement allowing tariff-free movement of goods between the U.S., Canada and Mexico — or alter the trading relationship with China.
this-week-393  Around-the-web  Matt  logistics  supply-chain  trump  government-policy  trade  trade-agreements  brexit  NAFTA 
2 days ago by areadevelopment

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