Well the pound has lost 8% and I understand how high the taxes are in the UK and how high the CoL is especially in London. Now with the GBP down another 8%. What does this do to the purchasing power of the people? That would be an interesting question.valleyman wrote:Have been following the Brexit discussions very closely. Also, the US presidential campaigns. I read an article somewhere about the parallels and how the "right wingers" are taking over. In all these debates and discussions what I find strange is how the so called "liberals" are themselves so pig-headed and illiberal to accept any view that is contrary to their view of the world.
We had a so called right winger as the PM of India for the last 2 years. Contrary to the liberals and their fear mongering, he has been the best PM for India - ever.
I think a bit of control is not bad and UK(or whatever is left of it) will come out stronger. European business interests will force the EU leaders to settle for an amicable divorce. The sky is not going to fall!
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