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Re: Brexit
« on: Monday 29-Oct-2018, 18:12* »
I find it hard to see any tangible economic benefit from any form of Brexit. Every time I ask how things will be better the answer is either fantasy or simply not economically based. IMO the problems identified simply aren’t caused by the EU, could have been addressed whilst part of the EU, and certainly won’t be dealt with any differently/more easily post Brexit.

I’ve struggled to accept that people’s desire for Brexit is based on something more than economics. And that they are prepared to accept short term pain for something longer term. To me that makes no sense, looking at the facts.

I’d simply love to hear a proper rational argument for Brexit - how it will make us all more prosperous, with a brighter future than we have now. I find it incredibly tragic that no-one is able to articulate this better. If they did, and I caveat this by saying it must be reality based, they’d be Prime Minister. The country needs it.
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