Well then no, you haven't - you've cobbled together a series of links to things written by other people.I have done. Link above.
But I dont have to do anything to justify my asking a perfectly reasonable question.
Balls now very firmly in your court.
The disagree is because, as others have said, it's too early to ask that question.The OP asks a reasonable and topical question: what are the benefits?
If you cannot debate without being personal, I suggest you either refrain from posting or stick to the NAAFI.
Yes, but what about my OP?What do you mean by the UK ?
What specifically can go wrong, that can't go wrong within the comforting arms of Brussels ??
Brexit is an expected return to mobility and in a capitalist system, that which can adapt will thrive. I would also add our economy has needed rebalancing since the mid 90s and the reasons why it was kept tilted to the South East was exactly the fault of our membership in the EU.
Of course its answerable.And to answer the question, what a bone question, it’s unanswerable as Brexit hasn’t happened yet.
Ah, the old "I dont like that list so I'm going to ignore it" ploy.Well then no, you haven't - you've cobbled together a series of links to things written by other people.
More to the point, Brexit isn't finalised yet.
But you keep chipping away. I'm sure we'll be back in before we know it.
You are just whinging and whining over something we have no idea is going to happen, including the politicos, but being one of the largest economies in the world I hardly think that trade will cease both import and export, there is too much money at stake.Yes, but what about my OP?
Has he really ?
It has all been discussed to death on other Brexit threads.
That's fine and you may both be right.
So how did you go about selecting the last car you bought?So people esentially voted on a topic which should've said "it's too early to ask that question about the benefits of Brexit?"