- Alan HLv 71 year agoFavourite answer
Attempting a hard Brexit will split the Tory Party
The only sensible option is a confirmatory vote
- CowboyLv 61 year ago
That's not a realistic way to describe what's going to happen.
- 1 year ago
I hope not
- Warren TLv 71 year ago
I HAVE MY DOUBTS BECAUSE MOST OF THE POLITICIANS ARE AGAINST IT
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- coolLv 61 year ago
Yes of course.
The Irish border issue is a staged hoax, the IRA are government agents used to demonise the Irish. They are demonised for their family values and opposition to circumcision. (Over 100 boys were killed due to circumcision in the UK during the 1940s)
Electronic pre clearance will ensure that borders will function as usual and there will be few delays. There are delays even at Schengen area borders, so it is hypocritical to pretend that any delay is some unforgivable catastrophe.
The food we import will be unchanged in quality. Countries do not export, companies export, which means the relevant food companies will not want to lose a major market.
Trade deals will be easy, if we can convince foreigners to pay thousands to hear PowerPoint presentations under the guise of ‘university’ then we will have no problem selling luxury cars/ fashion as we currently do.
- MordentLv 71 year ago
It won't even BE Britain within a few years of Brexit. Scotland will leave immediately, and Northern Ireland not long after.
- Donnie DoomLv 41 year ago
No, they are more likely to succeed if they remain EU's cash cow.
- Anonymous1 year ago
Succeed at what?
- NathanLv 61 year ago
Britain is a much better country to be in than America. I’m an American and my country is totally messed up.
- 1 year ago
No it hasn't happened and never will
- BillLv 71 year ago
No. The British government doesn't want it and the EU will not let any of their slave states leave.