Anonymous asked in News & EventsCurrent Events · 1 year ago

How long until we see the effects of Brexit?

We are in some phoney war phase - when will we see the effects - good or bad?

10 Answers

  • 1 year ago

    It depends on what you mean by "effects", plague of giant man eating Frogs, half our motorways near the channel ports being used as a giant lorry park, food shortages in the shops, no clean running water, drug shortages, civil strife on the Irish border, I don't know its hard to say, as allot depends on these up and coming trade talks with the EU as no doubt there will be some winners and losers, who and by how much is anybodies guess. 

    Whatever the effects that Brexit has on Britain will for most people be long and drawn out.

  • Anonymous
    1 year ago

    We already are.

    I spoke with a couple of estate agents who said that they are selling properties at record speeds.

  • 1 year ago

    Trouble at'mill already happening: One of the UK's Brexit-mad MEPs has been moaning about the lack of influence the UK will have over the EU after the end of this month. The MEP fears that they will use the long transition period to wreck the UK's fishery industry. That's why Farage wanted an instant leaving of the EU.

  • 1 year ago

    The EU have said they won't start talks till the end of Feb after their "half-term" break. 

    This will give Boris the perfect opportunity to blame them for dithering when he and the Nasty Party, by dint of their usual fudge, fumble and furcup, fail to arrive at any semblance of a favourable deal by the end of the year! THAT'S when the Brexshit hits the fan big-time and it is NOT going to be good!

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  • 1 year ago

    did William Rees-Mogg say  it will be 50 years ?

    So will be pushing up daisies by then, 

    oh well at least the next generation will get the benefits.

  • Anonymous
    1 year ago

    we are already seeing and hearing it the Moaning ( Remoners) have gone quiet

    as For GM Vauxhall Ford and GM are in trouble at Home they have already closed down in Australia now GM Fords only sell Fully Imported cars Like Re badged GM with Holden Badges

    Yet BMW/RR/Mini have expanded Both Plants in the UK 

     I don't Buy food from these Countries and if any food has the halal sign on it it gets put back one the shelf so i can soon find the eu barcodes and not buy them

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  • Jack H
    Lv 7
    1 year ago

    You'll see the first, minor effects within three months, but, as you haven't actually left yet, not much more for about a year, if Boris does what he says (which I doubt) then by this time next year you will start to see the downward slide, good luck...

  • Anonymous
    1 year ago

    We have already suffered as a result of the Brexit uncertainty, investment stalled and there have been ongoing currency fluctuations.  The final outcome will depend on the trade deals secured and how long it takes to secure them.  To get a quick deal with the EU the UK will have to commit to what is effectively the status quo.  The non EU trade deals will be interesting as the UK will lack the scale of the single market as leverage.   

    Long term the viability of the union in its current form is likely to be under scrutiny in Scotland and the Six counties. 

  • Biff
    Lv 7
    1 year ago

    Trade deals must be secured with the EU and elsewhere so it won't be until the end of the year that things will become clearer. But the government's declared intention to abandon EU regulations could drive some industries, notably the car industry, to cut or end production in the UK before then. Vauxhall's Ellesmere Port car plant could be an early victim.

  • Anonymous
    1 year ago

    We haven't left yet. 

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