By LAFFINGKNOME
2 years ago

Marchers against Brexit

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As Theresa May gears up to enact the triggering of Article 50 on this Wednesday coming anti - Brexiteers marched through London yesterday. Central London to be exact and the crowds were enormous as one marcher put it to show the world that not everyone in the UK was pro-Brexit.

This person was Russian - German Katya and her British husband Daniel who commented Brexit had shown a side of intolerance in Britain he thought that did not exist.

Katya also went on that she wanted the tolerant multi-cultural Britain back that existed before Brexit.

Despite Brexit going ahead from this Wednesday onwards, there is still resistance from remainers but what they hope to achieve now is best known only to them.

The march against Brexit yesterday took place against a backdrop of the 60th anniversary of the founding of the European project in Rome in 1957. All 27 remaining nations leaders were there apart from Theresa May and many said it was a sad day with the UK attending.

There will now be hard bargaining ahead as the UK and EU negotiate our way out. Jean-Claude Juncker told the BBC he was not bitter about the UK leaving and said talks would be conducted in a fair and friendly manner.

However, as a footnote, Juncker said the UK would be facing a £50 billion leave charge and what about the EU citizens here and Brits living in EU nations. Their plight is unknown right now and will no doubt be part of the negotiations. But it would appear Brits are taking citizenship in the nations in the EU they have settled in same as many Europeans living here are applying for British nationality.

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ze2000 This is how democracy works, what they are asking for would jeopardise the foundings of the british democracy.
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Bilston EU and Eurozone have become a golden cage. If Greece and the Greeks could have chosen Brexit they would be much better than what they are now.
What would have hsppened to British economy if it had been integrated also in the Eurozone, with no freedon of action for rhe Bank of England?
In that case, I don't think many people would be demanding to remain in the EU.
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LAFFINGKNOME Good points
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