ES: Welcome to post-Brexit Britain where UK firms still come last
Evening Standard reports: At last, Brexit appears to be ironed out, and we can move on. ...
Anyone that has been following the Brexit debate in the UK will know that the arguments (conducted mostly between warring factions of the same political party) have been largely absurd, based on little more than fear and loathing. Neither side – particularly those favouring Brexit, which, frankly, is a complete unknown – seems to have much, if any factual evidence showing what would happen if the UK did leave the EU. Here Tuscor Lloyds looks at the issues for shipping and asks readers what they think. So far, the Tuscor tally is 68% to remain in the EU… For those of you outside the UK not blessed with a vote, now is your chance.
A poll on Thursday showed a 20% chance of the UK leaving EU.
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