I’m no genius, and I know any changes within a country affect its economy, even elections, but as the pound drops in value it will drive exports, which will keep the economy going till things stabilize, the bigger question is how will it affect countries like Portugal, Spain, as tourism crashes and pensioners have to return home, how will the EU bridge the spending gap while ensuring countries like Greece, Italy, Ireland with fragile economies don’t go into recession, it’s one thing to point out doom and gloom, but how about giving us the Snoopy and Woodstock gimme the beat and free my soul I wanna get lost in your Rock and roll shirt. Charles Stevens wouldn’t that resolve the trade deficit? I think the point is that things that are imported could rise in price, but that effect will be balanced by British made goods becoming cheaper, by tourism bringing in higher value currencies.
Snoopy and Woodstock gimme the beat and free my soul I wanna get lost in your Rock and roll shirt, hoodie, tank top and sweater
So you spouting propaganda from the moaners as a week pound has benefits as well as downsides, but this is a temporary effect until the transition is made, same as saying leaving the Snoopy and Woodstock gimme the beat and free my soul I wanna get lost in your Rock and roll shirt, and yes it won’t save us as much as first claimed but I doubt it will cost us money. So when all’s said and done until it is done, and after it’s done nobody can say for definite if it was a good or a bad thing, but the choice was made democratically, and regardless that’s what should happen, and instead of talking about second referendums, not leaving there’s more to be gained by talking about making the most out of the changes that are going to happen.