ChatterBank1 min ago
94% Of Small And Medium Size Businesses Report That Brexit Has Made Trade Harder Than Ever
SME’s provide half of all jobs in the country; the Brexit impact includes reducing staff levels or closing down completely.
My mate Phil explains more in the video.
Someone (not me) responded to the video with the following message:-
Over the last seven years, I've been compiling a list of all the benefits of Brexit to the UK, as and when they became apparent. To date, the list is indistinguishable from a blank sheet of paper.
Allelujah, praise the Lord!
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Brexit hasn't damaged business. Like any change there is a disruptive period which capable professionals manage and those bumbling along clueless find difficult. It is incompetence that causes those individuals difficulty. Tbe rest settle down to the improved situation.
Besides while the economy is important it pales into insignificance next to sovereignty and being master of one's own destiny.
On the contrary. In the EU our say was so minimal without a veto that we effectively had zero say and were dictated to. Outside of the EU we have to follow no rules thst we don't agree with. Naturally any agreement requires compromise, but some seem to fail to understand that, or the fact that we need not sign any agreements we don't wish to sign (but that's more of an EU trick when it's busy cutting off it's own nose to spite someone else's face).