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Subject:  Re: UK government to exporters: Setup EU presenc Date:  1/26/2021  12:05 AM
Author:  jaagu Number:  610758 of 619430

Is this attitude going to change suddenly because of a new administration? From the earlier article:

... In a further blow to the government’s idea of “global Britain” after Brexit, the chances of signing a swift UK/US trade deal also appeared to be ebbing away after President[]’s nominee for Treasury Secretary, Janet Yellen, made clear the president had other more pressing domestic economic priorities than international trade deals. ...


UK is going to suffer for years to come. The UK economies will be doing poorly, and when they see France and Ireland economies doing well the people in the UK will cry "bloody hell" and boot out the conservatives and labor pro-Brexit crowd from leadership.

Scotland may have a vote to leave the UK and actually leave the UK and join the EU due to economics. Northern Ireland may also see the benefits of the EU economy and join Southern Ireland to form a United Ireland.

Then England and Wales may then come begging to rejoin the EU, and the EU will allow them to rejoin.

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