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Re: Second referendum, choices on the paper

By Nigel L29/11 23:12Thu Nov 29 23:12:24 2018In response to Second referendum, choices on the paper

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That's what is being angled for by St Theresa. The difficulty being that Brexit would then continue to consume our politics for many years to come while the new UK/EU trading agreement is negotiated. The deal would not be "the easiest in history" © Liam Fox. There would be at least one, probably two, general elections during this period.

Things would get very unpredictable. Maybe a realignment of our politics outside of the current two party system, or one of the major parties doing a volte face?

Steering a multinational is all about risk and reward, and, in some cases, being answerable to shareholders (if they show signs of kicking up about it). If considering an investment in the UK would you say "I'll go for it no matter which way it goes". Or invest elsewhere in an environment with less risk while the returns are more certain?

I can guess the answer to this one.

Edited by Nigel L at 23:15:51 on 29th November 2018

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