We could never have imagined that confirmation of the failure of Brexit would come in the first 24 months of the actual exit of the European Union.
Data, trends are declining, businesses are closing, souffle cuts from Liberal audacity a fan of Britain’s exit from the European UnionThe further it fell, the more consolidated the European project removed from the middle of the stone in the shoe that prevented progress in a common project.
This week we saw the predictions of the Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development in which this was explained United kingdom you will get The biggest recession And the economic decline of the Group of Seven, and that growth in the coming years will be the smallest among them all. The UK will be ahead of many countries which are The only economy in the G7 which has not yet recovered to pre-pandemic levels. The first positive data will come in 2024 and it will be a ridiculous 0.2% growth.
Not only does the OECD foresee a bleak future, but the Bank of England and the Office for Budget Responsibility also believe that we are facing a major recession and crisis, and in fact they are less positive than the OECD.
We never thought the validation of a failed Brexit would arrive in the first 24 months of the actual EU exit.
The Mortgage pressure Families will suffer even more when the Bank of England rises again, reaching 1.5% (from 3% to 4.5%) in 2023, and the problems families already have will be exacerbated by energy prices and inflation above 11%. In the short and medium term. Savings are disappearing and many families will be in debt in the next couple of years.
Jeremy Hunt, honorary chief in the Sunak government as finance minister, is an expert on Selling lies or half-truths.
Mr Hunt is looking for the country with the highest rate of inflation or the country that has suffered the largest hike in interest rates and points his finger at one and the other to avoid talking about the fact that in a global comparison the UK has weakest case in the European environment.
Jeremy Hunt continues to bent on unpacking the economic ravages of Brexit, despite having all the data pinned to his desk Problems attracting workers Or lower exports by UK firms and expected slight improvement.
They leave realizing that economic partners on the other side of the English Channel have already been found new providers In other countries within the European Union, the barrage of offers of economic treaties with faraway countries never came and never will.
Brexit polls continue to show an increase in the number of people who regret the direction of their vote in the 2016 referendum.
Meanwhile, opinion polls on Brexit continue to show an increase in the number People who regret the meaning of their vote In that 2016 referendum that promised us independence and freedom that will increase the economic potential of the country… All the independence you want, but in exchange for a stagnation that will create a tail.
The Proceed with strikes More stoppages have been announced in various industries and nurses have just announced a strike for the 15th and 20th of December.
Staff at universities went on strike this week, and railroad workers, who had already been on strike for the past few weeks, announced they would strike at Christmas, just when more families would count on their service.
more than 150 thousand officials They voted to strike against a government in a race to try to reduce the number of employees in ministries and public institutions despite the problems that reducing the number of workers in the public sector would cause to the population.
The teachers and educators Elementary and high schools are also voting to strike, and Postal Service employees have already gone on strike for several days, including Black Friday.
The Fire service Instead of putting out this fire, he is considering adding more wood to the fire Some blows spread In a country in crisis that has many of us looking to our future in a place that seemed like the perfect place to live and continue working.
The invention of non-immigrant terminology just shows the stratification practiced by a large part of its population and it is very good that it is emerging
And Will Hill, a British native, would leave his girlfriend, Ida Boglund-Larsen, author and boyfriendless, in Denmark, because Will was unaware that Brexit didn’t just mean taking away freedom of movement for him. European citizens In the direction of the United Kingdom, but also withdrew from the British who thought they could still do whatever they liked in the EU. Will Hill will have to apply for a visa And perhaps he could continue his life in Denmark, where he was staying… They are asking the same thing of him as we European citizens are being asked of us in the United Kingdom.
Another Briton with the same problems, Philip Russell, has the courage to ask the British government to “condemn the Danish behaviour” and even, unaware of the British Home Office’s impotence, ventures that “Denmark is using the inefficiency of the immigration system itself as a pretext to deport British citizens”.
he goes The air of British supremacy evaporated And they are realizing that as much as they like to use the term “expats” to define themselves, little by little, they are realizing that there are no expats but immigrants… like the rest. offset conditions Not to use immigrants It only shows the stratification practiced by a large part of its population, and it is very good that it shows the difficulties they suffer when they want to move to live in the European Union, leaving their privileges when they leave their country.
The winter will be long. Perhaps the economic winter will continue beyond 2024, and then we will see what consequences the population will have to pay while the economic elites continue to play with the country as if they are playing a game of Monopoly.
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