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  • Buy-to-Let

    TM resigns - Brexit - what next?

    Following TM's resignation, what are the predictions and odds for -

    A Brexit deal

    Hard Brexit

    No Brexit

    General election

    Labour government

    Increase in interest rates

    Also predictions for next Conservative leader

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    BoJo will do his best to engineer a no deal. Hopefully, the other MPs will stop him.

    Quite frankly if TM couldn't get her deal through parliament, Boris the muppet has no chance of anything.

    All he'll do is wind up the EU leaders and make stupid racist comments and tell completely obvious porkies.

    Then there will be a general election and we'll end up with an unholy alliance between the Tories and the Brexit Party.

    Gawd have mercy on us!

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    TM's departure makes little difference, was inevitable and hasn't changed sentiment in the house, the shrewd should not be daunted by this. Brexit itself continues to be unworkable and the toppling of the PM compounds that feeling within government. Most likely outcome now is a Soft leave or nothing. Leadership race will be one to watch, will get nasty. It'll be won by a Hard Brexiteer who will likely spout some serious rhetoric, but will ultimately face the same restraints.

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    With EU total debt now over Euro 12.5 trillion it will only be time before the economic bomb explodes. We need to be out ASAP otherwise being a buy to let landlord will be the least of your problemS. EU emergency measures will come into force whereby a government raid on you bank deposits will happen. This has been in EU law for years as Cyprus found out back in 2012/13. Many forget this and with recession round the corner leading into depression by late 2020 early 2021 things are going to get a lot worst.  EU is all but finished. Newer states are now ignoring EU directives unless it suits their national positions, and other will follow. Current elections will probably show this.

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    Certainly with UK/France /Germany being main net EU contributors there has to be a concern around how many lame ducks can be supported.

    Immigration was essentially a non-issue as UK Govt chose to ignore powers we had to limit immigration to what/when we needed certain skilled personnel to be allowed in.


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    National debt is very different to household debt. The US itself has $22 Trillion of debt, far more than the EU.

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    Don't forget those working for EU institutions do not pay tax and even their children get university fees paid, so they can get a degree without student debt. -- How many of us have children with student debt. One rule for some and the gravy train for the others. How many in this country have seen their pensions go down as companies go bust , well just think of those Euro Rats with gold plated pensions that you are paying for. Brexit deal or not either way its best for Britain in the longer term.

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    Call me cynical but politician aren't as stupid as everyone thinks. It is probable that she knew exactly what her plan was and that the 'deal' wouldn't be agreed.  Her replacement is likely to stop Brexit happening altogether after it has been delayed further until the majority of people no longer care.

    I may be proven wrong of course, but if we look at what has happened to date it doesn't seem to be by accident. Big business don't want us to leave and they are extremely influential. 

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    If you really want to understand how the EU wastes our money and the real agenda  read " The Suicide of Europe" by Ingrid Detter de Frankopan and much more concerning  is " The Strange Death of Europe" by Douglas Murray. Many events being withheld by the authorities ie Police and Governments as they do not want the general population to know whats really going on.

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