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The word of Brexit: “Slump”…

Brexit is a nightmare.

No? Then where’s the upside? There’s plenty of bad news about Brexit. Where’s the good?

Look – here‘s an example: “Trailfinders, Britain’s largest independent travel agent, has blamed Brexit for wiping £12m off its annual profit.”

(Interesting how the company’s boss still paid himself an extra £1 million, isn’t it?)

Hey, are you happy about this? “Britain could reportedly pay up to £36 billion to the European Union in a so-called Brexit divorce bill. Tory Eurosceptics have insisted that the UK should not pay the fee following suggestions the Government might be prepared to offer the sum as part of a deal.”

Wow – £36 billion. That’s going to bite hard into the £350 million a week that some people still improbably think is going to be paid into the NHS from April 2019 onwards!

… and here it is again.

Here‘s a big business moving out of the UK: “US investment bank Morgan Stanley has chosen Frankfurt as the site of its post-Brexit EU hub in a move that could put 200 jobs in the City of London under threat.”

And here are a couple more that are also on their way out of the door: “Bank of America has chosen Dublin as its new base to service EU clients as part of its Brexit contingency plans… Citigroup has picked Frankfurt as the base for its EU trading operations.”

Sure. This Writer knows what some of you will say. “It’s the rigged media. Project Fear. Project Fear.” Maybe. But all the media isn’t rigged. There were plenty of Brexit-supporting news corporations. Why have they all gone quiet?

These companies were quick to support the “might-bes” and the “could-happens” in the run-up to the EU referendum. Where are their hard stories about what will happen now Brexit is on its way? All of the above events have happened, or will happen, after all.

Where is the news about the benefits that Brexit is bringing – and that we were all promised?


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