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How exactly are lives expected to improve with brexit ?

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perfecteyebrow Tue 12-Jul-16 09:25:46

I know this subject has been discussed at length but I am still having sleepless nights worrying about the future
I haven't posted to cause arguments or the political nastiness that seems to be attracted to these posts but simply looking for answers that I cannot find

My question is
How exactly is my life going to be improved with brexit ?

concertplayer Tue 12-Jul-16 18:45:42

Thousands have already said this and I will repeat it; no one knows until
the terms and conditions of the Brexit have been agreed.
The Brexit campaigners/voters want fewer immigrants.
More trading with other countries apart from the EU
Still trading with the Eu but no movement of people(so we will all
need visas for us to go there and vice versa )
All laws passed just by GB govt so greater sovereignty
The contribution we make to the EU kept by us to be used as we wish
on services etc
Fewer jobs, houses school places hospital beds social security
payments taken by foreigners

lljkk Tue 12-Jul-16 18:55:19

If you're a working class stiff, then wages will rise because there will be a labour shortage for all the low skill jobs, queues will disappear in A&E, places will open up at the best schools and the roads will become congestion free.

Plus rainbow fairy kitten unicorns, one to every house. wink

HappydaysArehere Sat 23-Jul-16 10:26:52

Mad happenings in this country. We will not be better off. We will be lucky if we ride the storm and come out of it with a reasonable standard of living. It's what happens when people listen without taking time to analyse. When slogans take the place of plans. Same thing happening in the Corbyn camp. It's frightening. I have seen it all before in the eighties.

AndNowItsSeven Sat 23-Jul-16 10:30:50

They won't , however the thick as mince brigade still haven't realised this.

Mycraneisfixed Sat 23-Jul-16 11:01:36

Oh not another whingey Brexit thread. Don't you people have lives?

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