#BREXIT isn’t far off, but Mrs. May’s
plan crashed out during a vote in Parliament. At the moment lots of companies are
planning on moving from the UK, and those that are staying are planning on
scaling back. UK
regions such as Wales, Northern Ireland and Scotland would have been entitled
to a 22 per cent raise in support from the EU under the budget plans for the
2021-2027 period, up from the €10.6 billion or £9.3 billion that the UK
receives in the current 2014-2020 budget package, according to the report, by a network association of European regions. This
funding loss will be most keenly felt in two regions: Cornwall and the Isles of
Scilly, and West Wales and the Welsh Valleys. These are classed as ‘less
developed regions’, and currently receive most of the UK’s regional funding. The UK
must not crash out with a #NoDealBrexit , it would be far better for one of
these to happen: 1:
#Remain 2: #ThePeoplesVote 3: stay
in the #CustomsUnion 4:
enter a #NorwegianStyleBrexit If we
crash out with …
So the people on the UK have had the vote, to 'remain' in or 'leave' the EU... the vote was a close one to leave, which has caused no end of problems.
The pound has lost value, companies have decided to ditch the UK and its workers and shift to other countries, Scotland want to go it alone and Northern Ireland wants to reunite with Eire and leave the UK.
David Cameron is to stand down (....no real loss there then!), Jeremy Corbyn won't stand down from Labour even though he cabinet is jumping ship.
One thing that Labour said during it's 'leave' campaign was that the NHS was to get an extra £350m a week... which they now say 'sorry this won't happen' a out and out lie from them then - which when people saw this made people vote
Plaid Cymru leader, Leanne Wood said in Cardiff earlier today 'We have to hold the leave campaigners to the vow they made during the EU campaign, including an extra £350m for the NHS every week. We need to make sure the …