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Brexit Economics: An Intentional Financial Destabilization of Europe?
By Daily Bell Staff – June 26, 2016
Britain and the EU A tragic split How to minimise the damage of Britain’s senseless, self-inflicted blow … HOW quickly the unthinkable became the irreversible … By the early hours of June 24th, it was clear that voters had ignored the warnings of economists, allies and their own government … -Economist
The Economist thinks the victory of Brexit is a tragic split. But they’re wrong. They are also wrong that Brexit is “irreversible.”
Unfortunately, as you probably know, Brexit is not a given. And negotiations could take two years or even longer.
Supposedly it’s David Cameron’s fault that Brexit took place. He traded the referendum for support from part of his party.
London’s City seems to run the world. It couldn’t have stopped Cameron from doing