Category Archives: consequences

UK & the EU – They need us more than we need them, a lesson from history.

SECEXIT –  A LESSON FROM HISTORY ‘They need us more than we need them – they need to continue selling their manufactures to us. Of course we can negotiate a deal.’ Where might we have heard these bright confident words … Continue reading

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Why won’t the EUphobes set out their alternative to the UK’s EU membership?

When anybody in favour of remaining in the EU points out the benefits that their group, profession, sector gets from the UK’s membership, there are only 3 reasonable responses from the EUphobe groups: 1) here is how and why you … Continue reading

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Brexit: Nothing More Than A Contemporary Mode – Part 2

Following on from his previous post https://sayyes2europe.eu/2015/10/10/brexit-nothing-more-than-a-contemporary-mode/ Dave Matthews continues to explore the questions about what happens in the event of a Brexit. There are some huge questions being bandied around the UK and Europe at the moment, concerning our presence and … Continue reading

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Brexit: Nothing More Than A Contemporary Mode.

Every day we read that the Exit Campaigns are gaining presence, that their voice is finally being heard. That the UK public are standing up to an undemocratic union, a fascist movement, a money swallower. Eurocrats are being branded as … Continue reading

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HSBC move – because of the UK’s EU uncertainties and the first of many?

The news that HSBC is conducting a review of where it should be headquartered has perhaps inevitably been taken as a sign that the uncertainties about whether the UK will remain in the EU. But is this actually the case? … Continue reading

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Reflections from France – 50 shades of Brexit?

Some people take the extreme stances on the consequences of a Brexit; “we will lose everything” or “nothing will change, other arrangements will be put in place”. The scaremongers say that pensions WILL be frozen, we WILL be disowned by the … Continue reading

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Employment rights for UK citizens in the EU post-Brexit

Will UK citizens be able to work in the EU post Brexit? On oft asked question. The answer may well depend on whether you already work in the rest of the EU (and how long for) or whether you have … Continue reading

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Repatriation, visa requirements and exchange controls following a Brexit – would they happen?

There is a great deal of discussion about a possible Brexit, mainly among the groups that are arguing for or against the UK leaving the EU. There is very little discussion of the effects of a Brexit on those people who live, … Continue reading

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Brexit – The consequences

Consequences of a Brexit Commentators tend to talk about the consequences of a UK exit from the EU as if there is only one route to go if that happens. If that were the case at least the situation would … Continue reading

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Some legal opinion on immigration controls in both directions.

Both of these links refer to the EU Law Analysis blogspot. What happens to British expatriates if the UK leaves the EU? What would happen to EU nationals living or planning to visit or live in the UK after a … Continue reading

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