Leave – all else is detail

Europe’s leaders urge Brexit clarity: ‘We need to know what the UK wants to do’

8 thoughts on “Leave – all else is detail”

  1. They’ve got a point imv. Throughout the campaign Leadsom, Hannan, Johnson and even Knighel Farage used ‘Switzerland’ as their best one word answer to crush their opponent’s arguments.
    Now they’re saying ‘We all voted to end free movement’.

  2. “No Free movement” means no en masse EE arrivals and NO to our dear bearded/subsahara friends “rebranded” as ESpew citizens. Or not rebranded. Either way.

    I don’t care about actual european businessmen fleeing ESpew economic tinpot dictatorship to alight on Canary Wharf. Small numbers of EE are not a problem either. The key being “small”. Not hundreds of thousands of surly , low-IQ, clannish farm hacks descending on the UK.

  3. Strikes me that swiss type solutions seem to work pretty well in Switzerland.

    Let’s start with a semi automatic rifle under every law abiding citizen’s bed.

    Plus, what Ecks said.

  4. Mr Ecks “No Free movement” means no en masse EE arrivals and NO to our dear bearded/subsahara friends “rebranded” as ESpew citizens. Or not rebranded. Either way.”

    Of course the immigration from Africa and the Indian Subcontinent will be ramped up to compensate for lack of Romanians and also to punish us for voting incorrectly. You are dreaming if you think it will stop- Britain will not be allowed to avoid multi cultural disaster.

  5. Matthew Parris (bless) has a ‘what I did on my holidays’ piece in today’s Times lauding the virtues of Japan – clean, prosperous, crime free. I felt compelled to ask whether he felt there might be any link to their policy on immigration.

  6. @ Chris Miller
    Japan’s being clean, prosperous and crime-free (oh, have the yakuza given up because being honest was better-paid?) might be a cause of their policy on immigration or a result of it. More probably both.

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