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I don't "expect" the political Parties to do anything; especially those that have been around for some time. That doesn't preclude folk from voicing alternatives - everything has to start with ideas, if there are any. In the post-referendum world the political landscape has changed, so wise Parties will adapt to it.

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The problem with the democratic system is that ,apart from the referendum , the number of voters turning out at elections is so low as not to represent the true wishes of the population. There will still be the moaners who rant on about the state of the country for five years ,conveniently forgetting that had they voted the political map could be completely different.

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So much for the "experts" who warned against Brexit:

 

http://www.telegraph.co.uk/business/2016/07/28/imf-admits-disastrous-love-affair-with-euro-apologises-for-the-i/

 

 

In other news, countries on every continent fall over each other to make trade deals with the UK. Who would've thunk it? Well not PJ obviously.

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How many deals have we signed and how many are superior to the present EU deals? Any idiot can make a deal, making a better one is a different story.

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we aren't allowed to sign any deals yet... we are still in the EU aren't we?

 

In fact we aren't actually having any official negotiations on trade deals as again we are still in the EU.... it is mostly other countries saying they want to make deals with the UK as soon as we leave...

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As long as none of the "new" trade deals involves paying in a net surplus of cash to bail out basket case economies and accept their immigrants for the privilege - things should be O.K. !     :wink:

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PJ, Ithink the point is that making trade deals with the EU is taking so long the rest of the world see Brexit as an opportunity to bypass the bureaucracy as regards trade with the UK as a start.

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