Unlike the risk of a Grexit by debt, Brexit offers a much more favourable and much more positive output of the British from the EU in an economic context, so the EUR/GBP parity rates £0,78725 at the time of the writing (2016-06-17 at 12H27 PM EDT).
In this case, how do some of the British Politics and his People justify such a will?
More specifically, if we are so worried about this Brexit, it is because it contains perniciously the idea that leaving the EU would allow any country to outperform its economy and politics.
That is totally unprecedented : The breakup of the European Union through a positive approach ! Don’t you see a paradox?
Isn’t the member state’s performance relying on the infrastructure (commonly ignored) of the Union?
Today, how a member state of the EU could get out of the Union and continue to weigh alone on the international stage in an increasingly ‘continentalising’ world?
And if the Brexit drew its imbalance in the independance of the pound against its counterparts (EUR/GBP, GBP/USD, GBP/JPY…), or in the granting of a ‘special status‘ of the United Kingdom in the Union?
See you in Thursday, June 23, 2016 during the EU referendum to finally break definitively with these substantive contradictions.
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