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Britain to become "second rate" in the world after Brexit - EU's Tusk

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16 minutes ago, BritManToo said:

In the EU, Germany, France and the UK are the only players worth mentioning.

All the other countries are economic disaster zones waiting to collapse.

Can't help thinking they need the UK to stay in and support all the losers.

 

Not that Brexit is ever going to be allowed to happen.

There'll be loads more talk, and delays, and votes, until it's all forgotten.

Hope you're right. 

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2 hours ago, webfact said:

"I have heard repeatedly from Brexiteers that they wanted to leave the European Union to make the United Kingdom global again, believing that only alone, it can truly be great...," Tusk said in a speech at the College of Europe in the Belgian city of Bruges.

"But the reality is exactly the opposite.

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9 minutes ago, dimitriv said:

 

I am 100% sure that NL is doing much better than the UK economically.

 

What is left of the UK?  Maybe we can talk about car manufacturers?  I have been to the UK several times. I was often shocked by the mess I found there. In many ways it seems like a third world country.

 

And yes, I know. The center of London looks nice. But when you leave that, you see the desolate mess, the economic downturn and misery.

 

 

 

I agree. The industrial and post-industrial areas are a mess. The UK's image is based on London and picture post villages and rolling southern hills, something 90% of the country can only afford to watch on TV.

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