compassion, collaboration & cooperation iN transistion
IT IS THE PEOPLE of Britain and Northern Ireland, who will vote on the
23rd of June, whether to REMAIN in the EU or LEAVE the EU. The argument
so far from the REMAIN CAMP has been ENTIRELY ECONOMIC and as
Allister Heath has written in today's Telegraph ... "Over the past few weeks,
David Cameron and George Osborne have been claiming, over and again,
that those of us who support Brexit have lost the economic argument.
They want us to concede that we only really care about “sovereignty”, and
to accept that this would come at a heavy cost in terms of forgone
prosperity. It’s a convenient narrative for the Remain side, and one which
underpins its strategy to win the referendum. IT’S ALSO UTTER NONSENSE."
Those of you who have followed my own presence in cyberspace, over the
last several years, will perhaps remember my declared anxiety about the
mindset of economists and more particularly their seemingly complete
disconnect with the fact that one of the major consequences of
consequences of their own actions, is the fact that financial markets crash.
It was during the early years @*zaadz, when I posted quite a lot about
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