Brexit may never happen – Sir Vince Cable – BBC News

English: Vince Cable, British politician and f...

English: Vince Cable, British politician and former acting leader of the Liberal Democrats, being interviewed for Sky News. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

On BBC’s Andrew Marr Show, Sir Vince Cable highlighted that Labour and Tory divisions are “enormous” and the economy is “deteriorating”, so Brexit may never happen.

Source: Brexit may never happen – Sir Vince Cable – BBC News

It’s fascinating but ‘No Brexit’ has become an ‘elephant in the room‘ at Westminster. So whilst the comment from Sir Vince Cable may be regarded as unhelpful by many Conservatives, he’s right to highlight the enormous risks.

The British Public know that they’ve been sold ‘a dud one’, based on fanning xenophobia and false news. Meanwhile, the government argue that ‘we must respect the will of the people’. The truth is simple, the people were conned.

So surely, a second referendum, clarifying hard, soft or no Brexit would be both inherently democratic and in the public interest?

Thoughts?

 

 

RBS loans to small firms have fallen by £17bn since taxpayer-funded bailout | Mail Online

English: RBS logo, with writing in gaelic scot...

English: RBS logo, with writing in gaelic scottish, Portree Bank, Isle of skye Français : enseigne de la banque RBS de Portree sur l’île de Skye, Bank of Scotland est écrit en gaélique écossais (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

This is a MUST-READ article from the Mail Online. Check it out!

via RBS loans to small firms have fallen by £17bn since taxpayer-funded bailout | Mail Online.

Personally, I am not at all surprised with the news that RBS has deprived small businesses of loans. Surely, this is just the tip of the iceberg and it’s necessary to look at all the major banks in the UK on their record of loans to small businesses?

Any thoughts?

 

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