How has the public opinion on Brexit changed?

Brexit negotiations might lurch from one crisis to another, but we can sleep soundly over the coming weeks knowing that supplies of Magnums have been protected. Unilever have announced recently that they’ve stockpiled the ice cream along with crates and crates of Lynx and Sure deodorant. That’s one bit of really good news among the gloom.  Following Brexit we might be starving, unable to get a doctor’s appointment or buy petrol but we can go to work smelling sweet! Continue reading “How has the public opinion on Brexit changed?”

Are you planning on spending more when Brexit is resolved?

On 23 June 2016, the UK popped the question that had rumbled under the surface of British politics for a generation: should the country remain within the European Union or end its 40-year membership and go it alone? 52% of voters opted for Brexit. Since that point, despite two and half years of negotiation, the situation seems to have reached a stalemate that is causing tremendous uncertainty in the UK.

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