Time to go it alone
Today, the UK is finally leaving the European Union, one of the most historic events in its history.
You’re either cheering or crying. No middle ground on this one.
Not going to get into the politics here, the pros and cons, the predictions. It’s happening and now we must all hope for the best and see if it was the right decision.
Will be keeping an eye on stats regarding more Brits coming to Toronto in the next few years. Or more Brits going home.
It’s a shit show
It was a long night fuelled by Horlicks and Jaffa Cakes that kept the Brits in Toronto crew going as the UK voted to leave the European Union.
We are stunned and think it is a huge mistake.
The fallout has already started, with stock markets and the value of the pound plummeting, a second Scottish independence vote already being called for and Prime Minister David Cameron to step down by October.
The world is in shock, the shit is hitting the fan and we have no idea what comes next. The plain uncertainty of how the future will unfold over the next few years is troubling and worrisome.
The vote was so close — 51.9% Leave, 48.1% Remain — that anyone who says, “The people have clearly spoken …” or words to that effect are wrong. A few percentage points is not “clear.”
Who will be the next Prime Minister? The future of jobs and the economy? Scotland … Wales … Northern Ireland splintering off? What immigration policies will be put in place? Travelling around Europe on an EU passport?
So many questions and too much to take in right now.