June 23, 2016
As the day wears on I’ve had time to pay attention to the vote over whether or not Britain will leave the European Union. That vote will likely end as the vote about Scottish independence did. With the head of the World Bank, the International Monetary Fund (a former U.S. lawyer born in France) some British labourites, that country’s Conservative prime minister and most business types except Donald Trump against Britain leaving, it’s difficult to imagine Britain surviving alone in the new global market place.
June 24, 2016
The vote did not conclude as did the Scottish vote to leave Britain. David Cameron prime minister of Britain resigned because his remain-in-Europe side lost; but to the chagrin of Donald Trump, the Scotch unlike their failed leave Britain try, seemed to have voted that Britain stay in the European Union. I guess the majority felt they’d be treated better by Europe and the globe than by British rulers who’ve been at them since back in the 12 hundreds.