Re: "The British people have spoken" No they haven't!He makes a good point in saying you would need a phd in economics to predict what will happen so most could not make an informed choice, but spoils it by saying people were ill informed, which offends many. Decisions were based on the qualitative and "patriotic" rather than rational hard facts on business and economics. I've studied the relevant subjects but its impossible to explain why this is beyond wrong to someone who hasn't because its like the select committees trying to understand derivatives after the banking crash. People are finally starting to see that the prices in shops are rising, there are fewer goods, there is a desperate budget, companies starting to leave the uk, a gradual erosion of our living standards. Some talk of a bumpy ride ahead as if it's nothing. A "bumpy ride" is catastrophic post-austerity when you have a family and trying to make ends meet with no prospect for state help. It's very depressing and a crazy thing we are doing.
Re: "The British people have spoken" No they haven't!The people who have talked about this refer to us as a nation having an economically bumpy ride. Changes in offshore account tax declarations aren't related to Brexit and happened before the referendum. In fact the chancellor or some public bod at one point hinted we would become a tax haven if the EU didn't reach a deal with us!