Post the Exit EU Vote
Prior to the Brexit vote the ‘remain camp’ run a strong fear of loss campaign. What is clear is that the more lurid predictions made by the Remain camp before the vote have not come to pass. Indeed, the then Prime Minister David Cameron spelt doom if Britain were to vote leave. He stated that mortgages would be more difficult and more expensive to obtain. In fact mortgage rates have fallen significantly since. One remain camp prediction was that the value of the Pound would fall against the Euro, well that was true and the currency speculators have made a fortune, but the major financial intuitions forecast a significant rally over the year rising to its highest level ever as our exports increase. The ‘remain camp’ fight on hoping to force a second referendum. They will be disappointed as or new Prime Minister believes in Democracy – once is enough.