@Literary89 , can you explain to me which taxes you are specifically referring to?I think Brexit is for the best. I don't like the EU because of the huge taxes they put on small farmers.
I read about that yesterday. Deporting her is completely heartless.Not exactly related to BREXIT, but comes from the same corner:
Grandmother deported after 30 years in UK with British husband and sons
Then she would presumably have had to give up her Singaporean citizenship, and would not have been able to go back and care for her dieing parents? British citizenship is also expensive, so she might not have been able to justify the cost. She probably didn't think they would deport a person who's been married to a Brit for 30 years with two British children and a grandchild ...!if she had been here for 30 years she could have taken out citizenship ...
At the time of the Brexit vote it was my impression that England's Super-Rich (at least those owning newspapers) were rather in favour of it.The article said:Brexit failed to derail the rise of the super-rich ...
Funny, partly true, but still not exactly accurate, and it's also cherry-picking!
It's doubtful whether the EFTA countries would allow the UK to join.As it is, EFTA membership is probably the only way of breaking the impasse, of respecting the result of the referendum after three wasted years with the country in limbo, whilst delivering a compromise.
Senior Norwegian politicians and business figures have rejected Norway-plus, the increasingly touted British cross-party plan for the UK to leave the EU but join Norway in a free trade trade area inside the EU single market.
They attacked the idea as “neither in Norway nor the UK’s interest”. The UK would need Norway’s permission to join its Efta club.