EU referendum2017-04-05 17:03:48
Unemployed Bristish workers, do not put your on them
They are human, do not put your blame on them!
Mr. Tony Blair has told unemployed British workers “not to blame migrants for having taken your job” claiming they should get a better education to “allow them to operate in the modern world” instead.
But they are human after all,
Mr. Tony Blair told the audience: “The answer to someone who is unemployed in a country like mine or anywhere else in Europe, is not to blame migrants for having taken your job, is to get the education and the skills necessary in order to be able to operate in the modern world.”
So, do not put your blame on migrants! Because they and you are only human after all. Some people think the solution of their problems is the migrants. UK without migrant will
not solve your problems, wake up and get better education and skills is the key to solve your problems.
Have look to this video by Rag’n’Bone Man – Human (Official Video)
Brexit, running away is not in my dictionary
The fate of 3.3million EU citizens remains unknown now Article 50 has been triggered
How many EU citizens are there in the UK?
Theresa May said: EU citizens living in the UK make a vital contribution to our society and economy. Without them, we would be poorer and our public services weaker.
She added that she wants to guarantee their right to stay in the UK “as soon as possible”.
Will EU citizens have to leave after Brexit and UK citizens have to come back from Europe?
Around 1.2 million UK citizen living in EU countries. Spain is host to the largest number of British citizens living in the EU (308,805).
This will probably not be resolved until after long negotiations with the EU.
Brexit is a divorce between UK and EU, hard Brexit which means hard divorce the children will end up paying the consequence.
I am not going to run away: Teresa May speaking on March 29: “When I sit around the negotiating table in the months ahead, I will represent every person in the whole United Kingdom – young and old, rich and poor, city, town, country and all the villages and hamlets in between.
“And yes, those EU nationals who have made this country their home. It is my fierce determination to get the right deal for every single person in this country.”
Brexit: “I am running way.co.uk”
Brexit means Brexit: It could be hard divorce or hard-brexit.
If you are planning to going back to your country, Poland, Republic of Ireland, Roumania,Portugal, Italy, France,Lithuania, Spain, Germany, Latvia, Hungary, Netherlands, Slovakia,Bulgaria, Greece, Czech Republic, Sweden, Denmark, Austria, Belgium, Denmark, Austria or Belgium(EU nationals living in UK)
It never easy to start a new life, but if you feel comfortable to still living in UK, maybe the last resort gateway “Changing the country or back to your country.
Kepp an open mind, if you have some belongs that you do not want to take with you:
Please, put now a ad on www.ukgoodbye.co.uk. ukgoodbye buy second hand stuff and free ad webesite.
Good luck, please do not panic, saying “Uk goodbye” is not the end of world. It could be a under full new life!
Petition to hold second EU referendum
It is not to late to say, we want second referendum?
The backlash against Brexit has strengthened with more than 3 million people signed a parliamentary petition calling for a second EU referendum.
Demand for a fresh vote was so high that it crashed the parliament.uk website on Friday as the petition was shared widely on social media and new signatures were added at a rate of more than 100,000 an hour.
Read more[The guardian]
What will Brexit mean for EU migrants to the UK and British expats?
It is better to be ready for run away, just in case if the situation comes very bad!
There are around 1.2 million British citizens living in another EU country while there are some 3.3 million non-British EU citizens living in the UK, under minimal restrictions thanks to the European Union’s free movement principles- UN source.
UK citizens living in the EU
Of the 1.2 million Britons living abroad, the largest communities are in Spain, Ireland, France and Germany. Many are retired and live on savings and UK pensions.
Non-British EU citizens living in the UK
While expat Britons may favour starting new lives in the south and west of Europe, UK-bound EU citizens tend to come in greater numbers from central and eastern Europe.
Existing residents’ rights unaffected?
Politically, even in the event of severely damaged relations between the UK and the EU, both sides may see an interest in moving to shore up the status and rights of existing residents. Certainly nobody seems to be envisaging mass deportations. Even the most vociferous “Leave” campaigner, the UKIP leader Nigel Farage, has said that EU migrants who have come to the UK legally will have the right to remain. The “Vote Leave” campaign says EU workers already in the UK would have their “rights unaffected”.
However, as far as the legal position of residents is concerned, there is less certainty. International agreements such as the Vienna Convention on the Law of Treaties have been cited as granting protection for citizens’ acquired rights. But although pro-Brexit campaigners have argued that its application is clear, its relevance in Britain’s case has been called into question. The convention has been said to refer to the rights of states rather than individuals.