Comments:Britain votes to leave the European Union

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UNITED KINGDOM WILL HAVE NO FINANCIAL CONSEQUENCES FOR LEAVING THE EUROPEAN UNION016:50, 7 November 2016
I oppose014:56, 23 October 2016

UNITED KINGDOM WILL HAVE NO FINANCIAL CONSEQUENCES FOR LEAVING THE EUROPEAN UNION

It is my understanding that the London stock exchange equals the United States. The United Kingdom has access to commodities that the United States does not have such as Jade from China, rubies and diamonds through Johannesburg South Africa. Great Britain Can form a trade agreement with the United States for industrial items as food items such as Wheat, Corn, Beef. They also can trade for technological items through the Asian stock exchange. If they were not prepared for this matter they would not have voted to leave the European Union.

Christopher Alan Levingston16:50, 7 November 2016

Honestly, I oppose the whole thing. Economic issues are caused by Greece so if anyone should leave, it should be them.

Jackninja5 (talk)14:56, 23 October 2016