Just like Britain and its Brexit negotiations with the EU, no-one knows whether it’s going in or out, when it’s leaving, what bloody article to trigger, who’s getting triggered… oh boy!
I spotted these two adverts on an article about Brexit and Islamic finance on the Bridging and Commercial website while doing some social media work for a consultancy I work for. You can go chill with penguins while sorting out a loan, before calling up Alex for some new property investment business to help you pay off those bridging loans.
Some are suggesting that the current £11billion tax bill owed by Apple Inc. to the Irish treasury could have such severe political ramifications, Ireland may choose to follow Britain’s lead and make a swift exit from the EU.
Today, the UK decides in a nationwide referendum whether to leave (Brexit) or stay (Bremain) within the EU. There is a lot of impassioned debate on both sides, and much controversy too. What will the future hold for the UK-EU relationship?. Only time (and votes) will tell.
Credits: Radio New Zealand