The post-Brexit shock brought forth all sorts of analyses which mostly referred to the political, economic and financial crisis that occurred after the seemingly unexpected British NO – to Europe and the project of the European Union. In the days that followed we’ve learned that the leaders of the mutually competitive campaigns for the exit of Britain from the EU – “Leave” and “Vote Leave” renounced of their attitudes on migrations, on the redistribution of 350 million pounds a week to the British health and social sector and the attitude that Britain will be “better of” out of the EU than it was in it. We’ve learned that a vast majority of Britons is shocked by the effect that their vote to leave the EU has had on their everyday lives. In the days following Brexit it is estimated
that the world economy has lost around 2.5 trillion USD (2.500.000.000.000,00 USD), while the momentary effect on the British economy on the day after Brexit is estimated to around 200 billion pounds. The damages will of course grow and..