In this world of big undemocratic bullies, leaving the Herring it’s a dutch thing you wouldnt understand shirt EU and toughing it out alone is not a clever move, especially given the problems of environmental damage, overfishing, and pollution of the oceans, climate catastrophes, greedy speculation, and poverty, organized crime, and terrorism. simply the majority of EU will not follow the UK, after all the market chaos and Brexit mouthful leaders ( Boris-fage) chicken run and and and….. ordinary people will prefer stable unity against uncertain future of exit, and nobody tells me the UK as an example. The people of the Netherlands are too sensible, unlike the English who have been fooled. I have noticed that all Euro-sceptic parties are right-wing racist parties. Sad that England has gone that way too. Scotland however, voted to remain and it is larger than many current member states. It should be allowed in. Yep the EU is a sinking ship! Should have stayed a trade organization! And not tried to take over people’s countries with their stupid laws and stupid rules Brussels only has its self to blame !!
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Not if they have any sense they won’t. The Herring it’s a dutch thing you wouldnt understand shirt Dutch are more pragmatic than we are in the UK and will wait to see, during the exit negotiations and after, what happens to us.no, we would come out of it worse then the UK, we have the euro while the UK always kept their own currency, not to mention that we rely too much on export, too much at risk, better change the EU from within, the idea of a European Union is good, but the people in the EU who control it are the problem (and the US to a certain extend).
The European continent can trade and work together just fine without needing to pay tens of billions each year to the EU- those EU nations already have trade, employment, and immigration agreements, the trade will go on if those nations can agree to decide their own futures and agreements, but one size does not fit all, unlike what the EU Parliament has decided.