Steady on Bombay, you are not immune to your views being challenged and no one is attacking you any more than you are attacking me, if things are said in context of where you choose to live or to make your money it is no different than you calling everyone over 50 an old fogey and ill informed or Farley Flavours describing everyone who voted for Brexit as uneducated, I am quite prepared to accept his challenge on that score in both an academic and business capacity if he wishes, as he obviously puts himself in the higher intelligence group and therefore by implication his opinion carries more weight in a referendum than mine and 17 million others should, educated or not.
"- The level of education had a higher correlation with the voting pattern than any other major demographic measure from the census."
I don’t suppose the desire for Scottish Independence had any influence on their voting pattern then?
Bang goes the above argument!
there are certainly non at present or to come in the foreseeable future.
How do you know that? Already the weaker £ is bringing in more business to the UK, many engineering companies I know have seen a surge in orders, especially from Germany. For every downside there is a plus and none of us can say which way things are going until after we leave the EU, if we had believed the previous ‘experts’ we would have still been in the ERM and adopted the Euro.