Thursday, June 23, 2016

"This Is Not the Country It Was Yesterday"

"The risk is that Britain becomes a kind of offshore oddity, quirky but irrelevant–shut out of the action of its neighbouring continent. That shift will be felt first by the City of London: perhaps few will shed any tears for them, even if financial services are–or used to be–one of this country's biggest employers. But eventually that new view of Britain could percolate through, affecting our creative industries, our tourism and eventually our place in the world."

Jonathan Freedland in The Guardian reacts to the Brexit.

As does Owen Jones.

As does David Dayen in The American Prospect.

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