i think you are right sheila.
when we went in they said 'in means in'
now we are out and 'out means out'
the world is a very different place now to what is was when we went 'in'
all of us as individuals have to be flexible to get the most out of life.
and a country is no different.
with the current people in charge of the EU, had we stayed 'in' we would
have been stuck in a rut.
by leaving may and boris have to negotiate the best way forward for the UK.
we would have been better to stay in and get rid of all the tossers running the EU,
but sadly, these changes only happen once the wind blows.
and it has taken the UK voting to leave to blow the wind all over the EU...
we had NO choice really but to leave to force a change.
i think delaying article 50 is the right thing to do.
the UK now needs to set up arrangements with what suits us now, to move forward best for us.
there will be no shortage of countries who want to continue trade with us from outside the EU.
the big question is getting onboard remaining EU countries like france to agree etc..
and troyan - you are right too.
the pound is still dropping and for sure, immigration will not b dropping yet !
good point you make
as for other other BG forums, yes, i doubt too whether any of them are
increasing their members.
they will all be dying now which is why every now and again, i post something
bizarre on here to try and give it some variety.
elvis is as famous world wide as the queen.
it's just a bit of fun and i thought quite interesting that after 39 years of taking
bets, bookies suddenly stop last week.
anyway, if you are not curious about elvis dont worry.
ill post another story when one comes along to try and vary topics here for you.
there will be no more failed gf or hostel stories and i cannot discuss the mafia in detail - so do not worry. i wont bore you anymore on these subjects.
i am well aware that most readers here DO NOT feel the mafia is good for Bulgaria - even though they ARE as they pay more into the system than all villagers put together.
just running all their v8 cars means they are paying 300 levs a week, just fill up.
fuel levy alone - they are all collectively big contributors.