Tuesday, June 28, 2016

British Government Employees Need To Quickly Move Forward After Brexit

David Cameron

To reassure Britons and consumers worldwide, the British government needs to move forward quickly after the historic Brexit vote last week, regarding leaving the European Union. Though British Prime Minister, David Cameron, has resigned stating he will leave in October 2016, he is still Britain’s leader until a suitable replacement is appointed. Therefore, Britain is not and has not been without a Prime Minister during this transition period. Britain is not without governance. 

There have been other resignations in the respective Conservative and Labour parties (mainly the latter). Those positions need to be quickly filled, to get back to the business of serving the British people. The government needs to eschew public discord and remember, “Keep calm and carry on.” 

No one in government unhappy with Brexit or anyone else outside of Britain, should act vindictively (*looks at mean spirited, threat issuing Barack "push you to the back of the trade queue" Obama, whom world leaders are blaming for Brexit*), because at the end of the day, the United Kingdom has a large, influential economy and there is money to be made in the country. Britain is still a good place to do business, as the British people are great consumers. Foreign businesses with stores/locations in Britain, such as Nandos, Pret-a-Manger, Nero and Costa (immigrant owned),  among others, are companies making big money in the United Kingdom. 

For others listening to the fear mongering, it would be unwise to pull out of Britain, one of the richest nations in the world, with a population of 60,000,000, all potential consumers for your businesses. Britain has the 5th largest economy in the world. To discount Britain would be an unwise business decision, as there are enormous sums of money that can be made in the United Kingdom. 

In the area of finance, many businesses require financing and would pay interest on loans. Parents need loans for children to go to university. Britons by food, clothes, cars and household goods. It is a very viable, big market. The sports industry is also worth a fortune in Britain.