So, the UK has – rightly or wrongly – voted to leave the European Union and now the dust is starting to settle a bit it is looking highly probable that the new Prime Minister, Theresa May, and her cabinet will honour that vote and formally instigate the exit.
I myself had hoped the vote would go the other way, but equally I felt the EU needed a bit f a kick up the backside in a few areas. However, we are where we are and it now remains to be seen what the UK and the EU manage to agree on. My initial concerns centred around the right of EU citizens to live and work in other EU states, but I suppose at the end of the day other non-EU nationals manage to come and settle in Germany so it s by the end of the world I suppose.
If you are a UK national living in Germany, what are your thoughts and concerns on it all? And what about non-EU nationals living in Germany – is it difficult to actually come here and settle? Any comments would be welcome, and I moderate them before they are published so please just mention if you don’t want me to put your comment public.
Well, Europe waits in anticipation as Britain goes to what must the most important poll in history – the referendum on whether to stay in Europe or not.
I am not going to go all political here as my opinions in this respect are very personal to me, and besides I am unfortunately (and annoyingly) not allowed to vote as I have not been resident in Britain for a long time.
However, I do urge those who are eligible to vote to make sure they do so, and to use that vote wisely without being swayed by the utter garbage that much of the press and even public figures have been broadcasting lately. Vote with your head, not with your feet…
The “Brexit” referendum is almost upon us and there are loads of polls already gauging public opinion, so I thought it would be interesting to do my own.
This referendum will have far reaching impacts both directly and indirectly on countless people, and nobody can really predict in advance what those impacts will be. I personally am rather angry that as a Brit having lived overseas for a number of years, I am not entitled to cast my vote despite the fact an exit would probably affect me more than most voters who do get the right to participate.
Let’s just hope all those who are eligible to vote do so wisely…