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Femi @Femi_Sorry
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Brexit Irony No.521:
Brexit would make Metropolitan Elitism worse-

The Brexit vote was against our London-centric system. So if there's an economic hit because of a Brexit London voted against, Westminster would make sure the London Banking sector survived but everywhere else...
Many of the problems that pushed people to vote Brexit had nothing to do with the EU. One of those problems was the government choosing to protect the banks who caused the crash with bailouts while ordinary people just got austerity.
The rich took irresponsible risks with the country's future, but they were protected either by moving their money away or by the government and it was those with least who suffered the most.
Sound familiar? #Brexit
People wanted change, but really... Brexit is just more of the same...
We can already see the same thing happening again... They want to give the City of London's banking sector special protections. What about factory workers in the North East? What about farmers in Wales and Northern Ireland?…
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