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Juncker says EU will 'move on' from Brexit in state of union speech

European commission president says UK departure is tragic but isn’t everything, and eyes expansion of eurozone and Schengen


I worked for Vote Leave, but I now realise Britain must stay in the single market

You would do well to remember that there are plenty of Europeans who are sick and tired of the UK behaving like an entitled prat and cannot wait to see the back of it. Plenty of federalists in Europe as well. Personally, I can't wait for brexit and this nonsense to be over with so we can get on with things without the UK being difficult all the time. Stopping brexit would be a nightmare scenario that I don't wish to encounter, on top of all the previous problems UK has now thoroughly demonstrated itself to be an incompetent and untrustworthy partner.

Why Europe will miss the disruptive Brits

I'd imagine most wouldn't give a monkeys, Most people have far bigger worries in life than Brexit - Whether you French, English, Dutch or one of many others in pretty sure most don't give a toss and either should they.

I suggest you ask them yourself as The Guardian, sadly, is not impartial or balanced and cannot be trusted to tell the truth. I toured through France, Belgium, Germany, Austria, Hungary and Italy for all of August and had two brief conversations about Brexit whereas last summer I had plenty. My impression is that they have accepted we're leaving and are quite sanguine about it or not really interested any more.
I voted Remain.

Surveys so far show indifference to Brexit in most EU countries. For them little Britain is just one country of 28, soon to be 27. They are more concerned with their own futures and the prosperity that comes of being a bigger player in the world than they would be as individual countries.


The eurozone strikes back – why Europe is booming again

It was a story few predicted: the eurozone is growing faster than the United States. When Jean-Claude Juncker gave his annual state of the union speech on Wednesday last week, Europe’s booming economy was near the top of his list. Ten years since the crisis struck, “Europe’s economy is finally bouncing back,” the European commission president told MEPs. Detailing the economic resurgence, but also referring to the EU’s new found unity after Britain’s vote to leave, Juncker declared: “the wind is back in Europe’s sails”.

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