Sunday, June 26, 2016

Saving the British Economy, is Kent the Garden of England the solution?

The Un-United Kingdom of Great Britain decided to leave the EU. Fine. I do not see why those who wish to stay are being punished for the small majority. Think of the mess we have to clean up; banks etc moving to mainland. So why not bring the mainland to Britain, or part of it anyway?

Kent is the garden of England and the core gateway. If Kent is to be made like Gilbratar or IoManx, we can break away and be part of the EU and still enjoy the cheap tarriffs, legal righta and so forth. Banks and businesses do not need to move far, just across the Thames. OPEN BORDERS just like Northern Ireland and the Republic. As Kent is not part of the Schengen, immigration checks and stamping can be done at either Lydd Ashford or Manston Airports, Dover Folkstone and Ramsgate ports and Ashford Train station.

We can be humane and allow UK raw materials to be assembled and manufactured here in Kent and still marked as premium EU goods. Think of Malaysian Durians but packed in Singapore sold at a huge premium to China etc as SINGAPORE deploys stringent checks etc. Quality.

We can be the next digital ecomony and financial hub without draconian Westminster laws by installing super high speed internet, such as in New Zealand, Indonesia and Singapore where 1Gbps *(thats 1000Mb per second) for less than £25 a month. Efficient trains and transport systems and super clean, soft *(no chalky) water.

Healthcare can be further upgraded by charging and subsidising,where locals get heavily subsidised Emergency and First Contact GP clinics and not lewd drunk and disorderly hooligans whom of which have to pay full rates for their rowdiness.

Education can be much better and at a better literacy and 10yr old kids be able to do yr GCSE maths and study robotics and mobile games programming.

Think for the future.
Think now.

Change for the future.

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