Knight Frank (knightfrank.com) global head of research Liam Bailey discusses the impact of the Brexit vote on the U.K. property market for long-term investors and speculators. He speaks with Bloomberg TV Malaysia's Sophie Kamaruddin, July 5, 2016. See also: ‘Panic’ Withdrawals Halt Four More U.K. Property Funds | Bloomberg.com and British Pound-US Dollar Chart.
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The energy minister and a leading Leave campaigner, Andrea Leadsom, responded to accusations of hypocrisy, made in the Mail on Sunday, which referred to a speech she gave in 2013 - to the Hansard Society - warning about the dangers of leaving the EU. Speaking to Andrew Marr, she rejected the accusations of hypocrisy, and said she had argued for radical change of the European Union. On her bid to be the next Conservative leader and prime minister, she said: "The next person to lead this country has to somebody who believes in the opportunity of leaving the EU." Published July 3, 2016.
UPDATE: Theresa May and Andrea Leadsom Will Run-Off in Race to Be Next U.K. Prime Minister: Theresa May and Andrea Leadsom will face off in an all-female battle to succeed David Cameron as U.K. prime minister and lead the country’s negotiations to leave the European Union.--Bloomberg.com See also: Brexit Postscript: FTSE100 Roars, Theresa May, Sword in Hand, Next PM? | DomainMondo.com
John Gray's article: The strange death of liberal politics | NewStatesman.com: "... Europe’s image as a safe option has given way to the realisation that it is a failed experiment. A majority of British voters grasped this fact, which none of our establishments has yet understood. No single leader or party is responsible for the debacle of the Remain camp. It is true that gross errors were made in the course of the campaign. Telling voters who were considering voting Leave that they were stupid, illiterate, xenophobic and racist was never going to be an effective way of persuading them to change their views. The litany of insults voiced by some leaders of the Remain campaign expressed their sentiments towards millions of ordinary people. It did not occur to these advanced minds that their contempt would be reciprocated ..." (emphasis added)The Great John Gray on Brexit: pic.twitter.com/M1vTHrxYxT— NassimNicholasTaleb (@nntaleb) July 4, 2016
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