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UnevenGamers 27/09/2021 - 2:01 AM

Had this narrator been on the Infographics Show before?

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Shooting sports Transparency 27/09/2021 - 2:01 AM

Daddy what is Brexit meaning, That means the food shells in shops got more and more empty, crops rotting in the soil, Expats become illegal immigrants,  it will be dead cheap for mainland Europeans to go weekend shopping in England and daddy got his first UB40, son. Now help me to dig up some left over potatoes before the sun comes up and they catch us.

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David Burgess 27/09/2021 - 2:01 AM

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Sama Ali 27/09/2021 - 2:01 AM

The music on this video was so distracting I couldn't move past it…

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Бегемот 27/09/2021 - 2:01 AM

"authoritarianism is a trade the UK wouldn't copy" … yeah sure. I would go as far as riling up the non londoners against London to build a strong foundation for an authoritarian state isn't far fetched. Chances: 1/3.

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Jan Six 27/09/2021 - 2:01 AM

If you think London financed the Empire, you have no idea how Imperialism works! 🤷

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Chubby Moth 27/09/2021 - 2:01 AM

I start to think that the Singapore at the Thames was more about creating a police state under a dictatorship.

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Jack Payne 27/09/2021 - 2:01 AM

As a retiree with an adequate private pension, Brexit makes me deeply ashamed of my demographic. The beneficiaries of Brexit aren't capitalists, or manufacturers, or the working class – but a very narrow sector of speculators and 'disaster capitalists'. Or – of course – those inheritors of substantial wealth who see the whole Brexit game as little more than amusement.

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MAXIMUS - 27/09/2021 - 2:01 AM

We need a technological utopia without work & money. If people want to work they can providing the are qualified. The wealth & class system must be abolished. Everything must become free. Sustainable & eco friendly agricultural & resource production made fully autonomous with minimal human labour required. Looking to space for precious metals and materials. Terroforming ecosystems to sustain this growth both for agricultural & wildlife protection. The struggle that is fiscal responsibility has to stop. It's only logical when you compare this to the current state of throw away consumerism and trickle down economics.

The monetary system is anthropocentric & short sighted… what is point in trading human happiness for a small percentage of people to hoard wealth… value is agreed upon is is not fixed by definition… eradication of money is the best thing that can happen

you wouldn't do anything because you aren't motivated by profit? What is stopping you from turning work into a hobby or exploring other skill or travelling? I'm sure the millions of people in poverty and who have little happiness in their life because of wealth would agree.. why would you think negatively of a solution that creates mass equality and eradicates the crushing responsibility of wealth to which people are driven to crime and depression… inequality does not need to exist if technology can take the place of humans as a labour for production. What is wrong with a standardisation of living instead of wealth inequality when millions all over the world have nothing…

A TU is a theoretical situation that is achievable. Civilisation is able to find this scenario under specific conditions, regulation & policy. The solution to human beings experiencing the difficulties of life is subject to a community, unified, living in a peaceful society.

The monetary system is anthropocentric & does not have a logical groundwork now that technology exists. Trade & value are concepts that derive from production for the essential components of life. Materialism & Culture are a developed philosophical & creative aspect of the capacity for consciousness. They are given value & thus trade is necessary. Trade is also a key component in agriculture process & resource gathering. Value is a fictional economy of numbers. It is agreed upon by those involved.

The monetary system is detrimental to human existence as it relies on the competitive side of human nature that we take from our ancestors who actually struggled as a product of their natural environment not their civilisations.

Technology is an essential solution to human labour. Resource supply chain & production are able to become self sufficient, sustainable & effective. Without labour there is no need for incentive. Equality is achieved. It is an easy to understand formula for achieving happiness. Kindness is a good thing.

A society that is full of happy people as a product of their environment will thrive. Progress in education, environment & reproduction is accelerated & perpetuates a positive ecosystem. Ecology is a focus prociding spiritual alignment, access to natural environment. This is the purest form of existence that human beings can achieve.

Understand that you have no say in how you live unless you can take care of yourself in the wilderness. You are living in society which is governed by policies & laws. You are given these things until it changes because you are a citizen that does not have any power over changing society. If all of your assets were deemed worthless tomorrow – it would be legal. The wealth division in society is created by the conditions that are outlined & maintained by the minority of high worth individuals. They are deciding this for us. They are allowing poverty to continue.

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kablg81 27/09/2021 - 2:01 AM

London used to be the New York City of Europe. Basically a mirror of its American counterpart in terms of well everything. But getting out of the EU or the single market will be its downfall. I believe in about 5 years if the UK doesn't rejoin the EU or at least the single market London will just mirror Moscow instead. I mean Moscow is a rich strong city but we all know in terms of wealth both for its citizens and businesses NYC is the winner here. One thing about Brexit was free trade and a ''Global Britain'' but you just left the biggest free trading organization in the world. So I don't get the logic here. If Tories' aim was to become more protectionist but with downsizing their economy then Brexit is going fine but if the aim was to have a ''Global Britain'' then Brexit is doomed to fail. I mean not even an EU like CANZUK can be equivalent to the EU in terms of trade.

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venomtail1 27/09/2021 - 2:01 AM

NGL, now that Britain has left the EU's sphere of anti corruption influence, wouldn't be surprised if London becomes the world's shadow economy capital. It's already the worlds capital for money laundering, not much of a stretch for everything to be deregulated and become criminal heaven.

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Bo Soerjadi 27/09/2021 - 2:01 AM

On that final point, for London to (ever) benefit from the EU risking behaving overly protective, it has to be(come) attractive again itself. Which you discarded/classed as unlikely in all your previous points.

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johnjeanb 27/09/2021 - 2:01 AM

Dream on. There are no EU walls for finance. Funds moved not because the EU ordered so. Indeed there are rules against money laundering and tax avoidance that London wish to escape. The EU does not need Singapore on Thames. The economics around Singapore have nothing to do with London. Day dreaming is fine but not too long especially in business matters

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davide khalil 27/09/2021 - 2:01 AM

The city is over – it was the wholesale finance trading hub for europe. Now its not and all the other factors that worked on that critical mass will go elsewhere. Being a private equity capital is nothing near as large a thing. And with the lost tax revenues of the hard tory brexit nonsense, its a quick path to a failed economy and an IMF bailout.

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Martin Ersatz 27/09/2021 - 2:01 AM

City of London financial institution: "Alright chaps we're relocating you to Frankfurt"
'Chaps': "F'off"
City of London financial institution: "Alright chaps, Brexit won't go away so we're relocating some to Dublin, mebbe a few to Frankfurt and a few odds and sods left here who'll eventually be made redundant"
'Chaps' "C'est la vie"

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seamus maguidhir 27/09/2021 - 2:01 AM

Interesting but where was this before Brexit and are the predictions as good as the one before brexit, i.e. worng?

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Abraham Tsfaye 27/09/2021 - 2:01 AM

I remember 2 years when I visited that country. In their capital I saw decay everywhere. They were boarded up empty shops, homeless people in alleyways, women drunk openly urinating in the streets at night. It was so grey and depressing. Couldn't wait no leave. UK is a dump.

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Gio Pirro 27/09/2021 - 2:01 AM

The higher the eu tryes to keep their money in the more they will go somewhere else. Is this guy for real? OMG!

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Shanjan Usman 27/09/2021 - 2:01 AM

This is really irrelevant at Boggart Hill, Leeds

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Hope Forbetter 27/09/2021 - 2:01 AM

Reckless behaviour of greed based on charging commission based on risk misrepresentation and no risk taking needs to be regulated.

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William Y 27/09/2021 - 2:01 AM

Singapore has much less competition in ASEAN as financial hub, AND Singapore is one of the member countries of ASEAN. UK now has left EU, so no reason to keep UK as financial hub for the region, right?

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Mike White 27/09/2021 - 2:01 AM

Musical soundtrack too loud, making it difficult to hear spoken word.

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Susan Hopkinson 27/09/2021 - 2:01 AM

Bad cowboys would replace honest brokers… who are the honest brokers in the City? 🧐

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Nick Usalis Knight 27/09/2021 - 2:01 AM

Time to flee that dingy island for better EU alternatives

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Jiří Řehůřek 27/09/2021 - 2:01 AM

It makes any point anyone is trying to make instantly less credible if they feel the need to use wars with competing power from early 19th century as supporting argument.

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Michael Rolfe 27/09/2021 - 2:01 AM

Strange: "ethical investment" is the new buzzword in Australia: sky farming, denim making are a couple in the news, as is disinvestment (oil,gas,coal).I doubt anyone should be surprised at the absence of "ethical" in most British life–including investment

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Dan Pal 27/09/2021 - 2:01 AM

The problem with Singapore on Thames is that Singapore has a strong manufacturing base, which the UK abandoned

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IKEMEN Osaka-ben!【大阪弁】 27/09/2021 - 2:01 AM

I mean, Singapore isn't that bad regarding authoritarianism.

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Jannik M. Meissner 27/09/2021 - 2:01 AM

I think Sequoia moving their new European operations to London is already a sign of another scenario: London as Europe's Venture Capital arm. With German regulators discussing bans on blanket funds, London could be a prime area to finance building a new wave of tech companies if scale and volume close in on the Valley.

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daniel webb 27/09/2021 - 2:01 AM

Not a lot.

Given the initial estimate was 82k job losses just from Euro clearing. When is now 8k from all finance jobs.
London will be at lowest 2nd most important financial centre in the world in 2050. As it was in 1950 before EU existed, as was in 1850 before Germany or Italy existed. As it was ……

All these experts models fail to adequately allow for "soft" advantages of the UK or behavioural economics. And worst of all, when actual experience differs from their models they don't feed that back into their assumptions but blindly carry on.

Anyone who thought the UK would lose 100k finance jobs. Really thought that, wasn't just lying to suit their political agenda. Should apologise to their mum for being such a failure. Should be allowed to continue to work in the city… in pret, not in a bank or consultancy.

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Andrei William 27/09/2021 - 2:01 AM

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