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Tuesday, 14 June 2016

Greek Fears about a "Brexit" - Possible Implications for Greek workers and students in the UK?



Πώς ένα Brexit θα ανατρέψει το μέλλον των Ελλήνων εργαζομένων και των φοιτητών

Κρίσιμο και για την Ελλάδα το αποτέλεσμα της 23ης Ιουνίου

Ποιες θα ήταν οι επιπτώσεις στην ελληνική οικονομία από ένα Brexit

Four reasons why it could still be a Remain vote after all (New Statesman)

The arguments for voting Remain (The Economist)

Germany warns Brexit could lead to EU 'disintegration' (BBC)

The Brits not ready to leave Brussels - How do you end a partnership between the EU and the UK after 43 years? Well, you don't have to do much at the start, writes DW's Bernd Riegert from Brussels, as the Brexit is likely to take years (Deutsche Welle). Watch the video. Brits in Berlin planning to give up their British citizenship if they're no longer EU citizens, facing prospect of travel visas, residence visas, work permits...

'Emmanouilidis is, however, certain that the remaining 27 member states of the EU won't make the Brexit easy for the UK. "It will be a long and tiring process, where we don't actually know how long it will take," says European Policy Center expert. "It won't be much fun to watch."'

A Dutch Point of View - Reform the EU, with or without Britain, EU Observer

Prospect of Brexit bemuses and worries Germany (BBC)

"In the words of one of Angela Merkel's senior conservatives: 'David Cameron is like the sorcerer's apprentice. He doesn't know what he's started.' "

NB "A sorcerer's apprentice" - 'A person who instigates a process or project which they are then unable to control'.

Der Zauberlehrling 

Hat der alte Hexenmeister
Sich doch einmal wegbegeben!
Und nun sollen seine Geister
Auch nach meinem Willen leben.
Seine Wort und Werke
Merkt ich und den Brauch,
Und mit Geistesstärke
Tu ich Wunder auch.,,,

O, du Ausgeburt der Hölle!
Soll das ganze Haus ersaufen?


Johann Wolfgang von Goethe

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