So today, Donald Trump became the president of the United States of America, touting the slogan “Make America Great Again!”. It is a scary thought, however this can be used by the UK to make Brexit work.

Trump is trying to re-negotiate trade deals. The UK can take advantage of his unpopularity with the wider world to re-establish the UK as a central business and trade centre. This is one of the ways we can make Brexit work well for us. Let’s just hope that Theresa May realises this and acts on it. As for David Davis, BLOODY WELL THINK ABOUT THIS!

The UK stands at an important crossroad now. We can choose between losing everything or making ourselves an international superpower. Expand the main airports (or just build Borris Island and a new runway at Gatwick to cover the interim period), get some quick rail links installed and then we are done! London can become the financial capital of the world if we play our cards right, making the UK one of the largest economic powers in the world.

With London as the financial capital of the world, the FTSE 100 and FTSE 250 will improve greatly too. Just imagine looking at the TV every day to see them with higher points than the Dow Jones. UK businesses would benefit from this. The government wants them to grow and expand and this is the perfect opportunity!

Whatever the government chooses to do, I hope they play the Trump presidency to benefit the UK more than the US.c

So yesterday the UK voted  to leave the European Union. This is going to be a breakdown of the vote by constituency and also why I think the UK has f**ked itself over (do excuse the term).

So how does it work and why?

For those who do not know, the UK is broken up into 650 “Parliamentary Constituencys”. Basically, back in the days of yore, they took a map, did some maths and drew some lines. These constituencys are how the country votes in elections; a quick overview can be seen here (it refers to the 2015 general election).

Continue reading