Polls are underway to try and build an accurate picture of whether the U.K. will vote to stay in the European Union (EU) – or make a British exit (Brexit).
With the referendum on June 23, we look at some of the key issues being
discussed – and the different opinions of politicians, economists, the business community and those living in the EU.
When actress Gwyneth Paltrow described her plans to porce musician Chris Martin a few years ago, she talked about going through “conscious uncoupling” – meaning they would “collaboratively unlink” as opposed to having a “hostile separation.”
porce experts agree that a porce is a porce, no matter how it happens. However, the tone and terms of a porce can range from non-combative, to one that evokes revenge and anger.
What is clear (from listening to the many discussions on the subject), is that the “leave” supporters are counting on more of the Paltrow-Martin friendly uncoupling – while many of the opposed predict a hostile and messy split.
So, what are some of the considerations – and how does the EU, and the corporate world, feel about the Brexit? And what does it mean for us in mobility?