- Nov 15, 2011
You can't just keep ignoring what I'm saying you look ridiculous. The recent global energy rise have hit everyone and this has nothing to do with Brexit as I said on page 1You said that energy prices have were rocketing. I haven’t seen any huge rises since brexit, but they will now because of the global situation that’s also hitting the eu. You also mention all the companies in it to make a quick buck, but the utilities were privatised in the 80’s, long before brexit.
"Global energy prices have nothing to do with Brexit, but the UK now having the highest energy prices in Europe - which we didn't previously - does. The EU Internal Energy Market means they can absorb the price shocks whereas the UK now on its own has 70 providers, many chancers trying to make a quick buck and going bust, and the taxpayer will pick up the £1 billion bill to bail them out."
Then add on the post Brexit costs arising from the barriers we have voluntarily erected with Europe , and you have the perfect storm.