Fri, 24 June 2016
The Brexit vote is “a wake-up call no anyone who is not privileged” according to a leading investor advisor who has dubbed it the start of a global anti-establishment movement.
Dr Pippa Malmgren, former economic advisor to George W Bush said that the vote for Britain to leave the EU would be a good thing for the UK and UK property and added that the City of London has been suffering Stockholm syndrome in relation to the EU. “It has fallen in love with its captor.”
She said: “This is not just a UK issue. There are exit talks across Europe. Denmark, Sweden, Italy. So what have we actually left? Will there be anything to even exit before too long?
“And it goes further than that. It is global. The people across the world are saying ‘this is not working’.”