Scenario Planning Brexit Referendum – Do Not Put Eggs in One Basket

2 Pages Posted: 17 Jul 2020

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Bina ul Haq

University of Oxford; University of Oxford, Said Business School, Students; Independent

Date Written: June 24, 2016


Brexit referendum will impact sooner or later, since the European economies are massively underperforming and UK is chained to them.

This referendum is “advisory”, not “binding”.

In case of Brexit scenario the strategy should be UK to diversify its international links.

World is an Oyster, UK may strengthen the relationships with Russia, USA, BRICS and
alliances with colonial ruled countries.

European Union and frameworks couldn’t save financial sector disaster in the past. A new
approach must be adopted by liaising with other countries globally.

Keywords: BREXIT-Referendum-UK-Europe-Russia-BRICS-USA-Colonial countries-Arabs-European Union-Constitution-Freedom of Movement Tax-Article 50-Lisbon Treaty-Investors-Properties-Medical-Frameworks-Financial Sector-Currency, Debts-Trade-Import-Export-Policy-Defence-Student-Immigration-Jobs-Negotiation-Scenario

JEL Classification: A11,B00,D72,E42,E44,E50,E60,F50,F54,F61,F62,F63,F66,G01,G21,H53,H56,H70,L00,JOO,KOO,N00,N10,Q00,R00,

Suggested Citation

ul Haq, Bina, Scenario Planning Brexit Referendum – Do Not Put Eggs in One Basket (June 24, 2016). Available at SSRN: or

Bina Ul Haq (Contact Author)

University of Oxford ( email )

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University of Oxford, Said Business School, Students ( email )

Oxford, OX1 5NY
United Kingdom

Independent ( email )

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