Last year's Brexit vote brought about competition amongst the European cities which has made it possible to lure jobs away from London and as a result, staffs of International banks are being moved to Frankfurt, Dublin and Luxembourg.
The United Kingdom has split from the European Union. There should be something to cheer about for their supporters. One heartening aspect is that the UK can now try to emulate its former colony, Singapore. Does this sound ironical? It should not when you consider that Singapore has a higher per-capita income when compared to the UK.