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Ҫҩﻯѧʹҩоƶȫεĸļ,Ϊ൳̬ṩ˻ѭAwomanholdsaPro-BrexitballooninapubataneventtocelebratetheinvokingofArticle50afterBritain'sPrimeMinisterTheresaMaytriggeredtheprocessbywhichtheUnitedKingdomwillleavetheEuropeanUnion,inLondon,BritainMarch29,2017.[Photo/Agencies]LONDON-TheformaltriggeringofArticle50byBritaintoquittheEuropeanUnion(EU)onWednesdaydrewmixedreactionsonLondonstreets."IguessweareallBrexiteersnow,butIreallywishthishadnothappened,"saidPhilPatterson,ateacherfromBermondsey."Ivotedremain,butitwasaclosecallforme.Intheend,Ichosetoputsecurityaheadofhavingourownparliamenttotallyinchargeandmyviewshaven'tchangedsincethereferendum,"hesaid.BermondseyisaworkingclassareaofLondon.ItisclosetothenewfinancialcenterofCanaryWharf,whereinternationalbanksandfinanceinstitutionsemploytensofthousandsofworkers.GoldmanSachsannouncedlastweekthatoverthenext18months,itintendedtoincreaseitspresenceinFrankfurtandParisasaresultoftheBrexitprocess.GoldmanSachsInternationalCEORichardGnoddesaidthatthenumbersinvolvedwereinthehundreds.ButonFridaylastweek,DeutscheBanksaidthatitwouldbuildanewheadquartersinLondonforitsstaff,whoarecurrentlyworkingatseveralsitesacrossthecity.OveratCanaryWharf,bankingemployeesexpressedtheiropiniontoXinhuaaboutArticle50ontheirlunchbreak.AfinancialanalystwhohavereceivededucationinBritainbutwithanoverseasbackground,whoaskednottobenamed,saidthatitwasunclearhowtheBrexitprocesswouldaffectthefinancialsector.HeaddedthathebelievedthatLondon'sstatusasaglobalfinancialhubwouldnotbelost,butthatitcouldchange."Weknewthiswascoming.I'msuremyjobissafe,butIwishwehadn'tdonethis.Itwillmakeitharderforsureforsomebusinessesinmysector,"hesaid.BankworkerLouiseDaviessaidshehadvotedforBrexitandwaspleasedithadnowformallybegun."TheEUlikestotelluswhattodo,andIhopethisendsthat,"shesaid.BeforetheBrexitreferendumonJune23lastyear,expertshadpredictedthatavotetoleavewouldhittheBritisheconomy.SinceJune23,thepoundhasfallenagainstforeigncurrencies,forexampletheUSdollar.Ittradedat1.48USdollarsonthenightofthereferendumandonWednesdaytradedat1.24USdollars.ThismakesBritishexportscheaperbutalsomakesrawmaterialsandimportsmoreexpensive.Thishasbeenquicklyfeltintheeconomywithinflationnowat2.3percentontheCPImeasure,upfrom0.6percentbeforethevote.Butthehittotheeconomythatsomeexpertspredictedhasnothappened,andGDPgrowthhasremainedrobust,withannualizedgrowthsincetheJunevoteat2.5percent,whichisabovethelong-termtrend."Weweretoldthatleavingwouldbebadfortheeconomy,butthathasn'thappened,"saidDavies.OutsideasupermarketinLewisham,asouthLondonboroughwhichvotedstronglytoremainintheEUandwhichhassignificantnumbersofimmigrantsfrominsidetheEU,theCommonwealthandfromdevelopingnations,thereweresupportivereactionstoleaving.PaulLee,anelectricianoriginallyfromWalesandworkingonamajorconstructionprojectinLondon,saidthatpayandbenefitsinhisindustryhadnotimprovedoverthepast10yearsandhadgotworse.HelookedtoanimprovementonceBritainwasoutoftheEU."Ivotedtoleave,becauseourjobshavegonetoforeigners,"hesaid.JohnRoyle,awelder,saidhewasnowearninglessthan17yearsagoandhisworkcontractswerelesssecure."JobsgotoPolesandRomanians,"hesaid,addingthathewantedthistochangeonceBritainwasoutoftheEU.ιĸشļڲͬݽбǣִᷢ󲿷شĹĸļ90ġ

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