|Mr Nelson not living up to his auspicious name|
This time it is Lloyd's of London at it, or rather the Remain chief executive, John Nelson.
Apparently with no passporting for Financial Services, Lloyds will have to leave. Of course, he can't say where just yet as there is not anywhere for it to go. Lloyd's after all was invented in the Uk and has been here for century after century.
But the Japanese have whined a bit so that is that, all bets are off and we have to leave. Clever lawyers are telling them it is passporting or nothing.
Really, a thought comes to me, if the Government has to change when Brexit is voted for, should companies not also think of changing for the benefit of the Country too - especially ones led by UK Brexit hating CEO's who want nothing but failure for the UK?
I guess on balance we cannot go that far, but this is a great example of the sand in the mill we will see from remoaners for the next few years to come.