I define WE as the population inhabiting the collective countries of the UK (I think you knew what I meant), I’m not sure what you mean by “We won”? What do you mean? Brexit has not concluded even to this day so talking past tense is a little odd. I was talking about the complexity, fragility and time dependency of supply chains, how the UK collectively feared for the future. The UK cannot provide its care staff with PPE and is rushing to fill the gap with imports, there are desperate calls from the health sector for PPE and increasingly those care providers voicing concerns of needless deaths due to our inadequacies. We have seen nations around the globe turning to nationalism in regards to equipment to fight the virus, what is going to happen when the food supply is treated in the same way. You opened this thread stating the future was dismal, have you changed your mind? Do you think it’s now just a case of Dunkirk spirt and winning? Look at it this way, the 2008 global recession was caused by an economic bubble imploding on sub-prime mortgages, to this day we are still paying for that with austerity only relaxing slightly, the social care sector in crisis, NHS in perpetual crisis, food banks increasing, child poverty increasing and so on and so on. How do you imagine our position to be financially right now with all we have seen in the past few months, for instance May’s oil price going to -$47 per barrel, how do you think that impacts everything else? I would really like to hear some of your in depth ideas on all of the consequences we are seeing, how they disturb other segments of our global machine. Do you have any ideas or thoughts on these issues at all? This is your thread so I would love to hear you open up and show me how everything is going to be ok without just saying it’s going to be ok.