The gambling irony of Brexit
The UK taxpayers will likely fund the whole of the costs incurred by the EU 27 Member States handling the divorce processes while at the same time, funding the reconstruction within Whitehall, the costs in renegotiating and establishing any new trade agreements, along with the financing of all the changes and procedures in regard to border control & security, the necessary adjustments addressing the likely deficits pertaining to economic stability born through current EU subsidies, and any additional protection charges upon the Maintenance costs of established EU Pension rights and obligation.
From a business perspective, all this appears to be additional overheads in burden, over and above the austerity measures that are currently in place towards balancing the books.
An additional burden in deficit the next generations will have to bear as the UK endeavors to prevent any further slide toward economic stagnation and crisis (that may arise through the global marketplace beyond UK control) before any potential advantages that may or may not exist kick in.
What ever happens that Red campaign Brexit bus may take a while to arrive.