Despite the paradisiac future recently limned by the vole-brained former Minister for Werritty, some fat and lazy car manufacturers are already complaining about the hard work that will inevitably be associated with the joyous return of unshackled entrepreneurialism. Nissan and Toyota have expressed concern about the tariffs which the fiendish Euro-wogs are likely to impose once the UK has extricated itself, thanks to the perverse Euro-wog ideological dogma which specifies that anyone who has left a club should no longer be entitled to the privileges of that club. Nissan has even gone so far as to suggest that a newly-independent Britain might use some of the NHS's weekly £350 million to compensate those companies which are insufficiently resourceful to take advantage of their new and beautiful freedom. Meanwhile, the chief executive at Škoda is demanding, of all things, "concrete decisions that one can really adjust to." Clearly he has no idea what sort of people he's dealing with.