UK’s departure from the European Union has at some point of time, been described as one or all of the above. This separation truly has captured the world’s attention for its rather unpleasant execution. It’s been more than three years since a referendum clearly indicated the will of the majority of British citizens, to leave the EU. However, politicians are divided on a final roadmap for Britain’s departure from the EU.
Earlier this year, British legislators voted against the Brexit deal negotiated by Prime Minister Theresa May with the European Union. As I write this, the imminent date for Britain’s departure is just a day away, and there is still no agreement over how things are going to be, once this divorce finally culminates into an irreversible separation. Although May has written to Donald Tusk, the president of the European Council, asking the EU for a further delay to Brexit until 30 June, it seems no concrete response has been forthcoming from Tusk’s side.
Let’s for a second consider that all goes well and Britain finally exits from the EU with a decisive roadmap in mind, what then? Is Britain equipped to deal with the repercussions of a move like this? Has it invested enough time and resources to figure out how the economy will get back up on its feet, once they lose out on all of the EU’s valuable resources? I don’t think so.
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Source : Hackernoon