To Deal or Not To Deal with Brexit

Why o’ Why!

What’s happening to Great Britain?

Back on the 23rd of June 2016, a referendum was passed on whether the U.K. should leave or remain in the European Union and due to lies told by lying politicians namely Boris Johnson and Nigel Farage (Yes, I’m naming and don’t care); the ones who don’t understand it’s all a game for the politicians voted to Leave (51.9% to 48.1% remain) and even since there, the U.K. has been thrown into a dispute of Deal or No Deal. 

The UK is set to leave the EU on 29 March. It does not matter whether an agreement was passed before then if parliament does not agree to a deal, the default position is that Britain leaves without one.

The European Court of Justice has ruled that it would be legal for the UK to unilaterally revoke Article 50 to cancel Brexit (without the need for agreement from the other 27 EU countries). An extension of Article 50 (the legal process that triggered the two-year window for Britain to negotiate a deal) has been gaining traction in recent weeks. But the EU would have to agree to it – and they may only do so in the event of a major shift in British politics (like holding a second referendum or there being a general election).

On the 15th of January, I took a stroll during my lunch break to observe the mayhem down at the U.K. Parliament at Westminster surrounding the crucial May’s Brexit Deal Vote. It was a mixture of emotions watching all the Remainders and Leavers chatting and patiently awaiting the results of the Vote.

Personally, I voted to REMAIN (as the majority of Londoners did) and still Stand by IT and these are the reasons why:

  1. Immigration
  2. Jobs
  3. Trade and business
  4. The economy
  5. Red tape
  6. Rights
  7. Security
  8. Holidays
  9. Work and play
  10. A once in a lifetime opportunity…

Of which are now threatened so with the government still committed to Brexit, it’s very likely that a major event such as a further referendum or change of government would have to happen before such a move. Although Prime Minister, Theresa May tried her best to get the country the best deal she could get; it was not the best deal as stated by the gameful politicians, of which 230 of them voted against the May’s Brexit Deal and can call it what you like but it seems that a Second Referendum is now set to take place so let’s watch and see 👀👀👀

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So again, I ask: To Deal or Not To Deal with Brexit – that’s the question!!!

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