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London Doesn't Know What To Do After Brexit


The United Kingdom seems to have already recovered from the shock triggered by the results of the Brexit referendum in June 2016. At this point, the British authorities are busy getting ready for quitting the European Union for good.
 

 

 

 

British Prime Minister Theresa May promised to appeal to Article 50 – the legal mechanism of quitting the EU. This is likely to happen in March 2017. She got a round of applause for saying that during the party conference. This means that even the High Court’s detailed investigation into the referendum results won’t prevent her from triggering the Brexit process.  
 

 

During the preparation for exiting the EU, the Brexit advocates ignored any talks on the future relations between the United Kingdom and the EU (as well as the rest of the world) since their opinions varied to some extent. 
 

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Does the UK need to retain close economic ties with Europe and remain a member of its common market? Does the UK need to cancel all the agreements and start from square one?
Are there any other alternatives? There are tons of burning questions that need answers as soon as possible. The situation is aggravated by the fact that the advocates of quitting the EU as well as many populists made a lot of big promises which are impossible to implement.
 
Instead of giving clear answers to those questions, the Prime Minister created some kind of vacuum. While some members of the British government are offering something, Theresa May says she is not going to comment on those things, which also means she doesn’t have a game plan herself.
 
While European politicians are looking for hints in the British mass media, the media have nothing left but to take photos of a notebook belonging to an MP assistant just to grasp at least anything related to the Prime Minister’s plans.
 
As a result, we get a classic revolutionary tendency. When there is chaos, the most extreme offers are the loudest ones. They offer to quit the EU, and all the other related institutions even though the UK will have to pay higher duties, and will lose the privilege to sell its services to
EU customers while also spoiling the relations with European allies.
 
The ideas that are currently being discussed in the British political circles are way more extreme than they used to be, especially during the preparation for the Brexit referendum, which means that those new ideas now do not have anything in common with those ideas the
British people voted for during the referendum.

 

 

 

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