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It has taken years of political arguments, thwarted deals and negotiations but the UK is officially out of the European Union on January 31. But the difficult stage might be still to come.Read more from ABC News
Jenifer (Zarknorph) said:
It has taken years of political arguments, thwarted deals and negotiations but the UK is officially out of the European Union on January 31. But the difficult stage might be still to come.
I've been noticing odd shortages in the shops. Almost running out of lettuce in January may be natural - but other shortages, supplies for my hobbies, even new locks etc - seem quite strange.
After almost four years of agony, marked by one referendum, two elections and three prime ministers, the split has been delivered and Brexit can be banished to the sidelines.Read more from ABC News
The United Kingdom is no longer a member of the European Union, with Prime Minister Boris Johnson calling the moment the dawn of a new era in a television address marking the occasion.Read more from ABC News
The Dawn of a new era is marked by The Tories lying through their teeth and remainers insulting everyone who voted differently to them. So exactly the same a...
Jenifer (Zarknorph) said:
After almost four years of agony, marked by one referendum, two elections and three prime ministers, the split has been delivered and Brexit can be banished to the sidelines.
Of England, Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland, only two wanted Brexit.
Scotland is already ramping up its demands to break free so it can return to the EU fold.
Brexit probably do a lot of damage to all sorts of things - including Northern Ireland.
But I cannot see Scotland being able to join the EU as long as it has a land-border with England.
Brexit is a done deal , the leavers saw their vote honored , the remainer's wasted the time of as many people as possible in an effort to up end a referendum , it is time for the British to work together and heal the differences not exasperate them
The EU and the British will ultimately reach a trading deal , it is in the interest of both sides to do so.
The Scots have had their referendum and they wanted to be part and parcel of the UK despite the current nonsense being peddled about
Donald Trump slammed the phone down on UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson who had accused the president of "failing to lead."Read more from Business Insider
Trump genuinely cannot comprehend that people might not like him.