What is the meaning of Brexit ?

A big concern is upon the global community in the past months. In the summer of 2016 the government decided to up to a vote if England it’s in the case to leave the European Union. More than half of the population voted to leave despite the fact that ” Scotland backed Remain by 62% to 38%, while 55.8% in Northern Ireland voted Remain and 44.2% Leave”

The first part that we need to look at is the simple question that everyone is wondering what it means and even months after the referendum a majority still don’t know. What the term “Brexit” actually means ?” It is a word that has become used as a shorthand way of saying the UK leaving the EU – merging the words Britain and exit to get Brexit …”


Title: Brexit Author: succo Source:pixabay  License: CCo Public Domain

This referendum implied a lot to assimilate especially that the society wasn’t aware of the significance of the decision. “It seems rather worryingly however that straight after the results one of the top questions asked in the U.K. on Google was: “What is the EU?” “.

The biggest matter is if the people knew what they were voting for. Nobody did any research on the subject but as late as they found out that the United Kingdom is leaving the European Union started a massive questionable substitution. Google released a photo summing up the most popular questions after the Brexit decision.

Since the referendum took place the prime minister resigned in the same day that the matter of UK leaving the EU didn’t have a way back. “Britain has got a new Prime Minister – Theresa May. The former home secretary took over from David Cameron, who resigned on the day after losing the referendum.”

It is clear that United Kingdom will formally leave the EU the question that remains is when ? “For the UK to leave the EU it has to invoke an agreement called Article 50 of the Lisbon Treaty which gives the two sides two years to agree the terms of the split. Theresa May has said she intends to trigger this process by the end of March 2017, meaning the UK will be expected to have left by the summer of 2019 …”



A problem is arising taking in consideration that England is multicultural and colorful from the nation angle of speaking  “If it remains within the single market, it would almost certainly retain free movement rights, allowing UK citizens to work in the EU and vice versa. If the government opted to impose work permit restrictions, then other countries could reciprocate, meaning Britons would have to apply for visas to work.”

The controversy behind this action triggered the population interest if there could be another referendum that would change the decision of leaving the European Union .”Both the Conservatives and the Labour Party have ruled out another referendum, arguing that it would be an undemocratic breach of trust with the British people who clearly voted to Leave. The Liberal Democrats – who have just a handful of MPs – have vowed to halt Brexit and keep Britain in the EU if they were to win the next general election.”

To summaries , Brexit means a wider range of changes for the politic, economy and society of England. This can lead to better or worse depending on the way of seeing.

Accreditation to American Enterprise Institute

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Kat Dodd
Alexander Svensson
Secret Pilgrim

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"Viața e frumoasă şi roz" aşa obişnuia să-mi spună un om înțelept. Cu timpul, vorba lui a prins contur, indiferent de împrejurari. Fiece evenimente se întâmplau nu ma lăsam cotropită si îmi aminteam cu plăcere de suava si blânda lui voce. Secretul consta în eliberarea a tot ce ne ține pe loc. Viața îşi va urma cursul iar tu vei aştepta în zadar miracole ce va să fie.
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