EU Falling Apart After Issuing Letter Calling For ‘Unity’ As Boris Enters UK Into No Deal Brexit Phase

The European Union’s chief, Guy Verhofstadt, has sent out a Tweet calling for the EU27 to be “unified” after Boris reiterated his ambition for the UK to leave with or without a deal on the 31st of October.

The European Union is now seeing cracks within its unity as the United Kingdom prepares to leave the political union. The EU were riding on a high-horse under Theresa May but now that’s coming to an end, as new Prime Minister, Boris Johnson, is on the scene and he’s not a remainer.

The UK is now phasing itself out of the European Union. The Boris Government has just announced an ambition to set up ‘free ports’, these allow companies to import and then re-export goods without facing high tariffs, leading to cheaper costs for companies.

The United Kingdom has been intending to leave the European Union since 2016. The UK was suppose to formally leave the EU in March but due to Theresa May’s Brexit withdrawal plan being so terrible, the UK Parliament would not pass it – and rightly so, it was an awful deal, designed to trap the UK into the EU, forever.

As the EU now realise the UK is no longer playing games and has a government that truly has the ambition to deliver Brexit, it’s clear that they are now well and truly bricking it, just as project fear kicks in from the Bank of England, when will that Canadian traitor resign? Little weasel.

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The European Union’s chief, Guy Verhofstadt, has sent out a Tweet calling for the EU27 to be “unified” after Boris reiterated his ambition for the UK to leave with or without a deal on the 31st of October. The European Union is now seeing cracks within its unity as the United Kingdom prepares to leave […]
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