The European Union has been threatening the United Kingdom that leaving the European Union without a withdrawal arrangement will cause ‘damage’ to the UK economy. Although, it is now clear, that the eurozone is seeing slower growth, with many blaming the single currency as the cause.
The United Kingdom hopes to leave the European Union and commence Free Trade deals to a global market, thus pushing away from the slugging European bloc and start developing trade beyond the scope of the EU.
The United Kingdom is fully preparing itself for a so-called ‘No Deal’, this means that we will leave the European Union without Theresa May’s surrender treaty. Mrs May’s deal would see the UK closely aligned to the EU and it would also see a ‘backstop arrangement’ kick-in, which would have the UK locked into a permanent customs union with the EU.
Boris has been fully preparing the United Kingdom to leave the EU by the 31st of October, deal or no deal, the UK will be leaving. The news of Boris’ New hardline approach comes as the EU economy vastly declines, leading to many now suggesting that the UK is correct to leave the stagnating bloc, before it’s too late.
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The eurozone economies grew by 0.2% in the last quarter, this compares to 0.5% for the United Kingdom. It comes as the UK is heading for a seamless ‘No Deal’ Brexit, one which will see the UK save billions and according to research, could see the UK flourish. The European Union has been threatening the […]
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