United Kingdom: Three and half years after the UK public voted to leave in 2016 Brexit Referendum, the UK has finally separated officially from 27-member political and economical bloc on 31 January. But there are limitations which still England have to mend!
The dispute between England and the European Union
England always wanted to separate its name from the 27-member political and economic bloc to live independently and not participate in other accountabilities. They have urged this request on 31 January. Both the parties agreed on this term on 24 December.
New terms and policies
According to new terms and policies, the UK and EU will live, work and trade together. If we discussed earlier scenarios when the UK was in the EU, companies were allowed to buy and sell goods and products all over EU borders without paying taxes. There were no rules and regulations on the number of things for import and exports.
If we talk about the new terms, both parties have to mend and shared rules on ‘worker’s right’ and social and environmental regulations. The shared principles include travel, fishing and financial services.
Unfortunately, freedom to work and live between both the unions comes to terminal. UK nationals will need the visa if they want to migrate in the EU (more than 90 days).
On the other hand, Northern Ireland will continue to follow the rules of the European Union. This measure is to avoid setting of its border with of its republic. The UK is now to free to negotiate with other countries in the world.
Tweets and Replies
First Minister of Scotland and Leader and MSP for Glasgow Southside, Nicola Sturgeon tweeted, “Scotland will be back soon, Europe. Keep the light on.”
Scotland will be back soon, Europe. Keep the light on 🏴❤️🇪🇺❤️🏴 pic.twitter.com/qJMImoz3y0
— Nicola Sturgeon (@NicolaSturgeon) December 31, 2020
Lord Frost of Allenton, Sherpa and EU adviser to Prime Minister, David Frost tagged Barris Johnson and wrote, “Britain has just become a fully independent country again – deciding our affairs.”
Britain has just become a fully independent country again – deciding our own affairs for ourselves.
Thank you to everyone who worked with me & @BorisJohnson to get us here in the last 18 months.
We have a great future before us. Now we can build a better country for us all.
— David Frost (@DavidGHFrost) December 31, 2020