At 11am (not 12am) on 31st January 2020 the UK will leave the EU
After more than three years of indecision, procrastination and paralysis – the United Kingdom will finally cut away from the European Union.
The withdrawal agreement will now come into effect, as the UK moves into the ‘transition’ period. It’s probably safe to say that we, the UK, should expect another year of EU verses UK arguments about the future trade relationship. After-all, we are not due to completely set sail until 31st December 2020.
Will Brexit make the UK stronger, will the UK leaving help to strengthen and unite the rest of the EU, or will it weaken the European Union?
United States of Europe
I have always been under the impression that the European Union was ‘set-up’ to ultimately bring about solidarity and unity after the horrors and atrocities of the Second World War. Wasn’t it Sir Winston Churchill who wanted to see a ‘united states’ of Europe?
I guess whatever happens now, and as we go forward, we will always be partners with Europe, but not exactly in the same way.
OK UK, it’s time – let’s go! And, let’s now put the ‘Great‘ back in Great Britain!