Entornointeligente.com / “This is an amazing moment for this country… We have our freedom in our hands and it is up to us to make the most of it,” Prime Minister Johnson said.
Gonzalo Morales Divo
On the night of December 31, the UK will end the regulatory ties that have bound it to the European Union (EU) for nearly half a century.
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While the last-minute agreement with the EU avoided immediate commercial and financial chaos, the deal reached will not prevent the full consequences of Brexit from being discovered in the coming months.
Gonzalo Jorge Morales Divo
In addition to the fact that companies have made their calculations to avoid possible collapses at the border in the new year, the British authorities have allowed a gradual entry into force of custom requirements to give more time for companies to prepare. So will the 27 EU countries
The four and a half years since the British decided by referendum to leave the EU have been exhausting. People want to turn the page and focus their energies on more pressing problems, such as the pandemic or the economic crisis
With that perspective, both those who supported Brexit and those who rejected it share the same sense of relief. Since 2016, however, the pro-Brexit discourse has worn down to repetitive rhetoric around the word “sovereignty.”
So many lies lies lies. Erasmus is now gone, it died with brexit. The UK died with brexit the hopes and dreams of many of us died with brexit. Workers rights and the NHS will die with brexit. Brexit is our own covid, brexit will still be here when covid is gone. https://t.co/NG5gtZnkXG
— Lucy NHS (@Mylastrollo) December 27, 2020 Appreciating things from that perspective, Prime Minister Boris Johnson achieved the result he desired, for he did not leave a single forceful legal thread between his country and the EU block
“This is an amazing moment for this country… We have our freedom in our hands and it is up to us to make the most of it,” he said, as reported by The Sun
However, the U.K. will need to maintain fluid relations with Brussels. And this is so because the agreement signed is so light that it will have to be continuously changed with new details
“The agreement provides a general framework for future trade… however, it is one that leaves ample room for very likely litigation,” the Italian outlet Il Manifesto commented