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Brexit: The UK and the EU

Cameron Mowers, Staff Writer

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If you have watched the news lately or even maybe chatted about it with Mr. Meng in his social studies class, then you have heard of Brexit, the term for the move of the UK out of the EU. So far since it was proposed in July 2016, there has been a lot of debate involving this proposal.  Take David Davis for example. Davis says that there is so much disagreement between the UK and EU that it may very well be impossible. So much in fact, he couldn’t recall all of them, but I quote, “I could give you a list if you want.” One of the biggest of these issues was The Irish border. This is such an issue because it is registered as its own country but is technically part of the UK. People in both countries are constantly disagreeing about Brexit and its details. Brexit will – successful or not – go down in history as one of the most controversial debates in history. The UK is scheduled to leave on March 29th of 2019. 

Source: http://www.bbc.com/news/uk-politics-32810887 

 

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