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Brexit: the most important is #sovereignty. Let’s keep an eye though on #brexit’s “”promises”” by the Leave camp!


Good afternoon, and welcome to a brave new post EU-free world! 

 And yet, Britain is now in the process of leaving the European Union and to trigger the article 50 of the EU constitution, if a deal is not made otherwise, its trade agreements. Nonetheless, this is the decision of the British people democratically taken ! This result comes out of Thursday night’s Brexit referendum, where the British voters decided s to leave the European Union. It took the country by surprise; about 70 percent of voters, and 54 percent of pro-Brexit voters, expected the referendum to fail.
Europe for 2 days was waiting for the rare appearences in public of Boris and Farage. Does anyone have seen them?
Meanwhile, the value of the pound has dropped through the floor. Sinn Fein are calling for a united Ireland. Prime minister David Cameron has resigned. SNP leader Nicola Sturgeon has said that Scotland is looking at a new independence referendum. The Labour party has tabled a motion to get rid of Jeremy Corbyn,  racists and neo-fascists have been encouraged all over Europe, and the rest of the EU looks about to disintegrate. But most of all, the United Kingdom is a very particular country which might loss its political stability and sovereignty after the Brexit vote as we know it today.

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Brexit : l’Écosse et l’Irlande du Nord ne sont pas du même avis que les Anglais et les Gallois


En votant, à contre-courant,au référendum pour le maintien, l’Écosse et l’Irlande du Nord pourraient prendre le large. Le début de la désunion du Royaume-Uni  approche-t-elle?

Ce vote  qui est un désaveu pour la construction européenne ainsi que pour le Premier ministre conservateur David Cameron, qui a d’ailleurs annoncé sa démission, ouvre une ère d’incertitude sans précédent depuis des décennies pour le Royaume-Uni. Si bien qu’il pourrait rebattre les cartes d’un Royaume-Uni désormais divisé. Continue reading Brexit : l’Écosse et l’Irlande du Nord ne sont pas du même avis que les Anglais et les Gallois