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The #Brexit Deceit: Why a British Exit from EU won’t happen… 

The #Brexit Deceit: Why a British Exit from EU won't happen… 
Written by Dave Peterson

The #Brexit Deceit: Why a British Exit from EU won’t happen…

Yes, it’s unfortunate. But we think the Brexit fiasco is turning out to be a scam…

You see, a British exit from the EU has a lot of consequences. There are so many interests at stake here that a simple referendum just won’t cut…The #Brexit Deceit: Why a British Exit from EU won't happen… 

Yes, we know that Western societies are democratic. But authorities (especially lobbyists) respect democracy up to a point. From there on, all that matters is bank.

Below, we’ll mention a few reasons as to why Brexit may turn out to be a scam. Check the analysis below, and don’t forget to share your opinions!

 

 

(1) Government Delay Tactics.

The British Government wants to get Brexit off people’s minds. And to do that, they need to delay non-stop…

The delays don’t just apply to an official exit from the EU. They also apply to talks related to important EU rights and responsibilities.

For example, there are plans to negotiate the Brexit date till May 2018. This is due to talks, where the EU requires Britain to explain its national vision of the future (1).

But dates aside, other tough tangles exist that require delayed negotiations. For example, the UK may struggle to access EU markets after a Brexit…

Then there’s the divorce bill, which is €40-50 billion… This is a lot for Britain to pay. And it creates problems for an economy that relies a lot on the financial sector.

But hey, more problems mean prolonged negotiations. And prolonged negotiations lead to extra delays, right?

 

 

(2) Parliament Delay Tactics.

The Parliament Has the Final Say in Brexit…

And the Parliament will do everything it can to stall an exit.

The UK Parliament has objected to a Brexit just before last month’s Brussels’s summit (2). This is a telltale sign that delays are being done on purpose.

But the Brussels summit was organized to approve of the UK’s preliminary Brexit deal. And with the delay of a preliminary deal, expect negotiations to stall… for a long time.

 

 

(3) PM Theresa May’s Failure.

The 2017 General elections were terrible for Theresa May. She won, but not by much…

In fact, her party had lost the 2nd most seats during the 2017 campaign. Not to mention that the Labor Party also gained an extra 30 seats (4).

 

 

Conservative Party Split…

It’s rare when a party in power splits so radically on a national issue. But this is something we’re seeing with the UK’s conservative party.

This is making the job harder for PM May to push through EU negotiations…

Also, let’s not forget that the Labor Party originally didn’t want a Brexit. And even though they respect the referendum’s decision, they’re probably looking for a way to stall too…

 

 

Back to the 2nd Point Again…

Good evidence of PM May’s failure is again, the December Parliament vote.

When we look at the UK Parliament, we find that the Conservative Party holds most seats (316). The Labor party comes second, holding only 259 (3).

Technically, this means that PM May’s conservative party should be backing her up. But instead, her party is getting in the way…

The Conservative Party is split on Brexit votes, and the Labor Party is taking advantage of that. As a result, we got last month’s obstruction.

 

 

(4) Don’t Forget the WTO…

The #Brexit Deceit: Why a British Exit from EU won't happen… Technically, after exiting from the EU, Britain can trade with the EU under WTO rules.

So what does this mean? Basically, this turns the Brexit into an immigration control agreement. The British economy might stay intact, even after a Brexit.

With a Brexit, the UK isn’t forced to import foreign labor, since there won’t be any EU border policies.

Also, with a custom agreement, the UK can re-establish trade rights similar to those the EU provides. It’s all a matter of negotiation from there…

 

 

What Do Authorities Hope to Gain From a Delay?

They hope to change the minds of British people (at best).

Who knows? Maybe a re-do of the referendum will be called upon sometime in the future. This is always a possibility, especially if negotiations go nowhere.

But if a new referendum vote does happen, then know that there’s some lobbying behind it. And also know that many in power don’t like the idea of leaving the EU…

 

Also see

Complete Explanation Did #Brexit Mean Brexit?

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Dave Peterson

Dave Peterson
Passion for adventure and sharing his life long journey with as many others as possible.

"What lies behind us and what lies before us are tiny matters compared to what lies within us." HENRY S. HASKINS

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