a year later, “my daughter isn’t out of the woods yet,” the mother lamented


In the UK, a dismal third anniversary for Brexit

British Prime Minister Rishi Sunak defended Brexit as a “big chance” on the third anniversary of a historic breakup with the European Union, which was marked Tuesday in the gloom in Britain, between social crisis and growing regret. a recent deluge of bad news on Tuesday: according to its latest estimates, the country will be the only major economy to experience a recession this year, with its economy shrinking by 0.6%. Even Russia at war and under sanctions is expected to grow. For months, Great Britain has been struggling with inflation in excess of 10% and social unrest. On Wednesday, strikes unprecedented for 10 years are expected, particularly in education and transport. Three Prime Ministers succeeded each other last year, Northern Ireland is politically paralyzed while London tries to convince Brussels to restore post-Brexit provincial status. Despite successive border control promises and anti-immigration plans, illegal Channel crossings are on the rise – more than 45,000 migrants last year. The Brexit backers’ promise of regaining freedom seems far away, and now is the time to “Bregret”: Opinions, which has long been divided, is now leaning towards Brexit. According to an Ipsos poll published on Monday, 45% of Brits believe Brexit has gone less well than expected – compared to just 28% in June 2021. 9% think otherwise. Early Brexiter, Conservative Prime Minister Rishi Sunak, who marked his 100th day in Downing Street on Thursday, has worked in spite of everything to maintain the balance sheet out of the European Union. meeting a generational challenge,” he said in a statement. “I am determined to ensure that the benefits of Brexit continue to empower people and businesses across the country.” citing the creation of free ports, areas deemed outside the country’s customs territory and therefore benefiting from favorable taxation, and whose prospects were opened up, he argued, by post-Brexit deregulation – Labor shortage – No official celebrations planned to mark the day so. In Scotland, on the other hand, where the ruling separatists have denounced “disaster”, pro-European marches are planned. 31 January 2020 marks the end of Britain’s 47 years of membership in the European Union and, after a landslide of electoral victories for Boris Johnson, the conclusion of nearly four years of political heartbreak after the surprise 2016 referendum. Christmas gift by Bo ris Johnson to avoid the “no deal” synonymous with brutal crashes and economic chaos. Three years on, the economic damage is there, even if the Covid-19 pandemic and the war in Ukraine have exacerbated the situation significantly. According to public budget forecasting agency OBR, leaving the EU will reduce the size of the UK economy by around 4% in the long run. The UK has distanced itself from its main economic partners, where it matters a lot the amount of food it consumes. The labor shortage has been exacerbated by the difficulty of bringing in European workers. However, there is no question of backing down, even for the opposition Labor Party, which is far ahead in opinion polls less than two years from the next legislative election. . Eager to let go of his anti-Brexit past, Labor leader Keir Starmer says a return to the EU is not on his agenda as matters are decided, but he wants to improve relations with Brussels, which remains poisoned by the Northern Irish papers. London is trying to secure readjustment to its post-Brexit status and end the political impasse that clouded preparations for the 25th anniversary of the Northern Ireland peace deal. In April 1998, he ended three decades of intercommunal conflict.vg-gmo/bd/mba

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