The drama of Brexit is finally over?

 The long story of Brexit breakup will end on the last day of this year. In 1973, the United Kingdom joined the European Union under the leadership of British Prime Minister Edward Heath. 

And on January 31, 2020, after almost 47 years, the United Kingdom, led by Boris Johnson, left the EU. For centuries, the United Kingdom has ruled, exploited, and dominated many parts of the world. 

Now that country is leaning towards self-separation on its continent, wrapping itself up.


 From the new year 2021, the separation of the United Kingdom from the European Union will be effective forever. 

After nearly 50 years in the EU, there has been a lot of controversy over the departure. After four years of negotiations on Brexit, everything is now a thing of the past.

 Britain officially left the European Union on January 31 this year, following a referendum on Brexit and a heated debate in the British Parliament. 



Since February 1, 2020, the European Union has become a 27-nation alliance.

From time immemorial, British governments have viewed the EU's various logical initiatives with scepticism. 

For example, the euro currency system was introduced in 19 countries in 2002, and Britain has not joined the Shenzhen visa system introduced in 26 countries since 1995. 

The Brexit movement has been gaining momentum in the UK since 2016. Since then, when the United Kingdom began to negotiate with the EU on various issues, the European Union, in various cases, gave concessions to the United Kingdom.

 However, service rates and capital in various sectors of the UK have been shrinking for some time.

 Conservative and Labor governments in the United Kingdom have made several social and economic reforms to overcome their economic crisis, but have not been able to recover completely. 

And the last argument or weapon of this reform was the withdrawal of the United Kingdom from the European Union. However, Britain's hardline nationalist parties fueled the exit from the European Union.

The process of forming the EU alliance began on 9 May 1950, the first time in the 70-year history of the alliance that a country had left the alliance.

 Despite leaving the alliance earlier this year, the EU has set an interim deadline of 31 December. 

Although attempts were made to reach an agreement between the two sides at various stages from January to December this year, the ice did not melt in the end. 

British Prime Minister Boris Johnson visited the EU headquarters in Brussels on December 9 in a last-ditch effort to maintain a bilateral duty-free trade agreement with the EU.

 In Brussels, Prime Minister Johnson met with EU Commission President Ursula von der Leyen, but differences of opinion resurfaced.

Ahead of a recent visit to Brussels, Prime Minister Johnson told the House of Commons that no UK prime minister could accept the terms of the EU alliance to maintain the trade agreement. 

He said it was a question of his country's sovereignty. On the other hand, the current EU President, German Chancellor Angela Merkel, has insisted that the EU will not compromise with its core policies. 

If the British side does not abide by the terms of the EU alliance, a path will be taken without an agreement. 

Also, the United Kingdom must meet EU standards to gain a market for the 450 million people in the 27-nation bloc, she said. EU countries are ready for Brexit without a treaty, but it is not a good example, said Angela Merkel.

After a long time, in the coming New Year, the United Kingdom will have to pay tariffs on imports of goods from EU countries, the same system will apply to the import of goods from the United Kingdom by 27 countries. 

According to the German newspaper Zeit, various British magazines have published a list of special food items on which special tariffs will be levied.

 It said import duty on tomatoes would be 14 per cent, cucumbers 18 per cent, beef 48 per cent and cheese 56 per cent. In other words, the price of food imported from the EU region will suddenly increase significantly.

 The United Kingdom has so far imported 60 per cent of its food from EU countries.

After a long time, in the coming New Year, the United Kingdom will have to pay tariffs on imports of goods from EU countries, the same system will apply to the import of goods from the United Kingdom by 28 countries. 

According to the German newspaper Zeit, various British magazines have published a list of special food items on which special tariffs will be levied. 

It said import duty on tomatoes would be 14 per cent, cucumbers 18 per cent, beef 48 per cent and cheese 56 per cent.

 In other words, the price of food imported from the EU region will suddenly increase significantly. The United Kingdom has so far imported 60 per cent of its food from EU countries.

The Frankfurt Rendezvous newspaper quoted The Independent as saying that the strategy of pressuring the EU alliance by showing the UK's economic and trade partnership with the United States will no longer work, as Joe Biden is set to become the next US president. 

This weakens the UK's position on negotiations with the EU. Note that the defeated President Donald Trump was a fierce critic of the EU alliance and often called the European Union a fragile alliance.

 French Finance Minister Bruno Le Marie has called for the UK to leave the EU, saying it was "historically and politically foolish".
German President Frank-Walter Steinmeier made a timely statement in 2016 about the Brexit secession.

 He said that while the European Union was being treated as a continent by the second generation of Europeans, the tragedy of Brexit would only strengthen the hand of Europe's right-wing conservatives. 




False dream of populist politics around the world is destroying society, economy, culture and politics in many countries of the world. 

This anti-politics is to control their power. Brexit is that scapegoat of that populist politics.

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