Brexit: the Impact on the UK and the EU
|History of the UK’s EU membership||4|
|Brexit and The Lisbon Treaty||5|
|Impact on the EU financial services sector||6|
|Impact on higher education||7|
|Immigration to the UK||9|
|Consequences for trade||11|
|Advantages of Brexit||12|
|The potential alternatives to EU membership||13|
The process of Brexit has started with its two-year negations. The process will be complex and unpredictable. The coming years will be full of deep challenges and considerable opportunities. It may be impossible for the UK to get all that it wants. Even if the government does secure all its desired negotiating objectives, it is very unlikely to do so within the two-year timeframe that it says it aspires to.
A wide range of persons and institutions will influence the final outcome. On the UK side, the government – including the Prime Minister, other ministers, and hundreds of officials in London and Brussels who will take central stage, setting objectives and conducting the negotiations. Also the fact how the EU-27 will respond to the multiple pressures that face them
Opinions ae different as well as the expectations, it is difficult to predict is if the UK leaving will be positive or negative because every sector is affected differently and gaining advantages as well as disadvantages.
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