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Running head: THE BREXIT REFERENDUM DECISION WAS THE CORRECT ONEThe Brexit referendum decision was the correct one Professor: Nicholas Novosel Student: Minen TsaiCalifornia Lutheran University1
THE BREXIT REFERENDUM DECISION WAS THE CORRECT ONEIntroductionBrexit is a shorthand way to indicate that the UK has withdrawn from the EU - merging the words Britain and exit to get Brexit (Wheeler, 2019). The European Union (EU) is organized by the economic and political partnerships of 28 European countries. It began to promote economic cooperation after the Second World War and believed that countries that trade together could avoid fighting each other (Wheeler, 2019). The EU hasevolved into a “single market” that allows goods and people to move around, just as all member states are a country, it sets rules in many areas.On June 23, 2016, a referendum was held in the UK, almost everyone can vote to determine whether the UK should leave or remain in the EU. The result was "leave", wonby 51.9% to 48.1% (BBC, 2019). The UK and the EU are still in talks with the Brexit deal, and the main reason the UK voted to leave the EU is to control immigrants who have grown exponentially over the years (Lewit, 2019). The Brexit deal is divided into two parts. The first is a legally binding text that sets out the terms of divorce between the UK and the EU. The other part is a way to avoid returning of a physical Northern Ireland border (Wheeler, 2019). Originally, the Brexit will definitely happen, the UK will leave 2
THE BREXIT REFERENDUM DECISION WAS THE CORRECT ONEthe EU on March 29, 2019, whether or not it has reached an agreement with the EU. However, the current situation is, in the absence of an agreement to further extend the Article 50 process, the date of Brexit will be postponed to April 12 (Armstrong, 2019). The Brexit deal is a red tape deal, which has many supporters and against because of the advantages and disadvantages for the UK and EU after Brexit.Literature Review3- For1.Increasing freedom of tradeBrexit offers the United Kingdom (U.K.) an opportunity to forge new, mutually beneficial trade relationships with nations around the world (Abbott, 2017). Also, the U.K. can use the Brexit process to eliminate industrial tariffs and reduce excessive regulations that have unnecessarily constrained British economic growth (Abbott, 2017). The British government has been very clear that Brexit provides this opportunity for the UK to project a Britain that is still thinking globally and still out there in the world as champions of free trade (Collins, 2018).