o The EU will most likely punish Great Britain Britain still wants to trade

O the eu will most likely punish great britain

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o The EU will most likely punish Great Britain Britain still wants to trade freely without contributing anything The EU wants to show how difficult this process is so other countries won’t exit o Boris Johnson is likely the next Prime Minister of the EU o This could be the restoration of the nation-state o Part of this referendum was pulling back from globalization o Sovereign states will eventually become dated, just like empires and kingdoms Rise of conservative rise of ideology across Europe o This will fuel movements across Europe and the United States o Our country first, our people first ideology A Great Britain not in the EU is a smaller, narrower, isolated British future Great Britain will lose its voice in the largest trade/economic block in the whole world The EU is bigger economically than the United States There will be increased economic friction between the EU and the UK o Tariffs will be enacted o It will be harder to move goods and services across UK borders
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o Financial jobs are already being moved to Ireland o Toyota is already discussing relocating its UK plants to other places due to tariffs Perhaps this will lead to the loss of Scotland and Northern Ireland The United Kingdom could physically become a smaller country because of the loss of Scotland and Ireland
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