How Has Brexit Been Going?

It’s been more than five years since the UK voted to leave the EU, are they regretting their decision?

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  1. But this is not the real problem, the real problem is in nothern ireland, tension that use to be relatively dormant are now on the rise, anything could lit it up. If it lit up, they could definitly leave the uk for good.

  2. How is it so many people still don’t get this? We (the average Brit) were sick of being ignored by a liberal political elite. We don’t want 300’000 people to come to the U.K. putting downward pressure on jobs and strain on services. We don’t want endless offshoring of British jobs to new EU members. We don’t want to pay billions to help Eastern European countries have better roads than us.

    The U.K. was known as treasure island in the U.K. the relationship was very one sided.

    David Frost and his team have done a great job despite the idiots that came before them.

  3. Most of the arguments against Brexit could have been applied to the US after our independence. There were some years of economic uncertainty here as well, but it was for the best in the long run.

  4. This is like assessing a friends finances after leaving an abusive relationship, it's not about the money. Also I heard a lot of ".. that doesn't sound like much" followed by EE editorialising by putting "not much" in the worst context possible, borderline sophistry.

  5. In my opinion British defense capabilities should be taken into consideration regarding their overall stability. There are two sides of the coin – strong economy and strong military to keep it safe. So Britain could probably score a little higher.

  6. Considering how bad it would have been to endure the pandemic with the EU draining funds all the way through it , plus my wage has increased dramatically I'd vote brexit again in a heartbeat.

  7. Mildly curious. Where are you seeing evidence of uk panic buying? Other than news articles of dubious reliability.

    Also driver shortages, you dont mention the driver shortages in the EU.

  8. Goodness me. Even economic forecasts cant predict one year to the next. The world shuts economy down for a pandemic and they have the arrogance to produce this. What courage.or outright idiocracy

  9. As a UK citizen I can say it has made a difference us leaving the EU but I don't think it's been as bad as some feared but it's certainly not been nearly as good as the leave campaign promised.

    I don't think we can really tell if it's been a success or failure until the world has recovered from the pandemic and seeing how long our economic growth takes to get back to pre-covid levels.

  10. "Royal Dutch" Shell and Unilever just moved to the UK. You don't know what you're talking about. The EU is a commie sh*t land and more corporations will move the UK given enough time. More corporations will entice more works to come to fill the gap. That's the real deal.

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