How likely is it that Great Britain will actually leave the EU?
- robert xLv 76 months ago
its looking very unlikely now
- Anonymous6 months ago
Grrat Britain is a state of the U S
- Anonymous6 months ago
Once the Brexit party Wins the next election Great Britain will leave the EU
- TommyjoeLv 46 months ago
O there going, end of story, the sooner the better. Do you see any country asking them to stay, honestly do you. Once they bring there m eye fives and sixs who suppose to be uncover flying drones around Clonskeagh Dublin watching over the muslim brotherhood, as you can see what the UK is saying about this little country in the world media for the past 2 years is not good, they can bring there circus back home and make sure and bring all there clowns with them even the so called uncover one. Theres one thing certain here we do not trust the UK, no way, theres no one to blame only thereselves.
If your ever in Belfast touring the country, make sure and take the city tours, the open top double decker bus tour is the history that the UK wants the world to believe, the Black Cab tours is the history that they prefer you would not know, the real history.
You'll understand then why we'll never trust them. Theres a lot of countries in the EU thinks the same, we're all wrong and there right lol
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- CliveLv 76 months ago
Great Britain is not a country. The United Kingdom is planning to leave. And as you clearly didn't read what I said last time you asked the same thing, here it is again.
It will leave, as It has given notice to leave over 2 years ago as prescribed in Article 50 of the Treaty on European Union and is only still in because the EU has agreed to extend the time. Twice. The only question is on what terms. And if the House of Commons doesn't get its act together and agree to some, the UK will just fall out with nothing agreed when the EU gets fed up with more extensions of time.
The only way of stopping this is for the UK to withdraw the notice. Article 50 says nothing about this but the European Court of Justice says it can, so it is possible. As this would be an obvious rejection of the referendum result, this British voter, for one, will conclude that it is never worth voting again. Why bother, when politicians ignore us?
- RobinLv 76 months ago
very high otherwise a civil war is likely
- YYYZZ 2Lv 76 months ago
What will be, will be. But the doubt that it will ever happen is massive.
- BookbinderLv 76 months ago
It's in the lap of the gods. We won't know until, probably, almost the last moment.
- JonZLv 76 months ago
If they come to their senses, ZERO!
- numbnuts222Lv 76 months ago
Still far more likely than not, the question is will it be a disastrous No Deal scenario or with a deal.