News about Brexit have surprised the international community a year ago, but within the last two weeks we had noticed no doubt from The Kingdom. According to The Wall Street Journal, the Prime Minister David Cameron has recently rejected the likelihood of a second submission on Britain’s participation in the European Union if the outcomes one month from now are close, saying the coming plebiscite is a rare occasion. Mr. Cameron demonstrated that the outcome would be last (Winning).
The UK has already achieved a special status in the EU, that was moved concessions on benefits for migrants, the right not to enter the Eurozone and to protect British business from the requirements for European integration. The summit in Brussels last week agreed to give great Britain the right to limit the payment of benefits to newly arrived migrants. Moreover, London won the right to reduce benefits for immigrant children left behind: by 2020 they will be indexed for all arrivals of foreigners, and then only for those who applied for the allowance. Hence, experts bring several possible scenarios of future cooperation between both sides:
– the UK leaves the EU and joins the European monetary zone, which will give her entrance to the European single business sector, except for the budgetary division of the economy. It would likewise free Britain from the EU rules in the fields of agribusiness, fisheries, law and inside Affairs;
– the UK will take after the case of Switzerland, which is excluded neither in the EU nor in the EEA, and goes into isolated concurrences with Brussels in each segment of the economy;
– the UK can go into a traditions Union with the EU that will give its industry free access to the European business sector, yet the money related segment, such get to won’t get;
– The UK likewise may attempt to finish up a thorough concurrence on unhindered commerce with the EU on the Swiss model, yet with insurances of access of the money related area of the economy to the European business sector, and in addition a specific level of control over the definition and implementation of normal exchanging rules.
At the conclusion of the contract on free trade will take years, and the result of these negotiations is not clear. If the UK will break its ties with the EU, then, first, that its goods will be subject to tariffs, and, secondly, the British manufacturers will still have to comply with standards of the European Union that would undermine their competitiveness.
As mentioned by USA Today, the Vote Leave crusade bunch on Monday said its exploration proposed that the Single Market, which permits merchandise and administrations to move around the EU without limitations, is fizzling British exporters (Onyanga-Omara). Moreover, by exiting the Union, The Kingdom changes its position regarding terroristic attacks. According to The Guardian, James Cameron is convinced that Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, the leader of Islamic State, is interested in Britain leaving the EU (Mason). The head administrator made the case as he contended that associates, for example, the US, Australia and Japan were encouraging Britain to remain, while its adversaries were on the other side; he has already contended that staying in the EU is essential for Britain’s security as it empowers more noteworthy sharing of knowledge about terrorist action over the coalition (Mason).
What will happen to Brits living in Europe and Europeans in the UK? Supporters of exit say that Britain will be able itself to control its borders, and that all migration issues will be resolved exclusively in accordance with UK law. This will complicate the arrival of EU citizens but is unlikely to affect those who are already in the UK. Opponents of release say that much will depend on which Treaty of London will be able to conclude with the EU. British citizens may need visas for travel to EU countries, and British citizens living in these countries, may begin to apply the rules of integration. For example, they can be challenged to demonstrate knowledge of the local language to preserve the right to live in a particular country.
- Mason, Rowena. “Isis Leader Probably In Favour Of Britain Leaving EU, Says David Cameron”. the Guardian. N.p., 2016. Web. 19 May 2016.
- Onyanga-Omara, Jane. “British PM David Cameron: Leaving European Union ‘Would Be National Error'”. USA TODAY. N.p., 2016. Web. 19 May 2016.
- Winning, Nicholas. “British Prime Minister Cameron Rules Out Another Vote On Leaving EU”. WSJ. N.p., 2016. Web. 19 May 2016.