The May administration needs to seek a fresh fallback option for Halloween Brexit.
Peter Prince

2019-05-15 12:32:00 Wed ET

The May administration needs to seek a fresh fallback option for Halloween Brexit. After the House of Commons rejects Brexit proposals from the May administration at least 3 times, the E.U. agrees to the subsequent May request of a long extension of Brexit to late-October 2019. The Brexit bill or withdrawal agreement may involve a gross amount of €100 billion. Net of some U.K. assets, the final bill would involve about €55 billion to €75 billion. The key withdrawal transfer funds can contribute to better British health care, social welfare, infrastructure, taxation, and other aspects of public finance. In the prior Brexit referendum, supportive sentiments arise from a wide variety of socioeconomic factors such as the European sovereign debt crisis, immigration, terrorism, and E.U. bureaucracy. Also, Britons primarily use the British pound, so the U.K. has never been part of the E.U. monetary union.

However, Brexit may be detrimental to cross-border trade for the U.K. because the Eurozone remains the primary trade bloc to the country. When the European Union affirms a long extension to Halloween Brexit, the U.K. prime minister Theresa May either gives up her public governance role or seeks a fresh fallback option.

 


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