The European Union. Brexit – Causes and Consequences
Keywords:European Union, Great Britain, Brexit, Euroscepticism, referendum
AbstractThis article discusses a fairly current topic throughout the world - Britain's exit from the European Union. As there are numerous discussions and controversial opinions on the phenomenon called Brexit, in the following article we will present a brief summary of the causes that triggered Brexit and its consequences. In this article we will refer to the crises that the European Union has faced, the wave of immigrants who invaded EU and the emergence of Euroscepticism - factors that caused the British people to initiate the process of separating from the European Union, and the effects of this process on Britain and on the European Union.
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