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the United Kingdom failed due to the complexity of the Brexits for the time being. Otherwise you can not evaluate the decision of the Prime Minister, Theresa May, to postpone the vote on the compromise with the EU. To date, the British have no coherent and, above all, acceptance by the majority strategy, how the future relationship with the European Union, although the EU, the UK is in the framework of their possibilities. The dispute over the Irish border is just one example of many. The planned EU-exit has fragmented the government and the Parliament in London, across all party boundaries and divided. In the worst case, two and a half years of negotiations were not in vain.

The Brexit Referendum was a bad idea. Such a complex question with far-reaching economic and legal consequences for future generations, can hardly be pressed in a simple Yes/no scheme. It’s more than just a Indoors or Outdoors, whether it is a national construct, is opposed to the EU as a supra or not. The EU has made in the past decades, a dense network of inter-state cooperation. To say goodbye also just in Parts, is extremely complex.

populism ruled the UK

refers to the result of the scarce and non-binding referendum, however, as the irrevocable will of the people, had the British policy enough time to think how you can implement this will, and how much inside and how much outside you have in mind. Whether it is Norway or Canada. As with the Irish border to deal or how much economic damage in exchange for More perceived national sovereignty acceptable.

An in-depth discussion about the consequences of Brexits and the future role of Britain in Europe, however, until much too late, and only approaches to place. The debate was dominated from the outset, ideologically and nationalistically. It was worn by supposedly liberal or, alternatively, socialist fantasies, which would in the long term, contributed little to solve the self-inflicted problems of great Britain, but many Brits always like to Brussels.

The British citizens to full-bodied, but a little realistic promises were made that It was not possible to withdraw from the EU and enjoy at the same time still all the benefits (Jeremy Corbyn). The consequences of a withdrawal without an agreement with the EU are negligible (Boris Johnson). The United Kingdom should occur only harder, then the EU will give in already (Jacob Rees-Mogg). This was supported from reality populism of a British tabloid press, which has debated until the very last love against Brussels.