The Economics of Brexit.


The whole brexit debacle has been plagued by misinformation on both sides throughout the entire drawn out process, and a focal point of a lot of this misinformation has been how the economies of Europe and the uk co-exists as part of the European union and what life would be like if they went their separate ways.

To get a clear vision of what to expect we must look at the timeline of this relationship and see what it meant for the respective economies in the time before the European union, during the European union, during this drawn out breakup and then use this timeline to speculate about what this will mean for the respective entities after their split.

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