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Throughout Brexit, there has been so much attention and focus on the mainland UK itself and the EU that people forget to discuss about the fate of the tiny islands that are scattered across the world known as the British Overseas Territories. There are a total of 14 territories under the jurisdiction and sovereignty of the United Kingdom (contd)

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One island divided by two distinct governance, Northern Ireland governed by the UK   and the sovereign Republic of Ireland in the south are prone to disputes following Brexit. Originally both territories being a part of the EU had a free flow of goods and services under the EU agreement. However with Brexit, there is confusion as to (contd.)

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A 585 page long Brexit Withdrawal Agreement has finally been produced after long years of uncertainty and confusion. It contains all sorts of different deals and negotiations regarding different sectors of governance, economy and society. However, the agreement is still far from being perfect and is currently under the criticism of many (contd.)

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The United Kingdom is now in the amidst of having to anticipate a potential economic crisis. A steep decline in the value of the pound as well as sinking bank stocks are clear signs that a chaotic Brexit will plunge the UK economy into recession. Recently, there have been resignations of many vital UK government ministers and the market is (Contd.)

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Despite the popular belief that Brexit will have a negative impact on the existing LGBTQ+ rights in the United Kingdom, it seems that people might be over concerning themselves with something that may not even be a problem. The United Kingdom has always been a progressive voice and led the world in the development of LGBTQ+ rights, starting with the decriminalization of homosexuality 50 years ago, legalization of marriage equality (Marriage (Same Sex Couples) Act 2013), legalization of child...

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One of the main reasons why the EU was created in the first place, shortly after World War II, was because there was a strong mutual desire to end war between countries. It encouraged economic and political cooperation with the belief that nations which trade together were more likely to prevent war with each other. 

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Ye Mahar

London, United Kingdom

Joined this community on Sep 18, 2018

What age category are you in?
19-21

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Male

What nationality are you? (you may list more than one)
Burmese

Which town or city do you live in?
London

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Bachelor's Degree

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None

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Student

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NYU

Do you think there should be a second referendum on Brexit?
Yes

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