Brexit explained: what happens when the UK leaves the EU?


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  • um no.
    um no. 4 hours ago

    Thanks for this video, I'm doing a speech on Brexit and now I'm realizing how much more complex it, this really help thanks.

  • peter dollins
    peter dollins 9 hours ago

    Claim of the spirit of the Blitz are absurd fantasies.. We have no Empire to draw on for raw materials or foods this time round. Australia, Canada, New Zealand will not come in the same day as Allies in this emergency as they did in 39. Almost all the allotments my Father grew on in the War are concreted over as are many gardens. Rabbits are near gone I saw men netting for their families and towns back then.. Fish I was given buckets of mackerel by Alex in his dingy in Dawlish, their numbers have fallen are so, by 80/90%? A little less a little more? Leaf mould we collected for growing had gone by the end of the seventies. Access to the countryside is far less even for country Dawlish people-this began in 1952 continuing since. We have double the population to feed now? No friendly US now nor one will become our Ally, no friendly Russia or Ally but a hostile Russia. All countries flattened then will not be now so our comparative disadvantage will be extreme this time. The Quitters campaign backed by Trump through his minions Farage and Rees et al are empowered by the Break-It Quit campaign. If they win they and the powers behind them will be so strengthened.

  • Jack T
    Jack T 9 hours ago

    Thank you for your effort in producing this video. You have clearly delineated the positions. My thoughts are:
    - People have settled in groups based mostly on their beliefs, values, and to the ranking of what is important to them. Physical boundaries reflect the boundaries of groups. Flags and governments are symbols of something that already exists. The reason democratic governments work so well, is they coordinate the efforts of their group.
    - My dad says, "It takes all kinds of nuts to make the world go around." In time I came to realize that it was a truism, not what I initially regarded as as cutsie statement. Not everyone wants to be an accountant, not everyone wants to be a doctor, not everyone wants to be a pilot. People excel by living out the passion and gifts they were endowed with by their creator, which was designed to benefit themselves and everyone around them. Businesses, ball teams, economies, and countries, have only ever flourished where those symbiotic relationships are promoted and allowed to flourish.
    - The Bible says in Matthew 7:15-20 that you will know a group by what it produces. It says you don't get good fruit from a bad tree, nor do you get bad fruit from a good tree. Where the British have planted trees, and the people didn't cut down the tree, they have produced good fruit. Examples would be Australia, Canada, and the United States. They all had a Christian root system before they became successful. Included in that root system are how they are to treat each other.and take care of the environment that enables them to flourish.
    - The British have no problem with the EU being a trade agreement. The problem is it has grown into an invasive entity that is killing what makes them a happy, vibrant, productive group. The EU requires them to allow bad trees to be planted in Great Britain, and define how they will respond to their bad fruit, by replacing what they have with rules with a track record of never working anywhere. The British simply said, No. The problem with globalists is they have the rules for everyone else to live under that makes them the rulers who know best, but they have a consistent track record of their rules never working. The EU has an immigration track record called France. Even France doesn't want to be France right now. Underneath that is socialism, which doesn't work anywhere for long. Those EU leaders are the ones asking the Brits to trust their future to them.
    - If the EU caves to the British Cherkers plan, they become relegated to a trade organization, which doesn't fit with their aspirations for power to control countries, their people, and their economies. Moreover, the EU understands there are others, such as Germany, Netherlands, Switzerland, and the Scandinavians, that have the same concerns. Quality systems and national defense coordination exists apart from EU. If the EU puts in place laws that are unfavorable to Great Britain, Great Britain is not a land-locked nation. They are a people who have relied on global trade more than any nation on earth, and they do not have to cross other nations to access most trading partners nor even the most significant EU countries. This is like a poker game where the EU leaders can only bluff because they are not certain which cards they have. Other members may be waiting for Great Britain to say Call. If things don't go the way the EU wants it to go, the other members may have a tough time stopping Chequers for all, and with it goes their plans for power. Oh wait, they would still have France, Italy, Spain, Portugal, Greece, Romainia, Bulgaria, Hungary, Czech Republic, Cyprus, Slovakia, Slovenia, Estoniak, and they could settle on French for their foreign language, which is also popular in African countries, and move their headquarters to Paris.
    - If I were the EU, I would go for Chequers to at least as the only sure way to keep the EU alive and maybe my job.
    - For the Brits, it's between Chequers and No Deal. No deal has lots of advantages, such as no fees and instant control immediately. There are a lot of "if" and "could be" speculation of what would happen, but they are also unlikely. Scotland is reacting to losing the vote, but I don't see Scotland wanting to not be part of Great Britain over it, especially when it might actually turn out to be to their benefit to leave the EU. The sectarian violence between Ireland and Northern Ireland wasn't settled by the EU. They simply tired of it and it lost support. Ireland can still trade with Northern Ireland according to EU agreements, and if those agreements are onerous, they will find another way to trade with them that does make sense. If Great Britain does better out of the deal than in it, they might leave themselves. Right now, speculator buzz is about investing in the GBP on the expectation it will come down to No Deal, so there are some betting that No Deal would not be a tragedy.

  • Danilo Sales
    Danilo Sales 10 hours ago

    “Brexit is basically if pompei voted for the vesuvius to erupt”.

  • Infriction
    Infriction 11 hours ago

    Yes. Better for UK business because businesses will no longer have the competition of cheaper apples. Of course being forced to trade in more expensive apples will bankrupt the seller's business but hey...

  • Pete
    Pete 15 hours ago +1

    Hey, all of you britons! Read this!
    The EU is a union of 28 countries, so you leave, you leave the other 27 countries. And one of that is SPAIN.
    That means that Gibraltar will be closed. Spain deserves to get Gibraltar, and we will fight to get again that COLONY.
    Should you leave with no deal, you will find lots of problems. Spain is a big country not inferior to yours.
    Viva España, fuera ingleses de nuestras tierras.

  • Pete
    Pete 15 hours ago

    This is not now about the EU and UK. This is about Spain and the UK. Gibraltar.
    One month to go. Viva España. Gibraltar Español! ES

  • J.C.S Swede
    J.C.S Swede 16 hours ago

    EU is a union of dumb heads who just takeing money from U.K. DEATH TO ARTICLE 13

  • Mic_Glow
    Mic_Glow Day ago +1

    Maybe EU is better off without a country that can't decide what to do with themselves.

  • adam mee
    adam mee Day ago

    Long live the the Queen...Build the Wall!! hip hip..hourray!

  • Edwa Oman
    Edwa Oman Day ago +1

    Hasta la vista... UK

  • Shiina
    Shiina Day ago

    I don't want UK to leave EU :'(
    I won't be able to order anything from UK without having to pay for custom duties then...

  • Yash Bajpai
    Yash Bajpai 2 days ago

    Hard brexit is most stupid decision, clearly recommended by a person who does not understand economics.

  • Helge Smutt
    Helge Smutt 2 days ago

    Forget it. Only a revoution can make you leave EU. They won't let you go without a fight now when new world order is so close.

  • Zoe Bueche
    Zoe Bueche 2 days ago

    Of is not broke dont brexit lol

  • Andrew Fisher
    Andrew Fisher 2 days ago +1

    Nice to see most of you writing in English, Why are you all so worried about us leaving if you won't be affected. Your own countries aren't exactly performing well and the ones doing really badly YOU will have to bail out. Good luck to your diluting identities, do none of you know how to be proud of your own country, your own customs. Good luck when the EU takes over full control of your nation. British people believe in Britain and that's a good thing, do you hate us for that? We buy your products now but if tariffs make them too expensive then guess what? A low value to the pound will make us very attractive for export. I could understand the Eastern European countries wanting the help of the EU but the truth is most if not all are starting to see the light. What started off as a trading community is now a political union and where will it stop?

  • Big Begin
    Big Begin 2 days ago

    Nice explanation 👍🎉

  • Jimmy Twigg
    Jimmy Twigg 3 days ago

    That is all.

  • Lunarix Xx
    Lunarix Xx 3 days ago +1

    Live in northern ireland im already waiting for the car bombs fights and everything YAY ...

  • The-LastNoise
    The-LastNoise 3 days ago

    Funny how the Chequers compromise was rejected, no matter if you compromised they wouldn’t agree. Its like the dems here in America. They say that they want to compromise but never do. It’s the republicans that compromise more often. I believe I now understand where I stand here in this issue.

  • Sass Hole
    Sass Hole 3 days ago

    Just to nit-pick at 6:20: It should be "the less things will change" not "the fewer things will change". It has nothing to do with "things" being a countable noun. Put one way, it is a re-structuring of "things will change less". You wouldn't say "things will change fewer".

  • William Doubleu
    William Doubleu 3 days ago

    More fear mongering from the 'Remoaners'.
    If anyone thinks the major motor manufacturers of Europe back shafting the GB.
    You are sadly misguided. Their markets with GB is essential. BMW. Mercedes. Citroen. Fiat. Daf etc.
    We are their number one market. Their factories would close or go on short hours, and unemployment would rise.

  • Big boys Stuf xXX
    Big boys Stuf xXX 3 days ago

    Is that right choice with Theresa may in charge? Ha ha... that can happen only if u had mr putin on charge not Theresa is going to end very bad good luck

  • Jimnez. 84
    Jimnez. 84 4 days ago

    At least Cathy wasn't presenting it....

  • brian waterhouse
    brian waterhouse 4 days ago

    Channel 4. Fake news.

  • Jksed
    Jksed 4 days ago

    Whats the difference between the effects of no deal and Hard Brexit. I know what both of them are and how they work but aren't their effects the same? As in tarriffs, new laws etc?

  • kristjan pirc
    kristjan pirc 5 days ago +1

    what is brexit?

    • Shiina
      Shiina Day ago

      British + exit = Brexit

  • dnaspower
    dnaspower 5 days ago +3

    As a citizen from an EU country I say good riddance, your loss entitled Brits.

  • The_ Joker
    The_ Joker 5 days ago

    04:48 Note the missing Irish flag! 🇮🇪
    Once again GREAT Britain are screwing Ireland and trying to rebuild their extinct empire!

  • Patricia Barr
    Patricia Barr 5 days ago +3

    Haha watching this now is like a comedy "no risk of hard brexit..."
    Its real, hard brexit on its way...

  • the beickon boy
    the beickon boy 5 days ago

    I vote to stay in the EU so I can travel in and out of the uk

  • Malike roseycute
    Malike roseycute 5 days ago +1

    yyy u need to start telling about PEP tell about it it is good to children in grade 6students

  • MélissaEnvy
    MélissaEnvy 5 days ago

    I just want this damn Brexit to end, I'm sick of reading about everywhere, even when I block it from my newsfeed it just keep popping up. ENOUGH ALREADY JUST LEAVE!

  • Obbe79
    Obbe79 6 days ago

    Why did you guys voted to leave without having a plan to leave?!?! It's like quitting your job without having a new job.

  • Peter Woods, Torre Chianca

    For many years British people needed a passport to get into Ireland , Irish could come to the UK no passport and often came in Caravans and dropped rubbish around

  • Alexis Wilkinson
    Alexis Wilkinson 7 days ago

    More doom and gloom remain wants you to tremble over, There is a Bigger wiser power in control and I will put my trust in him my God and Saviour Christ Jesus don't forget he has won the battle for us who trust in him ,Everlasting & Eternal .

  • tectorama
    tectorama 7 days ago

    When we leave, very little will actually happen.

  • alisa perdita
    alisa perdita 7 days ago +1

    So according to this the only good thing about brexit is the apple business profiting

  • Tamal Plays
    Tamal Plays 7 days ago

    no deal will be good for EU

  • Ivan Santana
    Ivan Santana 7 days ago +1

    The only thing that will happen is all Europeans would be happy without having to put up with the Nigels in their daily life - not a bad thing at all, in my opinion.

  • PhyZeik
    PhyZeik 7 days ago

    Britain has no resources, so unless it wants low wages and high taxes it better stay with the EU.

  • PhyZeik
    PhyZeik 7 days ago

    1) democracy failed in the UK 🇬🇧

  • SweetTea742
    SweetTea742 7 days ago

    Hey folks, I have a question for anyone who may know the answer. The video gave an example of the win-lose situation of implementing a trade tariff (apples vs airplane parts). Basically more profits selling British apples but lower profits importing plane parts... My question is, can the trade tariffs be selective or tailor made? A tariff on one good (apples) but no tariffs on another(plane parts)? Thank You.

  • guy sumpthin
    guy sumpthin 7 days ago +1

    Its really about the dues, the big money which,of course, goes to germany .

    • Ben Slytherin
      Ben Slytherin 5 days ago

      Yes, of cause always the Bad german faschism



  • Tractor Tom
    Tractor Tom 8 days ago

    This is a lot of rubbish

  • Jack Mallam
    Jack Mallam 8 days ago

    Here's the facts for leaving:
    Britain has said it doesn't want a hard boarder, but the EU does, which is unethical to the terms of the Good Friday agreement. Britain has said EU citizen rights are protected upon leaving, whereas the EU has said British citizens on EU territory are up for debate. The EU wanted a free trade deal a month after the vote. However, Theresa May did not seek out the option. Evene though her cabinet advised her on doing so. The EU wants the UK to pay £39-Billion for a deal that includes the backstop, which separates the isles of Scotland, Wales and England from Northern Ireland. Therefore it keeps Britain half in and half out, making it even more difficult to leave the EU fully if it was desired. The EU have said the backstop is non-negotiable. The deal also ties the UK in to the customs unions, where European law will dictate terms of future trade deals with other countries. More businesses have actually been interested in Brexit, as more jobs have been created since the vote and investment has increased. Companies that have moved out of Britain have done so for commercial reasons, such as Dyson and Landrover. Landrover actually made plans to move 10yrs prior to the vote. However, all companies have said they are still continuing their businesses in the UK. EU has protectionist methods for big businesses. High tax rates and regulatory legislation suppress any marketing competition. European countries still want to trade with us, alongside 60 other additional countries. Shortages will not happen and supply chains will not be hindered, nor will businesses leave and unemployment increase. More jobs have been created since the vote, which is counterintuitive considering 800,000 jobs were meant to dissipate upon a vote just to leave. Recessions will not occur, both sides will be negatively affected if a no-deal occurs, but it will not be devastating, because politicians do not make jobs and Britain has already said our laws and tariffs will make it easier for trade, not harder. We will keep high regulations, but will cut corportate taxes. All the scaremongering is just that, it's delusional, fictitious, bias and just that, fear mongering. The EU and businesses that are protected by the EU do not want Brexit because it is not in their own interests.
    The facts of the EU (remaining):
    The EU has a stagnate economic model, which has never increased the value of the euro, as it has only ever diminished more and more every year for the last decade. The EU has caused mass unemployment rates, for example; Spain, which has a 50% unemployment rate, Greece is even worse. European laws suppress nations, France is a prime example for that, where their president wants an EU army, yet has a 14% approval rating. The Italian and Dutch national figures heavily criticise EU laws. The EU courts are now prosecuting the Italian president for altering his own countries budget. This is a court that decided to pass legislation for the increase of their own wages. Think about that. It's similar to allowing a judge to rule in their own favour after committing a crime, because they will benefit from the decision. The EU has an immigration policy that enables anyone on EU territory to apply for citizenship, which has causes a net loss of £120-Billion a year to the UK. The German economy is on the verge of a recession, Italy, Spain, Ireland, Portugal are also on the verge of needing bailouts. France has had a decreasing economy over the last decade as well, which goes half way to explaining the riots. Greece have had 2 bailouts, as well as Ireland and Portugal being bailed out once already. Thus the EU bank has an owed debt of €12.5 Trillion, which has caused an on going crisis over the last decade, as well. The exhange rate mechanism was a catastrophe, thankfully something Britain never entered. During the time that the UK has been a part of the EU, it has had 30+ failed negotiations to reform budget, taxes and immigration policies. EU makes up for 15% of global trade, although it is the UK's nearest trade partner. However, 20% of UK trade isn't that of goods, but financial services instead.
    They seem like a one sided set of facts, but they are the facts, they aren't biased. I especially encourage anyone who disagrees with them to look up these facts for validation for their own sound of mind, because this is the reality Brexit is facing.

  • Francis Ryan
    Francis Ryan 9 days ago

    The sooner the BRITS leave the better

  • Meow Meow
    Meow Meow 9 days ago

    8:20 "be like staying in the EU single market for goods..... But at the same time the government wants a bit more freedom, particularly when it comes to striking new trade deals with other countries around the world"
    OH that is why Brexiters want Brexit... for the "deals with others" BS. Look at the SOCIAL control of the EU.

  • Stella Smith
    Stella Smith 9 days ago

    Let me tell ya. Britian will not fall under the crazy article 13. So it's freaking worth it

  • Luke Tiernan
    Luke Tiernan 9 days ago

    No lubricant

  • Paolo Tangini
    Paolo Tangini 10 days ago +1

    Elena No This is a phrase that I invite you to copy and paste everywhere!
    European union (regime) is based on 3 columns:
    2) ARTIFICIAL IMMIGRATION TO lower workers' salaries
    The ECB is PRIVATE the euro is PRIVATE

  • Kehja Jazke
    Kehja Jazke 10 days ago

    I am from Singapore. When we gained our independence from the British, our country was literally a shithole. Today we are wealthier than our colonizers.
    When the news of Brexit reached us on the other side of the globe, millions of us rejoiced. Why ? A weakened Britain is good news for all of us in the former colonies, desperately eager for some payback. There are many Indian immigrants here in Singapore, and they often tell me how the hatred for the British is still well alive and deep rooted in India.
    The Brits overestimate their influence and standing in the world today. They think they can negotiation favorable deals with other countries on their own. They are wrong. All of us, the former colonies of British, Singapore, Malaysia and dozens others are waiting patiently for no deal Brexit. When the Brits lose the support the of the EU, we will be more than happy to chew the UK up and spit it out. Believe me, there are millions around the world keeping their fingers crossed for the self-destruction of the UK.
    “Great” Britain, wait till you get what’s coming to you.

    • Che Quer Vara
      Che Quer Vara 7 days ago

      I as a Brazilian also want the British to leave the EU, but for different reasons.
      The EU is responsible for all the corruption of Western culture through Muslim immigration, it is enough to see the amount of immigrants in Paris and St. Dennis destroying France, the gender ideology happening in several countries, but the fuse was when they approved the Article 13, which basically bans the Internet in Europe.

      With the British leaving the EU, the organization will lose one of its main pillars and economic backers, and therefore will become weaker and more vulnerable. And seeing this, they will have to change their policy towards the Muslims, otherwise the organization will go to the ruins.
      Thus, Muslims, Islamism and consequently leftist progressivism will lose force.

      I wish you all the best, imperialism has been a plague on humanity, I am hoping that Brexit will happen and that Western culture will gain strength.

  • Miss Informed
    Miss Informed 10 days ago

    Sorry, but you never tackle the truth in this virtual fact fest. Britain was one of the main contributors in shaping out the EU. The EU is as democratic as your political system is and nothing happened to your sovereignty. Free movement within the EU is much more regulated and protected than what the UK implemented. You keep stating that the Brexit camp says... but what is more important is whether it is true or not.

  • Pablo Cárdenas
    Pablo Cárdenas 11 days ago +1

    Good video

  • nicholas cuss
    nicholas cuss 11 days ago

    All this mess came about to try to hold the Conservative party together and in power. And what is the cost to the country? Unbelievable morons. Not to say labour are any better of course. They are all a shambles.

  • Ayan M
    Ayan M 11 days ago +3

    Britannia used to RULE THE WAVES trying to WAIVE THE RULES!
    Can’t go back to looting, else will get nuked or terror attacks or both!

  • kelsy potter
    kelsy potter 13 days ago

    If Brexit happens then will Article 13 happen?

    • Walter Ribeiro
      Walter Ribeiro 13 days ago

      +kelsy potter Wouldn't worry about it too much right now, you're fine.

    • kelsy potter
      kelsy potter 13 days ago

      +Walter Ribeiro Sad, that means I cannot make edits.

    • Walter Ribeiro
      Walter Ribeiro 13 days ago +1

      It will probably happen sooner or later regardless, unfortunatly it will.

  • Ph3o
    Ph3o 15 days ago +105

    UK: "We want to leave!"
    EU: "Ok."
    UK: "But we keep the nice rights we have while still in the EU"
    EU: "Can't do that"
    UK: "But we are GREAT BRITAN!"
    EU: "And you're free to go. The door is that way. Off you go!"
    It's funny how narcissism and stupidity made you shoot yourselves in the foot.

    • Merrilyn Hu
      Merrilyn Hu Day ago

      Ph3o 😂😂😂that was a funny comment

    • 1mTh30n3
      1mTh30n3 3 days ago

      +Jack Mallam Oh wow, isnt that obvious?? And isnt that absolutely right? wtf do you expect.. keep all the most "beneficiary" things while go apart?? LOL.

    • pam Thompson-Clarke-Reynolds-Bowers-Burton
      pam Thompson-Clarke-Reynolds-Bowers-Burton 3 days ago +1

      +Toshiharu Kobayashi I think, if you look at the united kingdom, you will note the water all around us. That means we are indeed an island with a genetic island mentality. Well not me, as I'm only part British thank god. The rest of me is genetically sensible and mostly northern European on my mother's side.

    • Toshiharu Kobayashi
      Toshiharu Kobayashi 3 days ago

      😆😆😆of course u hv to giv e up the rights too -- but we're still neighbours as no one is an island 😊🤗🤗🤗

    • brian waterhouse
      brian waterhouse 4 days ago +1

      I'm afraid the remoaners didn't know what they voted for. Including you by the sound of it.

  • Duso Gasper
    Duso Gasper 15 days ago

    Stop brexxit

  • loosingmymemory7
    loosingmymemory7 15 days ago

    Dr Victoria Bateman has peaked my interest, they had a similar problem with import cars here and the manufacturers still went bankrupt even after all the extra tariffs on imports. It was a problem of loyalty and all they were loyal to is the money not the country.

  • dwayne fien
    dwayne fien 15 days ago

    there has been talk of splitting from the US here in California, or even splitting the state up. So i know what the people in England are feeling, well in a way. For instance, if California were to leave the US, it could undermine the US dollar causing world-wide economic collapse, so more people are looking to splitting the state, mostly on conservative/liberal lines because those in conservative areas are tired of being overruled by liberal cities, but then again, those in conservative areas also happen to control a vast majority of the states natural resources (mainly water), so we have to take into account what could happen economically if the state splits up, we can't just do something because we feel like it, of based off of emotions, that could leave us in a mess much like England is in right now...

  • Veen Savariapan
    Veen Savariapan 15 days ago

    Why 29 may 2019 brexit?
    British is pulling back what was given b4 independent, so now all the 127 commenwelth country will become one nation under one ruler.
    History is going backward under east India Company

  • David Johnny
    David Johnny 16 days ago

    Welcome to the New world order this the time all the world's government's getting expires

    KPLIITZ 16 days ago

    Why leave the eu

  • The lone Soviet
    The lone Soviet 16 days ago

    Thank god I'm safe

  • Katuni Strasse
    Katuni Strasse 16 days ago +1

    every one who want to remain. Strike for 3 days and dont go to work.they will know the weight of the remain party.
    The leavers can strike as well... but since most are pensioners and benefit chavs.... no one will notice

  • The emperor - Wh40k
    The emperor - Wh40k 16 days ago

    6:46 Couldn't you just find out how to write the things in the native language in stead of "le Apples" and "das Appels". Is it so hard to write "die Äpfel" and "les apples"?

  • Francois 65000
    Francois 65000 16 days ago +1

    Julo le plus beau

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  • Mirko Kita
    Mirko Kita 17 days ago

    So no more tea and coffee for British.

  • mrcynthiag mrcynthiag
    mrcynthiag mrcynthiag 17 days ago

    This does not explain much to a person from the U.S, me. Why would they put up barriers just because the UK wants to exit EU? Why can't they just move on? I still don't understand it, but maybe it is because I don't understand your government. Still very fuzzy to me. Just let them move on and carry on. I don't see the dilemma.

  • MythoVirus
    MythoVirus 17 days ago

    I hope we are not heading towards a new economic international crash.. I live in middle east, a crash in USA/or Europe = more fucking middle east for more oil.

  • Katja FI
    Katja FI 18 days ago

    ”Leaving Europe”

  • Jarrod Tan
    Jarrod Tan 18 days ago

    What about the UK other terrories

  • Diana Schmitt
    Diana Schmitt 19 days ago +60

    The British are used to invading and colonizing other nations and not used to people coming into their nation.

    • Andrew Fisher
      Andrew Fisher 2 days ago +2

      Does nobody know history? Vikings, Romans, Nazis, Russians etc etc etc. If you are going to comment try and be a bit more knowledgeable on the subject

    • Jamie Winter
      Jamie Winter 16 days ago


    • Wyatt Wilson
      Wyatt Wilson 18 days ago +2

      No witnesses no lawsuits

  • Caroline Dequick
    Caroline Dequick 19 days ago

    Okay, you can sell your own apples. But who is going to pick the apple, if you don't want free movement? You'll have to pay higher wages, that is if you even find a Brit who wants the job.

  • Ian Mitchell
    Ian Mitchell 19 days ago

    i like it hard

    HERO4THSKII 19 days ago

    I think....Britain usa teamup boii ;)

  • nesher2merkava
    nesher2merkava 19 days ago

    Just a question, what is the exact difference between No Deal and Hard Brexit in this video? WTO rules will be applied immediately in both cases?

  • daAmazin FatB0y
    daAmazin FatB0y 19 days ago

    Hopefully here in Scotland, we can become independent and then join the EU. Only option are gettin away from the bullshit.

  • Daniel Ivanov
    Daniel Ivanov 20 days ago

    Tbf, a softer deal would be good... my father lives abroad and if I can’t see him as easily as I can now, I don’t think I’d be very happy. Neither would he... and not seeing each other isn’t something I want to experience.

  • Naughty Nookie
    Naughty Nookie 20 days ago

    *Uk is not EU? Wtf*

  • mocca monicca
    mocca monicca 20 days ago +3


  • Hans Niemeijer
    Hans Niemeijer 20 days ago

    What a waste to get rid of all the benefits of the EU.

  • Hans Niemeijer
    Hans Niemeijer 20 days ago

    In this day and age it is important to work together, not against each other. Nationalism is dangerous and so 1800's!

  • István Dudás
    István Dudás 20 days ago

    I hope some one will make a video why will it be better for the EU without of the UK... The autonomy is important but the nations in the EU will be getting closer to eachother. Hopefully it will be like in the USA. The UK have hade to many right exceptions. They didn't wanted to get closer to the continent. After this I wish them luck but it is a great opportunity for the EU to. I hope it will be a hadr brexit so we can see after several years that it was a good or a bad idea.

  • Emia Main
    Emia Main 21 day ago +1

    Second referendum is vital to avoid bad divorce. Be fair about benefits EU membership, off course with some fatalities. Think twice before divorce, bargain good deal, don't risk no deal!!!!

  • Mike Walton
    Mike Walton 21 day ago +4

    Some very uniformed opinions here ! I voted leave, like many others because the EU is nothing more than a self serving lefty club, very much as the GLC was for London. The final straw for many was merkel telling us, in no uncertain terms, that we were barred from attempting to stop their Kalergi Plan for all of Europe. Now is the time for all European nations to keep together to fight this abomination, the EU is anti European, if you doubt this look at their actions over the 10 years or so.......

  • Akira Punk
    Akira Punk 21 day ago

    Overseas multi nationals set up in the UK to have a foothold in the EU. Do you accept the reason why they are moving?
    HSBC: moving 1,000 jobs from London to Paris, where it will set up its EU headquarters.
    -Lloyd’s of London: moving 100 jobs from London to Brussels; EU HQ from London to Dublin.
    -JPMorgan: “hundreds” of jobs from London to Dublin, Frankfurt, Germany, and Luxembourg.
    -Barclays: 150 jobs from London to Dublin, where it will set up EU headquarters.
    -Bank of America: moving EU headquarters from London to Dublin.
    -UBS: under 1,000 jobs from London to EU offices, including Frankfurt.
    -Moneygram: moving EU headquarters from London to Brussels.
    -European Medicines Agency: moving from London to Amsterdam, including 890 jobs.
    -European Banking Authority: moving from London to Paris, including 180 jobs.
    -Up to £800bn of assets have been shifted out of the UK, That’s a lot of Tax revenue lost to HMRC
    -Barclays have been given permission to move £190bn in funds to Dublin.
    -Dyson, Sony, Panasonic going
    -BMW Mini already has a plant in the Netherlands with plans to expand that operation THERE!
    -P&O go to Cyprus,
    -EasyJet registering 100 jets in Austria,
    -HQ's Bentley stockpiling parts and saying Brexit is a killer,
    -Dixon Group stockpiling TVs and laptops,
    -Pets at Home stockpiling pet food,
    -Honda, Jaguar Land Rover, Siemens, Unilever, Tescos, M&S also stockpiling due to the risk of border gridlock
    - According to the monthly snapshot from IHS Markit and the Chartered Institute of Procurement and Supply, which is closely watched by the Bank of England and the Treasury for early warning signs from the UK economy, British factories in January raised their stocks at the fastest pace since records began in the early 1990s….i.e. stockpiling
    -Rees Mogg transfers billions of pounds in funds to Dublin
    -Nissan exiting out of Sunderland will happen, despite a deal with the UK. There is a guarantee that contains "sensitive commercial information"… how much then!
    -Airbus will go, they have a fine tuned JIT assembly line that is dependent on all sub parts in and assembled parts out...without the delays of customs! As for the interchangeability of staff from all over the EU.....not an instant and streamlined multinational assembly line
    - a rise of 34% in the number of British applying for jobs in Ireland, mainly in the IT and Finance sectors!
    - 160,000 Brits apply for Irish passports in 2018
    So Brexiteers how’s your Project Fear going?

  • Fýrgebræc
    Fýrgebræc 21 day ago

    La apples

  • Lana Fairhurst
    Lana Fairhurst 22 days ago

    Britain will be worse than n korea

  • Lian T
    Lian T 22 days ago

    When you know nobody wants violence, you dont have to worry about it as both sides will be willing to make a deal.

  • Steve Lancaster
    Steve Lancaster 22 days ago

    Nicely done.

  • Divico Umiker
    Divico Umiker 22 days ago

    The Swiss had to learn and understand direct democracy in one hundred years. The Britains hope to understand direct democracy in few days. That's for swiss very arrogant. The Britains are guilty to become a chaos thereselve of the future.

  • Ex-muslim Atheist
    Ex-muslim Atheist 22 days ago

    Nothing happens in UK -😅 no deal seemed to be a better deal to me👍 UK have better resources within its borders.. trade freely.

  • Stephane beaulieu
    Stephane beaulieu 23 days ago

    How about a vote! ... oh...

  • Robcop Westton
    Robcop Westton 23 days ago

    Hard Brexit, UK rules , UK Life don't like it go to Europe

  • Ocrilat
    Ocrilat 23 days ago

    It's going to be a no-deal Brexit. There is no possible deal the EU will agree to that May can get passed in Parliament, and vice versa. Also, May doesn't have the strength (political or personal) to bend the Tories to her will, and doesn't have the charm to convince anyone of anything.
    I'm American, and fully admit I don't understand all the ins and outs of the British political system, but this is the situation as I see it. The Tories, in order to suck up to the UKIP crowd, decided to push the Brexit vote, thinking it would never pass. They were as shocked as everyone else when it did pass...and now they are stuck with it. They can't really own Brexit because they don't believe in it, and their REAL base...the City of London crowd...hates it. But they can't reverse themselves because it will wreck their party. So they sit in the dark and pray that the bad situation will magically fix itself, all while the clock is ticking. This won't end well for anyone.

  • Fact 19
    Fact 19 23 days ago

    Don’t worry UK will never be prepared to leave EU. They are going to ask more and more time....some of them are getting benefited by the panic created created in market....