Brexit: a chaotic European affair
Economic losses abound the British territory due to Brexit’s delayed and un-welcomed stay. The U.K. Judiciary is about to be pushed “off-its-trolly” with its constant debate regarding the great divorce’s validity.
The suspension of the House of Commons by PM Boris Johnson himself had already exceeded a month. And against every protestation from opposition, the case had reached the justices, with the Supreme Court of England and Wales reaffirming the validity of the want for separation.
However, the Supreme Court of Scotland deemed it illegal as the Supreme Court of Northern Ireland discarded it. This prevents further decisions and further divisions. Analysts agree that the moves were consistent with the mindset of the leading political parties.
For instance, Scots are against separation while Northern Ireland, remains an effective dampener of Brexit’s effectiveness. Worthy of note, the region’s open borders allow significant trading opportunities with E.U. countries; U.K. exports through the border are estimated at $4 Billion annually.