After, two years of “failed” negotiations and a few days left until the 29th March, when the UK is scheduled to leave the EU, what can we expect? Looking at all that has happened over the years many commentaries have said there should have never been a referendum. Especially a yes or no referendum, that was not a legally binding referendum since it failed to follow the conventional rules of a national referendum. The UK, arguably, is at a point of uncertainty, some want to revoke Article 50 and remain in the EU, whereas, others believe the UK will better off leaving with ‘No deal’. How did the UK end up is this position and why? These are the questions addressed in this podcast.

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Author: Ruth Kwofie

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