Brexit is coming with a price that no one in the United Kingdom wants to carry the Legacy of a certain act.
According to a senior Britain’s diplomat source, urge the government and the political actors. That the conclusive moment for the stalled divorce deal. Somewhat, might still be done with care and less controversy.
On the side, all the other 27 EU member states are staying together. At the same time, they are strongly determined to defend their common interest and protect their economies after Brexit will be effective.
Nevertheless, for them, the United Kingdom will not have any special treatment when after the Brexit.
Which means automatically a lot of change in the market, especially in the area contain such as Social and personal services, Health and social work, Education, Renting of machinery and equipment, and other business activities, Real estate activities, Financial intermediation, Post and telecommunications.
The social and economic impact will hurt at more than 80% of different sectors such as Construction, Electricity, gas and water supply, Manufacturing, recycling, Transport equipment, Electrical and optical equipment, Machinery, Basic metals, and fabricated metal.
Brexit will impact also agriculture, mine, and fossil energy industries such as other non-metallic minerals, Rubber and plastics, Chemicals and chemical products, Coke, refined petroleum and nuclear fuel.
Other industries will directly be impacted such as Pulp, paper, printing and publishing, Wood, wood products and cork, Textiles, textile products, leather and footwear, Food, beverages and tobacco, Mining and quarrying, Agriculture, hunting, forestry, and fishing.
Meantime, the European Union are studying the best case scenario possible to punish the United Kingdom for trying to implode the EU alliance.
At the same time will the United Kingdom will be considered as an allied, as a friend or as an enemy of the European Union after Brexit is completed?
These question will be answered after very soon. For the time being all depends on how the United Kingdom manage the impact of their exit of The European Union.