Britain lost more than 100 billion euros due to “Brexit”

Due to the upcoming “Brexit”, the British economy has lost approximately 87 billion pounds since the referendum, which is about 101.4 billion euros. This conclusion was made by analysts of the American Bank Goldman Sachs.

As follows from the document, since June 2016, the United Kingdom has lost almost 700 million euros weekly due to the decision of the British to withdraw from the European Union. The UK has missed about 2.5 percent of its GDP due to “Brexit”, experts say.

In Goldman Sachs noted that in recent days, significantly increased the likelihood that the UK will not leave the EU — from 35 to 40 percent. In turn, the probability of uncontrolled “Brexit” analysts of the Bank is regarded as 15 percent.

The British Parliament has rejected all variants of “Brexit» again

On April 1, the British Parliament once again rejected all the alternative versions of the “Brexit” agreement put to the vote. If the British Parliament will not be able in the near future to find a compromise on the issue of “Brexit”, the UK will be forced to divorce the EU on a tough scenario on April 12. If Britain’s exit from the EU is delayed again, the Kingdom’s citizens will take part in the European Parliament elections scheduled for the end of May 2019.

Author: Flyn Braun
Graduated from Cambridge University. Previously, he worked in various diferent news media. Currently, it is a columnist of the us news section in the Free News editors.
Function: Editor