With so much political turmoil at Westminster, one question dominates British political debate: will Britain reverse your brexit, and re-join the EU? The country is immersed in several crises and recessions at once, and its residents have less and less faith in the government’s management.
Given the choice, most Britons I would choose to go back to the European Union, This has been revealed in the latest survey of YouGov agency. 56% of respondents He agreed that Brexit was a bad decision. slightly built 32% still supported him.
To these figures are added even more terrifying statistics: according to another poll by the same agency, 69% of the British believe that the government «mismanaging brexit», while only 18% like how they’re doing it Rishi Sunak, Furthermore, 36% of the population affirm that Brexit is “going very badly” and 23% that “it is going quite badly”. Only 12% believe it is going well, or very well.
Discontent spread as the British began to feel the consequences of Brexit in their pockets. This has been revealed in an investigation led by the London School of Economics Food bills rise by nearly £6 billion in the last two years. This is because the cost of imported food from the EU has skyrocketed, owing to the extra red tape. hence, Brexit added £210 to the average cost of food for households in 2020 and 2021.
A “Better” Brexit
UK politicians refuse to acknowledge the failures of Brexit. Speaking to BBC Radio 4, keir starmerThe Leader of the Opposition denied any intention to rejoin the EU. Labor claimed that, if he became prime minister, Will a “Better” BrexitBut a Brexit after all.
“At the moment, I don’t think [un retorno al mercado europeo] Can benefit British economic development. There’s no reason to return to Union or its market, But I do believe that Brexit can be reformed. I think there are many reasons to make Brexit better,” he explained. Starr, The Labor Party said a withdrawal would bring “years of uncertainty” for British companies.
Starr It’s in a good moment. after the failures of Liz Truss why boris johnsonThe British people are in favor of the Labor Party, which is set to win the 2024 general election. Its claims on Brexit were well received: YouGov figures show that 29% of respondents agree keeping a “better” Brexitcompared to 17% who are not.
but the situation keir starmer is softer than jeremy hunt, Chancellor of the Exchequer of Britain. Last month, when faced with a similar question about a possible return to the European bloc, he rejected the idea outright.
According to to huntAnd although “trade with neighbors and countries around the world always benefits growth”, a return to the European market is politically impossible, as it would guarantee freedom of movement Among the countries that the UK is currently unwilling to accede.