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The EU has stated Britain should leave as soon as possible. Should the process by slow?

  • It would be better for the UK for it to be slow.

    Now the UK has voted to leave there is a massive amount that needs to be sorted out, such as making new trade agreement with literally every country in the world now we can't use the deals we had as part of the EU. It will be much better for the country to get all this sorted out before we actually leave the EU to reduce the amount of uncertainty and the length of the period of uncertainty when we leave.

  • Yes, while European law would be hard to enforce on a country in the bloc’s departure lounge, it is unclear whether British lawmakers would approve such a legally contentious step in any case.

    The only thing that everyone is sure to agree on is that the nation will face a protracted political and legal mess. If a deal can be reached within the two years, it may need to be ratified by all 28 member nations and perhaps approved by the Parliament in Scotland, where all major parties want to remain in the bloc. While European law would be hard to enforce on a country in the bloc’s departure lounge, it is unclear whether British lawmakers would approve such a legally contentious step in any case.

  • Yes, the process of Britain leaving the EU should be slow.

    Great Britain should not be pushed out of the European Union hastily. Instead, there should be an orderly process that involves the careful negotiation of trade deals, and immigration policies that will maintain economic stability in both Britain and the European Union. If Great Britain leaves the Euro-Zone without doing this then the country risks a recession.

  • A Slow Exit Will Ease the Transition for Citizens and Businesses

    A slow exit is necessary to ease the transition for citizens and businesses affected by the UK's exit from the EU. Although it is not possible to ease all impacts, the ramifications of the termination of EU membership are multi-faceted. Impacts may include everything from tourism, work visas, trade agreements, etc. It is not only the flow of people and commerce out of Britain that will change, but the flow of people and commerce into Britain that will change. It is important that time is given to lay a basic foundation for how to proceed when the ripples from this decision reach entities as well as individuals.

  • The EU has stated that Britain should leave as soon as possible. However, the process should be slow.

    The EU has stated that Britain should leave as soon as possible. However the process should be slow, considering that Britain's exit from EU involves a very big decision and serious implications. Banking services and trade would be greatly affected if Britain is to leave immediately, an "explosion of volatility" is how stock market watchers have termed this decision.

  • Get out soon, you have made your choice

    You are not willing to share the common burdens of the EU. So you have no claim to benefit no longer of being a member. Come on, you voted against the EU and would like to take 2 years. You got be kidding. You should leave us soon, very soon.

  • Get out soon, you have made your choice

    You are not willing to share the common burdens of the EU. So you have no claim to benefit no longer of being a member. Come on, you voted against the EU and would like to take 2 years. You got be kidding. You should leave us soon, very soon.


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