European Council President Donald Tusk says British Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s proposal for the Brexit deal has not been satisfied.
The No Deal Brexit, that is, the departure of the UK from the European Union without a deal, is one of the most discussed issues at the present time. British Prime Minister Boris Johnson says the united kingdom can leave the European Union on October thirty-one.
The date is the last time the UK will leave the European Union (EU). Johnson wants to have a new Brexit deal in the meantime, or a non-contractual Brexit if necessary. But what happened to Boris Johnson, wondering what could happen if he left the EU this way?
My organization The UK in a Changing Europe has tried to identify this. We had a report on the issue last week. We have a group of scholars who have studied the relationship between the UK and the EU and have reported on what can happen if the UK goes out without such agreement.
If there is no agreement with the EU, the UK will suffer more than the EU. After leaving the EU, the UK will face many costs and restrictions in conducting trade with Brussels. The country may be headed to an unknown destination.
Legally, the UK will no longer be a member of the EU and no EU law will apply to them. The UK will be considered as the third country near the EU. An agreement means an interim situation, during which the trade will continue to operate and when both sides discuss future relations. No agreement means that the UK will no longer receive the duty-free benefits of importing goods from EU member states, and cross-border trade will face new restrictions.
Therefore, trade with the European Union will become more difficult and costly and will be disastrous for small firms. But beyond these direct effects, more can be done, of which we are not yet sure.
There are many bad consequences, such as severe disruption to roads and airline links. The UK will have to be excluded from many such EU-related entities, such as the European Court or the European Police. Without Brexit, the UK would immediately lose access to the European Union’s database, leaving European shipping warrants, the Schengen informant, Europol, and other support unavailable.
This will have different effects on the lives of ordinary people in the UK. UK citizens will lose access to visa-free travel to EU countries. That means, for those people working in different sectors in the European Union, it will be difficult for them.
Many tariffs will increase if the tariff is imposed on the product or the cancellation of various benefits in trade Especially if the price of food is increased, it will have an impact on the common people. Citizens of the UK receive unpaid medical treatment at a government hospital under a special insurance policy called the European Health Insurance Card when they travel to any member of the European Union. If there is no contractual Brexit, it will no longer exist. Citizens of the UK living in different European Union countries may be subject to new laws as foreigners.
It is unclear what will happen to EU citizens living in the UK if there is no agreement. However, they are not likely to turn into illegal immigrants overnight. It is not yet clear how employers and landlords will apply new rules to them.
That’s what EU officials are saying
EU officials say they have already identified a problem with Boris Johnson’s plan. Especially the border between Ireland and Northern Ireland could not be resolved. They have also seen threats to the EU single badger system.
Donald Tusk, President Of European Council