The Effects of Brexit on the UK


If we leave the EU there will be quite alot of consequences. Here are some listed down.

1. There might be less food for everyone

Most of the food we get are shipped from the EU and if we leave they might stop giving us the things that they share with us. Food like pizza, fruit and vegetables etc. This is becuse most of the food we eat in the UK are either made originally from the EU and also some are only able to grow on the EU as they need certain equipment and the weather here is different to most of of the countries in the EU.

2. The every day things we get might stop coming

Loads of things we have in the UK are from the EU things like toys, plastic cotainers and oher usefull things in everday life. Some even save lives like medical eqipment. In fact, Spain (a country from the EU) has the world's seventh best healthcare system (Said by WHO).

3.Population could go down

Peolpe from the EU in the UK will have to Go back to there home countries evevn if the wantde to to stay in the UK. There will be less people to pay taxes to help the NHS, the government and places like schools and communities. There will be less teachers, TAs, Doctors Nurses and other people with jobs that help out.

4. You can't live in EU

5. The Irish border will become hard

If we leave the EU people who live in Northen Ireland will be mush slower in getting across the border between it and the Republic of Ireland. This means they might miss out on there education or they might be sacked if they keep coming late.

6. We will have stricter borders

When we leave the EU we will have stricter borders. This means we will be ableo to be safer.


Is tax related to Brexit?

Why can't we put some new rules for Brexit and revote?

Comments (4)

  • The-Ruth-Gorse-logo-250x250.jpg helpful_wallaby | The Ruth Gorse Academy | United Kingdom
    02 Mar 2019

    The reason many people would not want a revote is the fact that the results may turn out the same. Moreover, if Theresa May did decide to hold another referendum and people decided they wanted to remain, the past couple of years would have been a waste of time.

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  • The-Ruth-Gorse-logo-250x250.jpg balanced_singer | The Ruth Gorse Academy | United Kingdom
    03 Mar 2019

    This is what I wrote for the second question...
    If we did a second referendum the majority would vote on staying in the EU. Owing to the fact that they've seen what commotion is going on with Brexit! So, they would want to choose the less 'fussy' option: staying. Also, it's as if we would be travelling back in time and trying to change everything and start from scratch all over again. In simpler words, we don't want to deal with the present so we just want to change it ( a lot ). Having a second referendum is a bad thing because, in a way, it's cheating. Parliament would be cheating the people who voted for Brexit to happen - if they still want it to happen. David Cameron would feel cheated because he would have resigned for no reason and Theresa May would have gone looking for a deal for no reason.
    However, I for one think that having a second referendum is a good idea because lets face it, Brexit is a horrible thing to go through ( please don't hate me, I know it's a big statement ). Therefore, if we had another vote: Theresa May wouldn't have to go looking for a deal; the UK wouldn't have to risk as many things like trade; the Irish border wouldn't be as hard and we would still be able to study abroad. Also, almost everyone would be happy with what we end up with. This is because, the people who have voted to leave have seen how corrupted Brexit is so they would have changed their mind. Furthermore, the people who voted to stay will also be happy because they got what they wanted.

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  • Ravenscroft-logo-250x250.jpg fabulous_politics | Ravenscroft Primary School
    06 Mar 2019

    Britain makes its own pizza in fast food restaurant and sometimes, like exotic fruit, it can be exported from countries outside of the EU. So would we still need the exports?

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  • Michael-Faraday-logo-250x250.jpg extraordinary_thought | Michael Faraday School | United Kingdom
    07 Mar 2019

    I think that you had made a good point. We can make things from every countries. What I was meant to say is that food that can't be grown in the UK might stop being shipped. But I also thought about the Fair Trade company and the UK works with then so here's a question. Will the Fair Trade Company be effected by Brexit?

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