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Elections in UK with a bated breath


Election day in the UK is coming soon and Europe is waiting for the results with bated breath. In Brussels, the capital city of the EU, many people are planning to be directly involved in the elections, debates will also follow in the next days, the atmosphere is tense for the possible referendum following the elections to vote on the exit of UK from EU. In the meantime, it is estimated that the major economic damage would be for England with over 300 billion euro of losses.

Election day in the UK is coming soon and Europe is waiting for the results with bated breath. In Brussels, the capital city of the EU, many people are planning to be directly involved in the elections, debates will also follow in the next days, the atmosphere is tense for the possible referendum following the elections to vote on the exit of UK from EU. In the meantime, it is estimated that the major economic damage would be for England with over 300 billion euro of losses.

In front of the eyes, there is also the political fragmentation that reflects internal divisions in the country, as it showed in the analysis of the German think tank Bertelsmann Stiftung that summarizes the British political situation by reporting a sentence from an article on the Economist of last February: the Scottish National Party (SNP), which wants Scotland out of Britain; the UK Independence Party (UKIP), which wants Britain out of Europe.

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