Deal or no deal

It is 96 hours after Britain was supposed to have exited the EU.

Yet, the debate still seems to be locked in gridlock.

The negotiations between a deal or no deal Brexit has still yet to reach a consensus.

Because Brexit, deal or no deal, affects everyone, directly or indirectly, especially immigrants.

Britain has been a part of the European Economic Community for 46 years, and now getting out of it, has turned out to be easier said than done.

It is several days after the deadline, and Britons are still waiting for a consensus.

However way it ends, one thing is certain, deal or no deal Brexit, the journey there was a tumultuous one.

Some people in Bournemouth shared their views.

 

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