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Do not panic! The Queen has a backup plan

Do not panic! The Queen has a backup plan
Brexit is coming and it shares the British, as they do not know what changes will occur. Most of them are sure that the exit from the European Union will provoke civil and economic unrest. The Queen received warnings from leading analysts about the upcoming riots and price increases. But Buckingham Palace's most famous 92-year-old colorful big hats have a “Plan B” that can solve all the problems, USA TODAY reports. Paris, which has always supported the decisions of the United Kingdom, said that it would not like the UK to leave the European Union without an exit agreement.

Today, over 3.5 million EU citizens live in the UK. More than a million people who were born in Britain live in other European countries. The Migration Advisory Committee stated that immigrants come to the UK and find excellent jobs, as their skills are better. Here, they can also receive various benefits and other assistance. Therefore, no expert can tell what will happen to the economy of Britain, if Theresa May does not make a deal to withdraw from the EU. All residents of England, especially farmers, are afraid of this uncertainty.

On Monday, The Office for National Statistics announced that the UK economy grew by only 0.2% in the 4th quarter. In the third quarter, this figure was 0.4% more.

UK politicians will hold a meeting on Thursday and consider all ways to solve the problem and avoid violations. The second vote is scheduled for March 2019.

On the eve, May and the EU considered several important issues and signed the relevant agreements and discussed what rights EU citizens will have in the UK after Brexit. In addition, the UK will have to pay $50 billion. The Brexit deal reached a dead end, when a British politician turned their attention to the borders of Northern Ireland and Ireland, which is part of the EU.

Joseph Sultana, 56, a successful entrepreneur and popular journalist supporting Brexit, said, "I heard that some people started buying canned food, pasta and water to prepare for the consequences of Brexit. I guess I will never do that. If I want to leave the party, then I just take my coat and leave. "

“I’m sure this is the only right decision. All Britons who want to move forward and not stop need Brexit,” Joseph Sultana told USA TODAY.

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