There is a fizz in the UK due to the Brexit. In such a situation, there has been concern about the royal family. British officials have prepared an escape plan for the royal family in the event of a deteriorating situation in Britain. Let us know that Britain will be different from the European Union next month, and it is being speculated that violence in London could cause destruction.
According to a local English daily, according to a minister who handled the administrative issue, the decision to send the royal family to a safer place was taken after seeing the stress situation due to No-Deal Brexit. English daily also said on Sunday that preparations are being made to send the Royal Family and Queen Elizabeth out to a safe place outside of London.
Significantly, the process of separation of the UK from the European Union remains confused about the Brexit contract. The last date for termination is coming closer, and there is no agreement between the government and opposition parties in British Prime Minister Theresa on the breakage agreement. Because of this, the government has announced to cancel the February holidays of the parliament on Thursday. Last month, 92-year-old Queen had asked the politicians to reach an agreement on the deal in its annual speech.
Conservative Lomaker and Brexit supporter Jacob Reese-Mog said on Sunday, “They believe that officials are worried about No-Deal Brexit.” Earlier, during the Second World War, the royal family was in London.
Dai Davis, the protector of the royal family, told that if the violence prevails, then Queen Elizabeth and the royal family will be sent to a safe place outside London.
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The situation of the separation of the UK from the European Union remains uncertain about the breakage agreement. The last date for separation is coming closer, and there is no agreement between the government and the opposition parties in British Prime Minister Theresa on the breakage agreement.
To ensure the breakage, the government announced on Thursday the cancellation of February’s February holidays. The leader of the Lower House of Commons in the British Parliament, Andrea Leadsom, asked the MPs to be prepared to work full February on Thursday.
Commons leader Andrea Leadsom says she has "grave concerns" about a bill, proposed by MP Yvette Cooper, which could extend Article 50 by nine months. However, she has said the EU would delay Brexit for a "couple of weeks" to help forge a deal. https://t.co/6l8puxalkH #bbcqt pic.twitter.com/BT7D4AWk8v
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He said that we are under pressure, but everything is in control. We will get whatever we want before March 29. Earlier, it was expected that there would be a holiday from February 15 to 24 in the lower house.
UK is going to be separated from the EU after 46 years
After being in the EU for 46 years, the UK is going away from it. March 29 is the last date for separation. But after the separation, the UK’s business relations with the European Union have not yet reached any conclusions.
UK people supported the separation in the referendum held in 2016. Since then, the PM had prepared the breakage agreement after several rounds of talks with the leaders of the European Union. But the British Parliament rejected it in its historical verdict.
Since then there were several rounds of talks between Theresa and the MPs, but no consensus has been reached. PM May tried to take some more comfort from the European Union, but they also got disappointed from there. The European Union is no longer ready for any negotiation on the breakage agreement.
The most screw is to keep the Northern Ireland border open after the isolation. According to the agreement, the limit is to be open for two years. Opponents of the Brexit Agreement say that if this agreement comes into effect, then Britain will remain the EU’s colony.
On the other hand, Britain’s Foreign Minister Jeremy Hunt told the BBC that if the negotiation on the breakage agreement is extended, the separation may be delayed. However, he also said that trying to recover everything before time is happening. But, the EU has already announced that the date of the breakage cannot be extended ahead.