Challenges Facing Britain

https://www.theguardian.com/politics/2013/apr/09/russell-brand-margaret-thatcher comment no less than 150 words What are the biggest challenges facing Britain today?  two replies no less than 30 words 1)The biggest challenges that face Britain today are the issue of relevance, the renouncement of title, Brexit followed by many of the same issues that or any nation are currently facing. The first three however are individual to Britain. The monarch – The Queen, has no political position yet she and the entire family exist from the taxes each British citizen pays. The family and notable the Queen only maintains a figurehead position, giving speeches that implore other nations or the population to heed the words of the Prime Minister and/or Parliament. Another very recent issue that casts a shadow on the financial/tax system and protocol is the fact that Prince Henry and his wife have renounced their titles. They decided that they wanted to leave England, without any financial allowance ( based on taxation) and develop their own life. It has the ability to add to the people’s concern and inquiry – why do we continue t pay for an entire group of people simply based on bloodline or some battles that happened many hundreds ( or in many cases up to a thousand years ago).However, the vote on Brexit – Britain leaving the EU and maintaining sovereignty as an independent nation – may cause discourse amongst the citizens but it does add credence to the importance of the British Royal family. After all, a vote to leave the EU solidifies that the people want to return and preserve the ways that are uniquely British, including the strength of the pound that allows for the lifestyle of the family and thus as a cycle – you have the key monarch give speeches to encourage the people who will then vote in a specific manner, etc 2)The year 2020 has presented many complications for Britain, and the world in general. The global COVID-19 pandemic contributes to the economic decline for Britain as people are limited by the new regulations. Many citizens lost jobs and did not put money back into the economy for several months. On top of the pandemic, the Brexit situation affected the country tremendously. Before the voting, the citizens were divided with their opinions on how the nation should proceed in the future. National identity was questioned as it was unclear whether or not Britain would remain as part of the EU. The voting was split very evenly; approximately 52% voted to leave the EU while 48% of the nation voted to stay. the division among the citizens and government officials raised many questions and tensions across the nation. Also, the aftermath of the Brexit phenomenon leaves several uncertainties with regard to the economy. The decision to leave will prevent more immigrants from entering the country to take jobs, however, the alterations in currency and methods of operations leave the country facing major challenges. Rep

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