london - No prime minister can afford in London to get the country out of the European Union, for the land is there to be divided on. This argued the lawyer and professor at the London School of Economics Jo Murkens in the newspaper the Evening Standard.
The result of the referendum was actually 2-2 says Murkens. England and Wales for the brexit, Scotland and Northern Ireland v. A prime minister who dragging it into his head the country has the EU tearing 'the Union' and remain with nothing behind. The union of the countries dates back to 1707. Murkens warns that there is no political will in Northern Ireland and Scotland is to leave the EU. He can not imagine that a prime minister is allowing the United Kingdom by the brexit falls apart.
In the referendum on June 23 voted more than 17 million voters for the brexit and 16 million against.
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