Today I want to give you some comments from my perspective about the possibility, that government has found a loophole in the Benn-Act. Ministerial statements in parlament lead to that conclusion.
I spent some time in the UK and am a keen follower of what has happened in the house of commons recently. And besides my English friends from that time, I have German friends in the UK who will directly be effected by Brexit.
This way I can give you an outside view on Brexit. Whether it is about no-deal, the position of the EU, a new deal, May´s withdrawal agreement, a general election, a people´s vote (second referendum) or attempted independences, I will give you my view on latest news.
Due to the number of foreign viewers, I will continue with my english videos also for a series regarding „German politics explained“ which just started with the episodes.
On the Thumbnails you can always immediately see, if a new video is in English or in German.
Kategorien: Allgemein, Brexit (English)
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