Today I want to give you some comments from my perspective about the intentions of the Labour Party which is quite inconsistent in its programm at the moment and the clear positions of the LibDems and the Brexit Party.
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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