Monday, June 27, 2016

BrExit: The blame game begins with an uncertain UK future

After the so called historic decision by the British to part ways with the EU, the blame game has started, mostly by the Britain's teenagers and also someone more important.

Most of the underage teenagers blame the aging voters who wanted to revert to a traditional UK with no influence from other European Countries. In a number of interviews shown on TV, many a teenagers and youngsters have shown their dismay of the majority decision and say that those fading away should not play with the future of the British youth.

While the youth seem mostly unsatisfied, president of the European Commission Jean-Claude Juncker has been blamed by some within Europe for the result of the UK's EU referendum as was branded a 'negative symbol' of federalism by Czech foreign minister Lubomir Zaoralek. 

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