United Kingdom RMB

WA Delegate (non-executive): The Constitutional Monarchy of United Kingdom WA Delegate (elected )

Founder: The Jus Cogens of The Act of Union 1707

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Most Nations: 53rd Most World Assembly Endorsements: 498th
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Welcome to United Kingdom!
"Dieu et Mon Droit"



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Queen:
Constance l
Prime Minister: Lord Tomb


Regional Security Announcements:

~ Current Security Level: GREEN - Minimal possibility of hostility; operations are normal.
~ Endorsement Cap: 50% of United Kingdom WA Delegate's endorsements.



HM Government Announcements:

~ Deputy Prime Minster becomes Acting Prime Minister can be viewed right Linkhere!
~ United Kingdom Citizen Awards BEGIN! can be viewed right Linkhere!
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Regional Power: High

United Kingdom contains 249 nations, the 53rd most in the world.

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The Most Developed in United Kingdom

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As a region, United Kingdom is ranked 5,157th in the world for Most Developed.

NationWA CategoryMotto
1.The Bailiwick of RenesslaerLiberal Democratic Socialists“Hear Me Roar”
2.The Dominion of British BrittanyLeft-wing Utopia“Peace and the People first”
3.The People's Republic of ArmleyCivil Rights Lovefest“Stand up oh sons of Stanningley Road”
4.The Republic of BystopiaLiberal Democratic Socialists“Do not fear trying, fear giving up.”
5.The United Federation of AltenariaCivil Rights Lovefest“Libertas Securitas Justitia!”
6.The Wilkshire Colony of Men of HarlechInoffensive Centrist Democracy“Men of Harlech, march to glory!”
7.The Armed Republic of ChimpbabweInoffensive Centrist Democracy“Monkey See, Monkey Do”
8.The Ymerodraeth of Ynys DywyllLeft-Leaning College State“Y sawl na weithied na fwytaed. ”
9.The Federal Republic of OrlaiserDemocratic Socialists“I came, I saw, I conquered ”
10.The Commonwealth of St PetersLeft-wing Utopia“We like mangoes”
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Brexit= Scotxit (Scotland is exiting the UK)

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The United Socialist States of Jundoria wrote:Brexit has caused a devaluing of the pound.
Brexit has caused stocks to tumble.
Brexit will probably stagnate growth or recession.
Brexit means we have no say in how the rest of europe is run
Brexit means we are further isolated

Who would love Brexit? I want Scotland to be independent. According to CGP Grey, there's a chance that London will also want to be independent. NOT London but THE City of London. London is actually a city while The City of London is kind of city-state even if it's not said that its not a part of England. They should rename London to Westminster because before the starts of London is in a city outside of The City of London, so that it would not be confused with London.

The normal, hardworking people would love Brexit.

People are fed up of the establishment trying to stitch up the referendum and the intrinsically undemocratic nature of the EU.

The pound is already on the rise (stronger than just before the referendum), the UK is already making deals with China, India, the U.S. and New Zealand so we will have a growth boom. Now that we are not in the EU we don't care how it is run and we are not isolated but MORE worldly than before. We deal with the rest of the world and will hopefully have an immigration system fairer to all.

Articl 50 has not been activated yet so we are still as much in the EU as we where before, to leave the EU we will have to get it through parliment... and as the majority of MP's are pro EU how will that happen?

I really do not see it happening till after the next election, and even then whom will want the poisoned chalice of being the PM who possibly has to preside over the break up of the UK ?

I am still scared that Article 50 will never be activated for some reason or another. However Theresa May's position as PM is very secure.

If the Royal prerogative is used then Parliament's approval is not needed (pending the result of a court case raised by a business). If it is not used then Brexit may be delayed depending on Parliament's will. However most Conservatives, the UKIP MP, the 8 DUP MPs and some Labour MPs will probably vote for Article 50, therefore passing the House of Commons. As Chancellor Philip Hammond said; the campaign is now for the history books.

Sturgeon has to think very carefully about "Indyref2", as if it fails, she and the whole idea of independence, will be finished.

Article 50 will happen and then the UK will join the EAA.

The Federation of Federation of Banuba wrote:Who would love Brexit? I want Scotland to be independent. According to CGP Grey, there's a chance that London will also want to be independent. NOT London but THE City of London. London is actually a city while The City of London is kind of city-state even if it's not said that its not a part of England. They should rename London to Westminster because before the starts of London is in a city outside of The City of London, so that it would not be confused with London.

As a Londoner myself, there is not a chance that London will be completely independent. Nonsense.

I agree with Nentos, London will not become independent. I would bet anything on that.

Article 50 will indeed happen. I hope and am starting to believe that the UK will not join the EEA. May said that by voting for Brexit, Britain sent out a strong message that we want to restrict freedom of movement. Juncker has said that the Single Market rules cannot be nuanced, so rejecting freedom of movement may be a red line issue.

They will evade the issue by doing an emergency break.

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