The long story of Brexit breakup will end on the last day of this year. In 1973, the United Kingdom joined the European Union under the leadership of British Prime Minister Edward Heath. And on 31 January 2020, after almost 46 years, the United Kingdom, led by Boris Johnson, left the EU. For centuries, the United Kingdom has dominated, exploited, and maintained its prestige in many parts of the world. Now that country is leaning towards self-separation on its own continent, wrapping itself up.
From the new year 2021, the separation of the United Kingdom from the European Union will be effective forever. After nearly 50 years in the EU, there has been a lot of controversy over the departure. After four years of negotiations on Brexit, everything is now a thing of the past. Britain officially left the European Union on January 31 this year, following a referendum on Brexit and a heated debate in the British Parliament. Since February 1, 2020, the European Union has become a 28-nation alliance.