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Written by Elmas Bogdani 30 Nëntor 2023
It seems that the European Union is still "heartbroken" for Great Britain and it seems that the bloc has not yet overcome Brexit, although 7 years have passed since the difficult decision was made and the British themselves voted for their future. Although it rarely shows it, the EU seems to dream of the day when Britain decides to come home and reunify. "Britain must join the European Union to fix Brexit," the president of the European Commission said recently on Tuesday, in comments that seemed like an "invitation" to British friends. If the government does not have concrete plans for reunification with the EU, the people seem to be changing their minds. According to a poll published this Wednesday, most Britons are in favor of rejoining the European Union's single market, even if it means restoring the freedom of European workers to settle in their own country. Drastically restricting immigration was one of the main reasons why Britons voted to leave the EU in 2016.
Von der Leyen's "invitation".
Ursula von der Leyen said she had told her children that it was up to the next generation to "right" the Brexit mistake. Asked during an interview in Brussels on Tuesday night whether Britain could ever rejoin the EU, Von der Leyen said: "I have to say, I keep saying to my children: 'You have to fix it. So I think that even here, the direction of travel - my personal opinion - is clear". The EC president said Britain could join the Union after relations between Brussels and London improved significantly. The improvement comes after Sunak signed a new Brexit deal for Northern Ireland in February and after the shock victory of Nexit supporter Geert Wilders in the Dutch election last week. "First, thank God Sunak. With the Windsor deal, we had a new beginning," Von der Leyen said.
The signing of the Windsor Brexit Framework for Northern Ireland in February was widely heralded as a diplomatic success. It sought to overcome trade problems with the Northern Ireland protocol that was not included in the original Brexit deal, while " protect Northern Ireland's place in the Union' and address the 'democratic deficit' felt in the original protocol. Since then, Brussels has approved the UK's participation in Horizon, its flagship €95.5bn (about £82.62bn) research and innovation project, and its Copernicus Space Programme, a boon for Britain as it plans to rebuild its country as a science and technology superpower by 2030 with an investment of £370 million. Over the years, in her leadership, Von der Leyen has sought clear support for working more closely with Britain.
Return to the EU
But British Prime Minister Rishi Sunak rejected the suggestion that Brexit could be in trouble. "Thanks to the freedoms we won through Brexit, we are now considering how to further strengthen our migration system. These freedoms allow us to give patients in the UK faster access to medicines and have also allowed us to take better care of animals. This is what we are focused on," he said. is Sunak's spokesperson. "We have a prime minister who was passionate about Brexit before it was good for his career. We are focused on making Brexit a success," the spokesman added. The UK is not expected to apply to rejoin the EU anytime soon, a long and complex process that could take many years. But Keir Starmer, who leads the opinion polls, has promised a major change in the trading relationship if Labor wins the general election, due to be held next year. So, according to a poll published in May, only nine percent of Britons think that Brexit was more of a success than a failure. Some 62 per cent of people describe Brexit as overwhelmingly wrong, according to a YouGov poll.