Brexit from Different Perspectives
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The subject of the research is consequences of Brexit perceived from the perspective of the European Union, the United Kingdom and Poland. The research is an interdisciplinary law and economics study. The results show that the balance for the EU is negative. Brexit changes the internal and external perception and attractiveness of integration, which will no longer be perceived as a road with no return, which may result in subsequent withdrawals. It weakens the European identity. It closes the era of bargaining and concessions to the UK. The balance for the United Kingdom will also be negative. The economic costs of leaving the EU can neither be compensated by savings on EU budget payments nor by the dubious benefits stemming from the economic relations with third countries free of the European regulatory restrictions. At the same time, Brexit ends the era of controversy around EU membership and therefore forces the formulation of internal programmes and the implementation of a policy based on realities, not on nostalgia. For Poland, Brexit is also unfavourable. Poland needs a strong European Union to support its basic interests in which the UK is a strategic partner. UK’s withdrawal means also lower EU budget and therefore decrease of financial benefits for Poland.
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