A brief on the future of Globalisation and how it will shape us
It was the end of May. 24th May 2019, in an emotionally melting speech, Theresa May, then the Prime Minister of Britain, announced that she would step down as the Conservative leader and remain in office until a successor is found. In short, she was done. She had tried very hard over the last eighteen months to get parliamentary support and close the Brexit deal but in vain. The Conservative leaders were highly disappointed with her deal, they had to say she had made too many concessions to the EU and the European common market. The UK had to comply largely with the policies and terms that it said were not compatible. The air in Great Britain was of resentment. Resentment of a European alliance that had done worse than good to the natives and made sovereignty difficult. They were affected in many ways from the immigration influx of 2015.