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This research discusses the impending secession of the United Kingdom from the European Union. Could this severely affect the unity of the European Union? Is the European Union going to break up? The research found that as the separation of the United Kingdom approaches, the European Union remains steadfast. However, the United Kingdom itself is agitated, both politically and economically, and has been forced to postpone its separation schedule. There is even a demand from many British people for a new referendum.
Meanwhile, the future of the European Union is not gloomy, but grows stronger. While the United Kingdom will most likely separate, there are more than ten countries awaiting for EU membership, including the highly anticipated union with Turkey.
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