Ivan Misiura | United States
Britain’s fight for independence from their European partnership has seen many different twists and turns since its initial consensus in 2016. Before the nation can properly disassociate from the E.U., it must sort out how it will survive. Britain shares many of the same laws and regulations as the E.U. which help the nation run. The massive undertaking of leaving a multi-state agreement calls for a stroke of originality and independence on the part of Britain to make it on its own. They must decide what to burn and what to keep.