Before you start, make sure you have read the instructions and grading rubric po
Before you start, make sure you have read the instructions and grading rubric posted above. If you are unfamiliar with recent news, here is a time line and background of Brexit: https://www.bbc.com/news/uk-politics-32810887 Your task: Part I: Read the following articles then create a new thread where you answer the questions below(answer questions separately): - How bad could it get - The Economist.pdf - Brexit_ What You Need to Know About the U.K.’s Deal With the EU - WSJ.pdf - How covid-19 and Brexit combined to isolate Britain - The Economist.pdf - Brexit Arrives, for Better or Worse - WSJ.pdf What is the major event being discussed in this article? Why is it taking place? What are the costs of the exit? Who are the groups who will be hurt by the exit? Who are the groups who will benefit? Why would trade deals with countries other than those in the EU not make up for the loss of the exit? What do you predict will happen in the future? Part II: : Respond to the post of another student by pointing out what they missed, if what they wrote was unclear, or if you disagree with them. Note that you must create a thread first answering the above questions in order to see what others have posted. Tips: Answer the questions using information in the articles provided above. If you want more information, use credible sources (email me if you're unsure) and add links to your new sources on the bottom of your post. Note that it is not required to look up new sources as the articles I provided should have all the answers. Try to rephrase what the articles say so that you're using your own words. If your post is long, break it up into paragraphs!

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