Queen Elizabeth II alerted of devoted “tribalism” in a Christmas message dispatched against a background of Britain disputing over its forthcoming exit from EU. The 92 years old monarchial tone represented a gloomy mood wide-ranging the island nation as it contemplates the perils of leaving the European project after 46 years in March.
Traditionally, the British royalty directly clears the politics – an assembling position that pushes them above the daily intense active situation in the Downing Street and Westminister.
But the queen came close to break the mould in a five-minute appearance enlisted earlier this month and portrayed concurrently on the main TV stations of Britain.
The queen said, “ Some cultures believe a long life brings wisdom. I’d like to think so. Perhaps part of that wisdom is to recognise some of life’s baffling paradoxes, such as the way human beings have a huge propensity for good, and yet a capacity for evil,” the queen said while seated in front of a fireplace and Christmas tree. Even the power of faith, which frequently inspires great generosity and self-sacrifice, can fall victim to tribalism”.
The coronal address exhibits a stormy month which executed UK Prime Minister Theresa May continuing a leadership throwing challenge mounting by her accustomed rivals of Brussels. The complete strategy of the UK Prime Minister for the negotiation of exit from the European Union or Brexit Issue is endangered for falling apart at the bottom line.
In this month, the UK Prime Minister dragged a scheduled vote on a deal she had arrived with the EU in November after acknowledging that it would shatteringly lose.