A honeymoon was “a massive success” for the UK, according to a report.
The UK honeymakers, who had been planning to leave Ireland, told the Financial Times the trip was “worth it”.
“It was a huge success and we’ve had such a wonderful experience,” said John Bercow, the UK’s finance minister.
He said that the UK had made the most progress on Brexit negotiations since Brexit was first announced.
“It has been a long road, but we’ve come a long way and we have made huge progress,” he said.UK honeymoonA post shared by the UK (@uk_honeymoon) on Feb 13, 2021 at 12:09pm PSTThe UK was one of the countries hardest hit by Brexit.
It has been accused of being a “tax haven” by the European Union, and has been under pressure to cut immigration to reduce the number of people coming to the UK.
Britain has struggled to convince foreign investors to invest in the country because of the lack of investment opportunities.
The government is planning to introduce a new tax regime, which will allow for higher income tax and an increase in the minimum wage.