What is the number 1 problem in the UK today? ?
- robert xLv 75 months agoFavorite Answer
Too many of the political class ignoring the will of the people. followed by selfishness greed and foolish people who think that global problems can be solved solely by the UK which of course is bonkers.
- Anonymous4 months ago
Stupid people whobm think the cab leave Europe, go some place warm.
- ZheiaLv 65 months ago
I blame Henry VIII.
- Maria 🥛👌Lv 45 months ago
The Great Replacement.
Everything else is peripheral.
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- 5 months ago
overpopulated, also saw on the news last night some crazy woman in Lincoilnshire brings in mangy and street dogs from Bulgaria some who may have Rabies.
- Jack HLv 75 months ago
The weather, I blame Margaret Thatcher, if she'd passed a law that Tory Politicians should be competent and intelligent, Britain would be a much better place today...
- ANDRE LLv 75 months ago
Boris Johnson and his clique of rich tax avoiding Brexit bastards.
Let's be clear about some things. Most UK people right now want to Remain. They've seen that both Labour and the Terrible Tories are utterly INCOMPETENT in managing any kind of Brexit. At this point, come November, and Scotland will be saying Bye Bye, and Northern Ireland very likely shortly afterwards.
The main Leave Loonies, like Fascist Farage, want Leave because they want to avoid EU taxes. While they keep their family EU passports, so they will have the right move around Europe, while DENYING that to 99% of the UK population.
Face it, Leavers, you were FOOLED as badly as Trump fooled the GOP.
- 5 months ago
The number 1 Problem of UK is the immigration and also the rising problem of radical Islam. Few people in the world in name of Islam manipulate the youths by showing propaganda videos. Apart from that Brexit is also another problem in this country.
- Anonymous5 months ago
dishonest people , there are millions of them , they are everywhere
- AL E. ATORIOLv 75 months ago
If I had to guess, methinks 'tis Brexit.