BrEXIT-ING from the EU

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  • STAY
  • On June 23, 2016, a referendum to decide whether Britain should stay in the EU was held. The EU is an economical and political partnership between European countries.
  • Stay or Leave
  • LEAVE
  • LEAVE
  • The referendum was split between North and South Great Britain.
  • Wales and England
  • North. Ireland and Scotland
  • STAY
  • The campaign to stay was backed by the now-prime minister Theresa May and made based on the boost the EU gives Britain through trade and the flow of immigration workers.
  • Trade
  • Immigration Workers
  • The campaign to leave was backed by the former defense secretary Liam Fox and made based on the EU holding Britain back and border control/immigration problems.
  • Control Over Border
  • EU
  • Britain Held Back
  • The decision was made to leave and Article 50 was put into effect. Article 50 explains the process of a 2 year compromise period between the EU and the country leaving (Great Britain).
  • Article 50
  • European Union
  • European Union
  • ?
  • Controversy has spiked in these talks over logistics but the main concerns lay with the economy and the "hard or soft" Brexit.
  • Brexit: March 29, 2019
  • Great Britain
  • ?
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