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The United Kingdom European Union membership referendum, also known as the EU referendum and the Brexit referendum, took place on 23 June 2016 in the United Kingdom (UK) and Gibraltar to gauge support for the country either remaining a member of, or leaving, the European Union (EU). The non-binding referendum resulted in 51.9% of voters voting in favour of leaving the EU, on a national turnout of 72%, the highest ever for a UK-wide referendum and the highest for any national vote since
BBC History Magazine - 21 Feb 2019 Brexit, the Corn Laws and the Common Market: a brief history of Britain’s trade deals
Explore the history of Britain's trade deals, why Robert Peel abolished the British Corn Laws in 1846 and why trade agreements have caused party splits.
Balkan Insight - 21 Feb 2019 Greek and UK Referendums Have Important Parallels
Britain and Greece are very different – but the anti-establishment flavour of the referendums in both countries hold lessons for supporters of a second EU vote in ...
The Interpreter - 21 Feb 2019 How did the United Kingdom get itself into such a political mess?
The spectacle may be unedifying and cost of failure terrifying, but parliamentary democracy is still alive and kicking.
Seeking Alpha - 21 Feb 2019 A Brexit Deal Will Come At The Eleventh Hour
Last week the Parliament said bring it on. The EU does not want to set a precedent, but a hard Brexit is too high a price. Volatility in the pound will increase.
PBS NewsHour - 12 Feb 2019 UK’s Theresa May asks lawmakers for more time on Brexit
British Prime Minister Theresa May urged restive lawmakers Tuesday to give her more time to rework a divorce agreement with the European Union, ...
The New York Times - 02 Feb 2019 Brexit Fight Over Gibraltar Flares Up in an E.U. Footnote
MADRID — Gibraltar, the tiny British territory at the tip of southern Spain, has been so far little more than a footnote in the tense negotiations over Britain's ...
The Republic - 01 Feb 2019 UK pro-Brexit campaign fined for breaching data laws
Britain's information watchdog has fined one of the pro-Brexit campaigns in the country's European Union membership referendum for breaking data laws.
Foreign Policy - 19 Feb 2019 Scotland’s Marriage of Inconvenience
When the United Kingdom voted to leave the European Union in 2016, two-thirds of voters in Scotland—across every single district—voted to remain. Now, as ...
The Washington Post - 24 Jan 2019 Travelers bound for Britain face new Brexit uncertainty
Teri-Lee Lawler-Baack is a little nervous after the British Parliament's recent vote on Brexit, which set the stage for a potentially chaotic “no deal” departure from ...
Motoring Research - 11 Feb 2019 Revealed: almost every car-making region voted LEAVE in Brexit referendum
The shock news that Honda is to close its Swindon car manufacturing plant has inevitably focused attention on the region's decision to vote leave in the 2016 ...
The Japan Times - 25 Jan 2019 Airbus CEO warns it could move UK operations in event of 'no-deal' Brexit
The chief executive of Airbus warned Thursday that the aviation giant could move its U.K. operations out of Britain if the country leaves the European Unio.
Open Democracy - 20 Feb 2019 Does Europe end in Derry? Peace is at stake
“The UK seemingly leaving the Union, leaves neither Europe, nor History. It is time also for a new sensibility and a great refusal: we refuse to liquidate peace.”.
Anadolu Agency - 30 Jan 2019 UK should lead, not leave EU, says prominent campaigner
Gina Miller says best deal is what UK has now as an EU member, but terms need to be addressed - Anadolu Agency.
BBC News - 21 Feb 2019 Who are the MPs resigning to join the Independent Group?
We profile the ex-Labour and Conservative MPs who've quit their parties to join the Independent Group.
Express.co.uk - 20 Feb 2019 BREXIT LIVE: May prepares for BREXIT SHOWDOWN with Brussels - Egypt to host CRUNCH talks
THERESA May is plotting a new Brexit deal with the EU, risking the fury of Brexiteers who feel anything less than the Malthouse Compromise is a defeat.
Newsroom - 30 Jan 2019 Peter McKenzie: Brexit's forgotten history
Peter McKenzie looks back to the turmoil of the 1970s to helps us understand how Britain got to this point.
The New York Times - 20 Feb 2019 Trying to Stop Brexit, Using Catchy Songs and Washboard Abs
LIVERPOOL, England — On a recent Saturday, the Breunion Boys — a Dutch boy band set up in response to Britain's planned departure from the European ...
The Hill - 11 Dec 2018 The UK can't have its Brexit cake and eat it too | TheHill
The British Parliament vote on whether to agree to negotiated terms for leaving the European Union, the “Brexit” they chose in a referendum in 2016, has been ...
Technique - 28 Jan 2019 'Brexit' explores methods behind 'leave' campaign
Following the unprecedented political climate of the last few years, an entire genre of books, television shows and movies has sprung up trying to answer one ...