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What is Brexit and why?
Brexit is when the Uk had a vote whether to stay or leave Eu. but most votes was sent in to leave the Uk. Uk needs to wait 2 years until they leave the Eu. Uk now can make more rules than before. It is a word that has become used as a shorthand way of saying the UK leaving the EU - merging the words Britain and exit to get Brexit, in a same way as a possible Greek exit from the euro was dubbed Grexit in the past. A referendum - a vote in which everyone (or nearly everyone) of voting age can take part - was held on Thursday 23 June, to decide whether the UK should leave or remain in the European Union. Leave won by 52% to 48%. The referendum turnout was 71.8%, with more than 30 million people voting. The Government will argue that EEA membership ends when Britain leaves the EU, which is expected to happen in 2019. But, if the courts back the legal challenge and give Parliament the final say over EEA membership, MPs could potentially vote to ensure that Britain stays in the single market. They could argue for membership until a long-term trading relationship with the EU has been agreed, something expected to take far longer than the 2019 exit date
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More fact’s about Brexit.
The first use of the word "Brexit" is thought to be by The British Resistance, a nationalist organisation, in June 2012. However it is possible that the term was "invented" simultaneously by a number of writers because "Grexit" had been in use since February 2012. An alternative "Brexit" was briefly in use in June 2012 but this fell to the wayside as "Brexit" became the accepted term. The U.K., along with many other parts of the world, woke up Friday morning to the news that it had voted to leave the European Union in a historic referendum by a margin of 52% to 48%. But the now official ‘Brexit,’ as it was dubbed in the media, has been a long time in the making. Here’s how and why the question of whether to remain within the E.U. or not was put to the British people in the first place.
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