Brexit - retake control

Im hoping to see Texas do the same with Greg Abbott as our president or Cruz. If Hillary becomes president, we MUST secede.

Brexit: who could be most at risk?

The impact of Brexit in European Union

Trading & Currency infographic & data The impact of Brexit in European Union Infographic Description Brexit: who could be most at risk?

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A Brexit infographic designed for young people to understand the arguments for leaving and remaining in the EU.

In graphics: Britain’s referendum on EU membership: A background guide to “Brexit” from the European Union | The Economist

A background guide to “Brexit” from the European Union

In graphics: Britain’s referendum on EU membership: A background guide to “Brexit” from the European Union

What is a BREXIT?

On June the people of the UK will vote on whether or not the UK should exit the European Union, which currently consists of 28 countries. Here is a quick and simple video explaining how it works and the arguments being made on both sides.

Scotland votes to stay in the EU—but is dragged out by England | The Economist

Scotland votes to stay in the EU—but is dragged out by England

Scotland votes to stay in the EU—but is dragged out by England | The Economist

The Liberal Democrat victory in the Richmond Park byelection could be just the first of many electoral aftershocks that could reconfigure the electoral landscape

Brexit chaos could change the political map of Britain

The Liberal Democrat victory in the Richmond Park byelection could be just the first of many electoral aftershocks that could reconfigure the electoral landscape

Theresa May is set to become the UK's next prime minister after Andrea Leadsom pulled out of the contest to become Conservative Party leader. The timing of the handover of power from David Cameron is currently being discussed, but could be within days. Mrs May, 59, who backed staying in the EU, has been home secretary since 2010. Mrs Leadsom, who campaigned to leave the EU, said the UK needed "strong and stable government" and that Mrs May was "ideally placed" to implement Brexit. - 11.07.16

May set to be UK PM as Leadsom quits

Andrea Leadsom pulls out of the Conservative Party leadership contest - leaving the way clear for Theresa May to be the next UK prime minister.


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