All you need to know about...

Britain leaving
the European Union

We need to talk about Brexit

Brexit is a term you’ve undoubtedly heard a lot over the last 12 months or so, and it’s something you’ll be hearing a lot more of in the next few years. We've compiled some useful questions and answers to help you prepare for what's to come.

Regional voting results


Voted to leave the EU


Voted to leave the EU

Northern Ireland

Voted to leave the EU


Voted to leave the EU

Impact across the UK


Wales overwhelmingly voted to leave the EU. However, it remains to be seen how Wales will fare once EU funding is pulled. Since 2000, Wales has had £4bn in structural funding from the EU, according the Welsh Government. In the wake of the referendum, the UK Government announced that a Brexit administration ‘will not automatically be able to match’ the levels of funding currently received from Brussels.

Scotland and Northern Ireland, on the other hand, voted in favour of remaining within the EU. In both of these countries, it is entirely possible that the referendum’s outcome could result in calls for independence referendums in order to cut ties with the UK.

Nicola Sturgeon, First Minister of Scotland, has been vocal about her desire to see another Scottish vote for independence, while Sinn Fein’s performance in Northern Ireland’s 2017 election appears to indicate a growing desire for Northern Ireland to be reunified with the Republic of Ireland.

The Scottish referendum in 2014 saw the majority (55.3%) of voters choose to remain part of the UK, proving that many are reluctant to become definitively severed from the UK Government. 

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