This category was created to list websites related to the results of the UK referendum on 23rd June 2016, prompting the exit of the UK from the EU.
This category includes any websites with historical information on arguments for and against the UK leaving, and its consequences.
The major political parties have abandonned opposing this exit, though some favour remaining in the EU. Others promote their state leaving the UK as a result of UK Government plans to follow the overall majority. Until another category is available linked from here, this category includes the consequences for Gibraltar, Northern Ireland and Scotland, and how this will affect the UK as a whole.
Agriculture and Horticulture Development Board's collection of news articles and related publications on the progress of EU withdrawal affecting the industries.
Collection of nine articles on the legal complications by their Brexit Working Group.
Replacement following resignation of Sir Ivan, who had predicted a 10 years protracted process, ahead of Article 50 initiation for March 2017. Includes comment and links to related news.
A brief history of Brexit's rise from obscurity to become the political word of 2016.
Article by Laurence Peter drawing on the experience of Greek Cypriots, within the EU, on their divided island with UK Sovereign bases.
Collection of articles accumulated since June 2016, including breaking news, in-depth reports, analysis, comment on the expected consequences for the UK and EU.
Series of audio programmes aired in the UK, following the outcome of the referendum on 23rd Jun 2016, in which philosophers, lawyers and political journalists reflect on Brexit's effect on democracy in Britain, Europe and the World.
Six minute audio clip, where David Aaronovitch, chairs discussion attempting to analyse demography of UK residents voting behaviour on 23rd June 2016.
Collection of articles leading up to the ballot on 23rd Jun 2016, with some analysis why the UK polling industry again failed to predict the outcome. Includes related news stories.
Breakdown of constituencies, regions, with a majority of Gibraltar, Scotland, London and Northern Ireland voted to Remain, but these were out-numbered by England and Wales. Includes expectation from polls by age and demography, and comparison with the 1975 referendum.
MPs criticise ministers for not guaranteeing EU citizens the right to stay in the UK after Brexit, but the government says a deal will form part of future negotiations. Philip Hammond sets out Brexit negotiation priorities to Laura Kuenssberg.
Article by Douglas Fraser, reporting Sir Nicholas Macpherson's case for an independent currency, Edinburgh replacing City of London's financial influence in the EU, and moving of Royal Bank of Scotland headquarters. Include links to related news.
Article by Mark Mardell, on the fall-out from the EU referendum vote, with new alliances being forged in British politics. Examines the timing of trigegring Article 50, legal action over MPs' role. including video of Tony Blair, protection of Scotland's majority the remain. Links to related news articles.
Early response by Brian Wheeler and Alex Hunt to the majority favour of Leave, offering a guide to the changes that may happen, and what is needed for planning the future of the UK outside the EU.
Article on the PM's talks with Italian counterpart Matteo Renzi, suggesting she favours bespoke arrangements rather than replicating those used by others.Includes quotes from Mr Renzi, and links to related news.
Report on the follow-up of Prime Minister' initial phone call, inviting the Taoiseach, on talks about the post-Brexit border of Ireland and Northern Ireland, estabilished in the Common Travel Area agreement in 1923.
Article by Gareth Gordon on the PMs visit with Northern Ireland's first and deputy first ministers, analysing her statement "nobody wants to return to the borders of the past". Includes links to related news.
Article with audio clip on Business Secretary, Sajid Javid's visit to India for trade talks, and Tata decision, following 10% sterling devaluation, to keep presence in UK steel production.including the Port Talbot plant Includes links to related clips and news stories.
Tabular presentation of the case put by both sides in the EU referendum campaign, and the case for another on the terms.
Pro-leave resource for news articles videos and social media links.
Campaign information from the "Remain" side. Includes social media links.
The High Court''s judgement on the legality of the UK Government attempts to negotiate exit from the EU, without the expressed will of the UK Parlaiment.
Right wing broadsheet newspaper article by Alice Foster predicts what will happen now Britain has voted quit the EU. Includes readers' comments and links to related news articles.
Article by Andrew Forgrave on CLA Cymru director Rebecca Williams four key concerns for rural businesses, and delegations from the agriculture, environment and rural business sectors. Includes related news.
Blog with opinion on the outcome of the vote on 23th June 2016. Includes archive of pre-ballot articles, readers' comments and links to social media.
Newspaper's collection of articles related to the EU referendum result in favour of UK leaving. Includes effects on currency, both GB Sterling and the Euro, and developments around the world. Headlines only, full articles and comments require subscription fee.
Article by William Keegan presenting his views on the outcome of the EU referendum. Includes readers' comments.
Newspaper portal of articles leading to polling of UK electorate. Includes news, comment, analysis, links to speeches, official texts, audio clips and other news..
Article by Owen Bowcott on the legal challenge to the result of referendum is not legally binding on parliament to trigger Article 50. Although contenders for PM vow to go ahead, they may face opposition from MP constituencies with a majority to Remain. Links to other articles.
Speculation on economic future, considering ageing mean population, job automation, and influence of renewable energy, quoting Institute for Public Policy Research report. Includes readers' comments and related news articles.
Newspaper collection of articles, breaking stories, with readers' comments
Campaign information form the official Brexit side. Includes opinion polls, links to videos and social media.
London School of Economics' blog on the original campaign, leading to the referendum on 23rd June 2016, and consequences of the resulting majority of the UK electorate to vote to leave the European Union.
Statistics on the EU referendum predicted opinion polling average and Brexit forecast. Results by politcal party, charts, table of exit polls, twitter feed, and social media links.
Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development predicts the effects of the UK referendum. Includes data, analysis of surveys, forecasts, and political challenges for the future. link to blog with initial comments.
Report on a speech by European Commission chief negotiator, after talks with officials from the European Parliament and European Council, setting a deadline, on the Article 50 notification, reitering the four fundamental freedoms, were indivisible, and there could be "no cherry-picking.”
Article setting out the steps leading to the highest UK court considering the Government's appeal to bypass Parliament.
R (on the application of Miller and Dos Santos) v Secretary of State for Exiting the European Union appeal hearing. Summary and Judgment available as PDF and HTML, as well as video of the sessions.
Rt Hon Carwyn Jones AM, First Minister of Wales, presents his opinion on the decision, and that Wales should strive to unify the divisions, be fully involved in negotiations on the terms of UK withdrawal, and future relationship with Europe.
Article updated by the public, on the results and consequences of the EU referendum. Includes history from 1975, campaigns, map showing majority constituencies for Leave or Remain, Article 50 implementation, and future, with references and links to related articles.
The first speech to the House of Commons since his government appointment, outlining the projected procedure initiating Article 50 by the end of March 2017 in response to the results of 23rd June. Includes comments and related videos.
105 minute video of presentation to the House of Commons in response to 96-page document received confirming the role of Parliament in invoking EU Article 50.
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