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Brexit

Brexit is the forthcoming withdrawal of the United Kingdom (UK) from the European Union (EU). In the June 2016 referendum, 52% voted to leave the EU, leading into a complex separation process implying political and economic changes for the UK and other countries. The timetable for withdrawal has not yet been firmly established.Withdrawal from the European Union has been a right under Article 50 of the Treaty on European Union of EU member states since 2007. The details of the process for the UK's... read more

Brexit issues

Brexit issues are economic, human and political issues discussed during the campaign about the withdrawal of the United Kingdom from the European Union, which was approved in the Brexit referendum of 23 June 2016 with 52% of voters choosing to leave the EU against 48% preferring to remain a member.According to a poll by Ipsos MORI released on 18 May, issues identified by voters as being very important to them in deciding which way to vote were headed by the impact on Britain's economy (33%), the... read more

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Brexit (disambiguation)

Brexit is an informal term designating the upcoming withdrawal of the United Kingdom from the European Union. read more

Brexit: The Movie

''Brexit: The Movie'' is a crowdfunded 2016 British documentary film written and directed by Martin Durkin, advocating for the withdrawal of the United Kingdom from the European Union, commonly called "Brexit" (a portmanteau of "Britain" or "British" and "exit").== Production ==The film was crowdfunded, with its £100,000 goal having been met with contributions from 1,500 donors by 26 February 2016. According to the film's official website, by the end of production a total of over £300,000 had been... read more

Causes of Brexit

The result of the United Kingdom European Union Referendum of 2016 was a victory for the 'Leave' campaign, amassing a total of 51.9% of the vote.The result provoked considerable debate as to the factors that contributed to the victory, with various theories and explanations being put forth. This page provides an overview of the different claims being made.== 'Leave' represented more popular positions ==The 'Leave' campaign campaigned primarily on issues relating to sovereignty and migration, whereas... read more

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International reactions to the Brexit referendum

International reactions to the Brexit referendum entail external reactions to the 2016 British decision to leave the European Union from economic, political, media, religious and academic sections of society. Politically, reaction in support of the result came from both left-wing and right-wing spectrums, while opposition to the result came from institutions of state calling for a quick separation; yet other neutral comments came from others who "respected" the democratic will of the voter. Economically,... read more

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Category:Passed DYK nominations from July 2016The result was: promoted by Cwmhiraeth (talk) 06:21, 5 July 2016 (UTC)====Brexit: The Movie====Created by Jujutsuan (talk). Self-nominated at 02:03, 2 July 2016 (UTC). read more

John Longworth (businessman)

John Longworth is a British businessman, and was the Director-General of the British Chambers of Commerce from September 2011 until March 2016 .John Longworth was educated at Smithills Moor Grammar School, Bolton, followed by bachelor's and master's degrees in science from Salford University.He has been a main board director at Asda, Tesco and CWS.In March 2016, he became the first leader of a major business group to back a Brexit. Mr Longworth resigned from the BCC on 6 March 2016 after being suspended... read more

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The result was delete.  Sandstein  18:18, 3 August 2016 (UTC)===KEXIT===I take it this is a play on the word "Brexit"; article should either be deleted or turned into a redirect. See WP:NEOLOGISM. KDS4444 (talk) 09:30, 26 July 2016 (UTC) read more

Draft:Matt Kelly (journalist)

Matt Kelly is editor of The New European newspaper, a UK national weekly newspaper launched in response to the EU referendum vote of June 23, 2016. https://www.theguardian.com/media/2016/jul/21/brexit-paper-new-european-new-day-profithttp://www.standard.co.uk/news/londoners-diary/londoners-diary-new-european-is-given-new-life-thanks-to-brexit-a3310916.htmlhttp://www.newstatesman.com/world/europe/2016/08/can-new-european-succeed-britain-s-anti-brexit-paperhttp://www.zeit.de/wirtschaft/2016-07/the-new-european-brexit-zeitschrift-matt-kelly-bremainhttp://www.pressgazette.co.uk/the-new-european-said-to-be-in-profit-and-will-continue-beyond-initial-four-week-run/He... read more

U.K. Parliamentary petitions website

The U.K. Parliamentary petitions website was founded in July 2015, to allow members of the public to petition the Parliament of the United Kingdom. As of June 2016 the most successful ever petition was one to require referendums to have a supermajority with over 4 million signatories, started in May 2016 before the Brexit referendum, by a pro-Brexit supporter. The second most popular petition was one to ban Donald Trump from coming to the UK which caused the website to crash and had more than 550,000... read more

AMIN Worldwide

AMIN Worldwide (Advertising and Marketing Independent Network) is a global alliance of independently owned advertising agencies that share insights, knowledge and resources. Its member agencies are located across Americas, Europe/Africa/Middle East, and the Pacific Rim.== History ==AMIN was formed in the US in 1932 as a way for small to mid-sized advertising agencies to share media and research resources. Now, with 50+ member agencies worldwide, in addition to the savings on shared resources, AMIN... read more

Democracy in Europe Movement 2025

The Democracy in Europe Movement 2025, or DiEM25, is a Pan-European political movement launched in 2015 by former Greek finance minister Yanis Varoufakis. The movement was officially presented at a ceremonial event held on 9 February 2016 in the Volksbühne theatre in Berlin. Their movement aims to reform the European Union's existing institutions to create a "full-fledged democracy with a sovereign Parliament respecting national self-determination and sharing power with national Parliaments, regional... read more

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