Soft Brexit or Hard Brexit?

Soft Brexit or Hard Brexit?

BriefingsEU Referendum

When a majority of people voted to leave the European Union, politicians and the media were quick to interpret what exactly that meant. Whilst some believed it meant a complete detachment from the EU, its laws and institutions, others interpreted it as a less finite split. From these two interpretations the two terms Hard Brexit

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Key issues for voters in the EU Referendum.

Key issues for voters in the EU Referendum.

BriefingsEU ReferendumUK Politics

We wanted to share with you this interesting bit of #Brexit research. Following the EU Referendum the British Election Study published research into what voters thought were the most important issues when deciding how to vote in the EU referendum. The interview was conducted in an open ended format, meaning people didn’t choose from set options, they could

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Welcome to the Archive, where you can find pages containing information about elections that have taken place in the past. 2015 General Election The 2015 election saw the Conservative Party win a majority in the House of Commons. In the run up to the election Voting Counts produced a 'Policy Matrix' which allows voters to Read more

EU Referendum

x This page relates to the EU Referendum that took place on the 23rd June 2016. Scroll down to find latest #Brexit blog posts. What is the European Union? The European Union (EU) is an international institution currently made up of 28 countries which started life just after World War Two and by 1957 evolved Read more

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