Tuesday 19 January 2021
In June 2016, the UK voted 51.89 per cent to 48.11 per cent in favour of leaving the European Union (EU). Read news about the run-up to and aftermath of the referendum here.
WHEN the Prime Minister announced the Brexit deal on Christmas Eve, he looked back to the 2016 Referendum, when “the British people voted to take back control of their money, their borders, their laws, and their waters”
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THE desire to “take back control” dates from the 16th-century reign of Henry VIII, who believed that one law gave the monarch complete control over the Church and courts, the Archbishop of Canterbury has said
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As the end of the transition period nears, the wounds of Brexit are being reopened, says Graeme Richardson
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