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For questions regarding Britain's exit from the European Union, popularly termed 'Brexit'. Use with the [united-kingdom] and [european-union] tags, depending on which parties your question refers to.

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You're asking us to read the minds of the government, and that's not easy. They're probably influenced by two factors: (a) what will win votes, and (b) what will be good for the country. As regards …
answered Jun 19 '17 by Michael Kay
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People could go to court and challenge the legitimacy of the 2016 referendum, for example on the grounds that one of the official parties spent too much money, or that there was a printing error on so …
answered Apr 2 '19 by Michael Kay
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I think there are two relevant factors here. Firstly, in an election where you are voting for a candidate to assume office, then a candidate who is found by the courts to have broken the rules in a s …
answered May 31 '19 by Michael Kay