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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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The House of Lords has now amended the Article 50 bill to require a Parliament vote on the final Brexit agreement. Assume for the sake of argument that: This provision survives to become law …
asked Mar 8 '17 by Kevin
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"people's vote" at this step, or does other things that would reasonably affect Brexit negotiations such as holding a general election. The UK sends the EU notice pursuant to Article 50 that it intends … to withdraw from the EU. Said notice expressly disclaims that it is in any way a continuation of the previous Brexit process. Does the "clock" start over at two years, or would the UK still have to …
asked Dec 9 '18 by Kevin
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Consider the following sequence of events: In March, the UK fails to reach an agreement with the EU and exits with no deal. The UK leaves the British side of the Irish border open, to comply with th …
asked Sep 23 '18 by Kevin
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referendum (although Sinn Féin has rather strongly suggested that a referendum would be necessary following a No Deal Brexit), and Northern Ireland doesn't currently have a functioning devolved assembly (and so can't be said to have "asked for" anything). …
answered Oct 16 '18 by Kevin
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If, at some point in the future while the backstop is in effect, the EU decided to amend the treaties in relation to the SM or CU, would this require consent from the UK? It would somewhat depend …
answered Mar 17 by Kevin
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sectarian violence, and the original purpose of the EU is the promotion of peace on the European continent. Given the current direction of Brexit politics, I think most of what I have described above is … unlikely to come to pass, but this seems equally true of every way forward that I can imagine. Brexit is the political quandary of the century. …
answered Jul 29 by Kevin