23rd June Brexit Election Results Opinion Poll Schedule Date Latest News Update 2016, Who will win Brexit
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23rd June Brexit Election Results Opinion Poll Schedule Date Latest News Update 2016, Who will win Brexit

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23rd June Brexit Election Results Opinion Poll Schedule Date Latest News Update 2016, Who will win Brexit

Highlights Important Points. Brexit 2016 Results

  1. What does Brexit Mean? – Brexit means Britain – Exit from the European Union.
  2. When is Brexit Elections? – It is on 23rd of June 2016.
  3. Who will Vote in Brexit? – All voters of UK who are eligile to vote in Normal general elections i.e people above the age of 18 British Citizens registered as voters can vote.
  4. What Do Opinion Polls Say? – Here is the Summary of all Opinion Polls of UK Brexit. Read Brexit Summary of all opinion polls.

Brexit Latest News

VOTER TURNOUT (382 of 382 local authorities declared) : 72.16%, LEAVE: 52% (17.41 million votes) , REMAIN: 48% 16.14 million votes)

  1. #Brexit Live: Its Official Britain votes to leave the #EuropeanUnion
  2. Remember, publishing exit polls before 10pm is illegal–Section 66 of the Representation of the People Act 1983 prohibits the publication, before the close of poll, of any forecast, survey or estimate of how people have voted. 
  3. Investor George Soros has warned of "serious consequences" for British jobs and finances if the country leaves the EU.
  4. Acc to him Their could be negative effect on British jobs and finances if the country leaves the EU.
  5. Acc to Mr Soros leaving EU would see sterling fall by at least 15% – 20%, to below $1.15 from current $1.46.
  6. Acc to Leave camp Matthew Elliott "The EU is costly, bureaucratic and blind to the impact it has had on people's wages and soaring energy bills,"
  7. British media and voters are divided over the issue and no clear opinion poll has been released. The Leave and remain camps are neck to neck. Dozens of polls have been released but there is no trends coming out of them. Some are showing leave and some remain.
  8. David Cameroon current PM from Conservatives are supporting remain camp.
  9. Where as Labour is camping for Leave.
  10. All past PMs are also supporting Remain Camp.

 

source: wikipedia.org

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