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Brexit: An Overview in Charts

A collection of charts, maps and graphs explaining Brexit.

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  • A collection of charts, maps and graphs explaining Brexit.

On December 11, Theresa May’s Brexit Deal goes before the UK House of Commons.The outcome of the vote will have enormous consequences for both Britain and the EU.

Below is a collection of charts, maps and graphs explaining Brexit, from the vote to leave the EU on June 23, 2016 to where we are now.


How the UK voted on June 23, 2016


How the UK voted by region


What people in Northern Ireland think of Brexit


The share of total UK trade by trade agreement


How much trade the UK does with the EU


The UK’s biggest trading partners


How much of the UK’s food and drinks products exports go to the EU


How much EU membership costs the UK


The cost of a “No Deal” scenario for both the UK and the EU


Business’ planned investment in the UK after Brexit


What EU doctors think of Brexit


What people think about NHS staff from the EU being allowed to stay after Brexit


Public support for Theresa May’s Brexit Deal


How MPs could vote on Theresa May’s Brexit Deal


Who people think would win if there was a second referendum

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