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00:04:09 1 Terminology and etymology
00:14:51 2 Background: the United Kingdom and Europe
00:15:46 2.1 Accession and period of European Union membership
00:19:47 2.1.1 Euroscepticism, opt-outs and ‘outers’
00:21:58 2.1.2 Opinion polls 1977–2015
00:23:04 2.2 Referendum of 2016
00:23:13 2.2.1 Negotiations for membership reform
00:26:02 2.2.2 Campaign groups
00:26:49 2.2.3 Referendum result
00:27:26 2.2.4 Voter demographics and trends
00:30:26 2.2.5 Resignations, contests, and appointments
00:31:21 2.2.6 Irregularities
00:32:27 2.2.7 Litigation
00:33:59 3 Article 50 process
00:34:09 3.1 Timeline
00:34:22 3.1.1 2016
00:34:30 3.1.2 2017
00:34:38 3.1.3 2018
00:34:46 3.1.4 2019
00:34:54 3.2 Invocation
00:38:56 3.3 Withdrawal Agreement and Political Declaration
00:39:07 3.3.1 Negotiations
00:39:16 3.3.1.1 First phase
00:50:56 3.3.1.2 Second phase
00:52:31 3.3.2 Signature
00:54:02 3.3.3 Ratification
00:54:10 3.3.3.1 UK Government’s legal advice
00:56:12 3.3.3.2 Delay of vote on Withdrawal Agreement
00:57:57 3.3.3.3 Vote on Withdrawal Agreement
00:58:29 3.3.3.4 Second vote on Withdrawal Agreement
00:59:02 3.4 Extensions
00:59:11 3.4.1 First
01:01:03 3.4.1.1 Third vote on Withdrawal Agreement
01:01:48 3.4.2 Second
01:02:39 3.4.3 Third (potential)
01:03:09 4 Parallel political developments
01:03:19 4.1 Domestic legislation after Article 50 notification
01:03:31 4.1.1 European Union (Withdrawal) Act 2018
01:05:50 4.1.2 Additional government bills
01:06:41 4.1.2.1 Nuclear Safeguards Act 2018
01:07:27 4.2 2017 British general election
01:09:19 4.3 Public opinion
01:10:15 5 Impact
01:10:46 5.1 Academia
01:11:56 5.2 Border between the UK and Republic of Ireland
01:15:45 5.3 Border with France
01:17:10 5.4 Economic effects
01:17:44 5.4.1 Immediate
01:19:27 5.4.2 In the long term
01:22:52 5.4.3 In the short term
01:23:45 5.4.4 Regional inequality in UK
01:24:11 5.4.5 UK financial sector
01:25:22 5.5 Energy
01:26:11 5.6 EU institutions and agencies
01:26:21 5.6.1 Council of the EU
01:27:11 5.6.2 European Parliament
01:28:02 5.6.3 EU agencies
01:28:29 5.7 Farming
01:29:59 5.8 Fisheries
01:32:36 5.9 Gibraltar
01:34:16 5.10 Health
01:35:12 5.11 Law and courts
01:36:54 5.12 Migration
01:40:17 5.13 Transport
01:40:26 5.13.1 Aviation
01:42:22 5.13.2 Rail
01:42:45 5.13.3 Road traffic
01:44:15 5.13.4 Shipping
01:44:34 5.14 Scotland
01:46:30 5.15 Security
01:47:27 5.16 UK bilateral international agreements
01:48:02 5.17 UK–EU relationship post-Brexit
01:48:52 5.18 UK relations with CANZUK countries and the United States
01:49:53 5.19 World Trade Organization
01:50:26 6 Cultural references
01:50:59 7 See also

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Brexit (; a portmanteau of “British” and “exit”) is the scheduled withdrawal of the United Kingdom (UK) from the European Union (EU). Following a June 2016 referendum, in which 51.9% of participating voters voted to leave, the UK government formally announced the country’s withdrawal in March 2017, starting a two-year process that was due to conclude with the UK withdrawing on 29 March 2019. As the UK parliament thrice voted against the negotiated withdrawal agreement, that deadline has been extended twice, and is currently 31 October 2019. An Act of Parliament requires the government to seek a third extension if no agreement is reached before 19 October.
Withdrawal is advocated by Eurosceptics and opposed by pro-Europeanists, both of whom span the political spectrum. The UK joined the European Communities (EC) in 1973, with continued membership endorsed in a 1975 referendum. In the 1970s and 1980s, withdrawal from the EC was advocated mainly by the political left, e.g. in the Labour Party’s 1983 election manifesto. From the 1990s, the eurosceptic wing of the Conservative Party grew, and led a rebellio …

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