2016 – United Kingdom EU Referendum

2016 – United Kingdom EU Referendum

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The growth of Euroscepticism in Britain has resulted in this referendum. David Cameron has sought to renegotiate Britain’s place in the EU but many think he hasn’t done enough. The battle lines are drawn and Britain’s political heavyweights are ready to tackle the biggest issue in British politics. Will Britain vote to remain in the EU or will they vote to upset the establishment and undo fourty years of European integration?

Vote Leave

  • Boris Johnson (Conservative)
  • Michael Gove (Conservative)
  • Gisela Stuart (Labour)
  • Nigel Farage (UKIP)

Britain Stronger in Europe

  • David Cameron (Conservative)
  • George Osborne (Conservative)
  • Alan Johnson (Labour)
  • Stuart Rose (Conservative)

Three years ago, the EU Referendum changed everything in British politics. The campaign was exciting, it engaged millions of voters and in the end leave won 52%-48%. Brexit has dominated British politics since that result in 2016 and this campaign was where it all started!

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8 thoughts on “2016 – United Kingdom EU Referendum”

  1. Great job! Very well done scenario! Everything looks really great! The Issues are good and It is a lot of fun!

  2. I have already tried deleting then installing again and it comes up like that again. Please update endorsers. Also, could there be more leaders? For example, add Nick Clegg and Blair to remain and for some fun funky stuff add Corbyn to either

  3. Leave: Andrea Leadsom, Kate Hoey, Daniel Hannan, Jacob Rees-Mogg, George Galloway, Iain Duncan Smith, Gisela Stuart
    Remain: Nick Clegg, Carwyn Jones, Liz Kendall, Chuka Umunna, Siobhain McDonagh, Richard Reed, Hilary Benn, George Osborne, Angela Eagle, Amber Rudd, Nicola Sturgeon, Sadiq Khan, Ruth Davidson, Francis O’Grady

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