A Background Guide to “Brexit” from the European Union

A Background Guide to “Brexit” from the European Union

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A Background Guide to “Brexit” from the European Union

Learning Outcomes

Citizenship (KS4)
  • local, regional and international governance and the United Kingdom’s relations with the rest of Europe, the Commonwealth, the United Nations and the wider world
Politics & International Relations (Undergraduate)
  • Examine the benefits and challenges for Great Britain in being a part of the European Union

Functionality

This article contains a series of graphs explaining the relationship between Britain and the European Union, including net migration, EU vote projections, number of votes per party at general elections, arguments for staying in or leaving the EU, a timeline of British involvement in the EU, export of goods between Britain and the EU, employee protection against dismissal, and country groupings within the European continent.

Subject

Politics

Creator

The Economist

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