VoteBetter Brexit
In the referendum held on June 23rd, voters in the UK and Gibraltar voted by 51.9% to 48.1% (on a 72.2% turnout) to leave the European Union. Although the referendum was purely advisory, the UK government is now committed to negotiating the UK's withdrawal from the EU.

The rules that apply when a country wishes to leave the EU are set out in Article 50 of the Lisbon Treaty. This requires the UK to give notice of its intention to leave, and (unless an extension is agreed) specifies that an agreement with the EU on the terms of its withdrawal has to be concluded within two years.

The Brexit negotiations and the new deal we end up with as we leave the EU are widely believed to be the most important issues facing the UK.

At VoteBetter we believe that everyone should have their say in the negotiations. Take the survey, share your results with your friends and send to your MP. Together we can ensure we get the Brexit deal that suits us best.
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