Here are a few things to do with Brexit:
Ireland isn't a part of the UK but it is part of the EU as so is Britain so people can travel freely between Northern Ireland and Ireland however Brexit could change that and create a Hard Border where people will have to pay or possibly show their passport just to cross the Irish border. This is NOT what we want.
A person who is in favour of the United Kingdom leaving the European Union.
A second vote on whether the UK should leave the EU.
▪ Article 50 (this was directly taken from investopedia)
Article 50 is a clause in the European Union's (EU) Lisbon Treaty that outlines the steps to be taken by a country seeking to leave the bloc voluntarily. Invoking Article 50 kick-starts the formal exit process and serves as a way for countries to officially declare their intention to leave the EU.
A Brexit where the UK leaves the EU with no deal.
MY QUESTIONS - Even though here I given a few facts about Brexit of my own, I still have a few questions left unanswered.
What would be wrong with a second referendum?
Should not a no-deal-Brexit be the last thing we turn to?
Is the outcome of the referendum because the people voting were not educated properly?
Feel free to answer any questions; your opinion is highly valued.