The Brexit

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In History
  • 410

    First historical Brexit

    First historical Brexit
    The tribal English council accords with emperor Honorio England’s exit from Roman empire.
  • 1534

    Political and religious Brexit

    Political and religious Brexit
    Henry VIII proclaims homself the top of Anglican church, which meant the compleete breakub between Rome and England.
  • Living in isolation from Europe

    Living in isolation from Europe
    England refuses to participate in the Treaties of Rome, which gave place to the European Economic Communities, the initial version of the European Union.
  • EFTA

    EFTA
    England asks for access to the EEC, but De Gualle refuses. England responds organizing European Free Trade Area with the states which didn’t belong to the EEC.
  • The UK joined the EEC

    The UK joined the EEC
    (European Economic Community)
  • England finally entered to the EEC

    England finally entered to the EEC
    after De Gualle’s death.
  • European Economic Community

    The European Economic Community had the legitimacy of the strong economic growth which characterised the years after the second world war
  • England submited its EEC membership to a referendum, and won it.

  • Fee reduction

    London, who had been having an ambibalent attitude and resisting to the politic and monetary union, finally earned its fee reduction.
  • Europeandebt crisis

    Europeandebt crisis
    The Bank of England declared it as “the most serious financial crisis at least since the 1930s, if not ever".
  • (Dyson, 2016)

    Towards the end of 2016, rates began to creep back up, and this pattern of gradual increases is predicted to continue (Dyson, 2016).
  • Referendum

    Referendum
    It was held to know if the UK would leave or remain in the EU. There was a total of 17.4 million votes for leaving against 16.1 million votes.
  • House of Commons

    House of Commons
    The UK government’s EU Withdrawal Bill, formerly known as the Great Repeal Bill, reached committee stage in the House of Commons in November 2017.
  • The UK and EU negotiating teams

    The UK and EU negotiating teams met for the first time on June 19, 2017. For four days each month in Brussels to try to reach an agreement on UK and EU citizens after Brexit.
  • EU important

    EU important
    EU summits in March and June 2018 will be important in the process, but the real time crunch is expected to come in the fall of 2018.
  • EU important

    EU summits in March and June 2018 will be important in the process, but the real time crunch is expected to come in the fall of 2018.
  • The Withdrawal Agreement was published

    The Withdrawal Agreement was published
    This agreement was supported by the UK government (especially by the PM Theresa May), but it faced rejection at the UK parliament.
  • The UK had been due to leave on this date, two years after it started the exit process by invoking Article 50 of the EU's Lisbon Treaty.

  • EU leaders granted an initial extension of the Article 50 of the EU’s Lisbon Treaty.

  • PM change

    PM change
    Theresa May leaves her charge to Boris Johnson
  • This is the date in which Britain plans to completely leave the European Union.

    This is the date in which Britain plans to completely leave the European Union.