This blog began as a record of the Referendum to Leave the European Union (EU) and has gradually evolved into articles about general political events happening in the UK.
It records facts and figures that were presented during the campaigns, both for and against the UK remaining in the EU and attempts to present this information in an impartial way.
There are lots of claims and counter-claims, conjecture and rhetoric about whether it is better to vote to remain in or to leave the European Union in the forthcoming referendum in June 2016.
The choice is not an easy decision for voters to make and the outcome will affect future generations.
This web-site gathers information and tries to present it in an unbiased way so that it may help readers make their own decision.
Then it proceeds to record what has happened since the EU Referendum following the decision to Leave the EU (Brexit), including the snap election called in June 2017.
The author is not affiliated to any political party or associated with any official or unofficial campaign group. All content provided on this web-site is for informational purposes only and all opinions expressed are my own.
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