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1.Which year did the UK hold a referendum to leave the European Union?
2.Which country of the UK had the strongest remain vote, at 62%?
3.Who took over as Prime Minister once David Cameron resigned?
4.In March 2017 the Government triggered what motion?
5.The Article above sets out the leaving process. How long does it give for negotiations before that country leaves the EU?
6.In June 2017, a "snap" general election was held in order to strengthen the government's majority. What happened instead?
The Government made no deals and became a hung parliament
The Government made a deal with the Northern Irish party DUP to stay in power
The Government convinced Brexit-supporting Labour MPs to join the Conservatives to stay in power
The Government made no deals and achieved a small majority
7.The first "Brexit Secretary" David Davis resigns in July 2018. Who took over this role for only 4 months?
8.On the 20th of October 2018, the People's Vote march took to the streets of London in protest of a second referendum. Roughly how many people were estimated to have took part?
9.Later that year in November, the Brexit Secretary in Question 7 resigned. Who took over the role this time, where he still resided until 2020?
10.On December 12th, 2018, the Prime Minister had a vote of no-confidence held against them. Out of the 317 Conservative MPs that voted, how many voted in support of the PM?
11.On January 15th 2019, the Government put a "Meaningful Vote" of the Withdrawal Agreement to the House of Commons. In this historic vote, the Government was defeated overwhelmingly at 432 votes to 202. This was the biggest defeat since when?
12.In March 2019, the UK was originally supposed to leave the European Union. But on what day was this supposed to happen?
13.July 2019. The Prime Minister resigns after failing to push through the withdrawal agreement 3 times. After a party leadership election, who won the race and became Prime Minister?
14.After the Prime Minister ordered the prorogation of Parliament, the Supreme Court got involved and ruled it "unlawful". How long was the planned prorogation going to last?
15.The Conservatives eventually garnered support for a general election to be held in December 2019. How big was the eventual majority achieved by the Conservatives in that Election?
16.The UK will leave the European Union on 31st January 2020. It then enters a transition period until December 31st 2020, barring an extension. Which of these statements describes this transition period correctly?
From February 1st, any and all business with the EU will cease until negotiations for a trade deal have concluded.
From February 1st, all businesses will now have to trade on WTO terms, meaning tariffs and such will now apply that did not before.
From February 1st, little will change and all the current rules still apply, allowing the negotiation of a future relationship to begin.