Brexit Is Bloody Confusing

Britain has voted in a referendum to leave the European Union. But, it’s not as simple as that.

To try and break down the events of the past week and figure out what implications it might have for you over the coming days, weeks and months, I’ve broken down the information into easily manageable chunks.

Start with why the referendum was being held in the first place with my video summary.

There was a whirlwind of events on Friday when the UK voted to leave the EU, including Prime Minister David Cameron’s indication of stepping down in October.

If you want to know who is taking over as Prime Minister, there isn’t a definitive answer but there are a lot of discussions happening today.

That all started with this mornings press conference with Chancellor George Osbourne who broke his silence in order to reassure financial markets.

BTW, If you’re worried about the Banks falling apart, they’ve addressed that here.

So is a second referendum on the cards? Millions have already signed a petition asking for one.

Aside from all of this, who is Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn is and why he has announced a new cabinet?

Finally, have a look at the simplest explanation of Article 50

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