1317 days later: Cheerio EU - 10 brexit-figures

the British are finished in the EU. After 47 years leaving the Uk in the evening, the EU-cooperation and enter their own path. But what actually happens now?

1317 days later: Cheerio EU - 10 brexit-figures

the British are finished in the EU. After 47 years leaving the Uk in the evening, the EU-cooperation and enter their own path. But what actually happens now?

Ann McDonald
Ann McDonald
01 February 2020 Saturday 23:00
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1317 days later: Cheerio EU - 10 brexit-figures

the British are finished in the EU. After 47 years leaving the Uk in the evening, the EU-cooperation and enter their own path.

But what actually happens now?

virtually nothing. Agreed a transitional period until 31. december of this year.

It will say that things continue to be as they are. The british must still pay to the EU and to comply with EU rules, but are no longer sitting in the European Parliament or the commission.

It will say that everyone can travel and trade with the Uk, as they are used up to the end of this year.

The next 11 months, the british and the UNION negotiate a final agreement on the future cooperation.

Here are 10 figures which enable the british final goodbye to the other 26 EU countries in relief

The final countdown: Cheerio EU

1 1317 days

So long ago, it is by midnight of the 31. January 2020, to 52 per cent. of the british voted to leave the EU. 48 per cent. voted to be. In all voting the 33.6 per cent. the british, by the EU-referendum d. 23. June 2016

2 99 votes

So many voices, it succeeded prime minister Boris Johnson to impose its terms with the EU in december last year in the house of Commons in the british parliament.

3 230 votes

So disastrous was the then prime minister Theresa Mays first afstemningsnederlag, when she presented the agreement with the EU to parliament in Westminster. It is the biggest defeat, a british government a little at a vote in peacetime.

4 3.600.000 EU citizens

So many nationals from other EU countries lived in the Uk per. 31. december 2018. One of the causes of the great dissatisfaction among many of the britons with the EU has been in recent years a massive influx of especially eastern european nationals, who work in many service industries and as artisans in the Uk. There live ca. 28.000 danes in the country. Up to the end of 2020, there will not be changes in their relationship.

5 785.000 britons

So many british nationals living around the EU. Particularly in Spain and Greece many british pensioners. Up to the end of 2020, there will not be changes in their relationship. There live ca. 17.500 british in Denmark.

6 24.000 times 'brexit'

More than 24,000 times has the word 'brexit' appeared in the debates in the house of Commons in the british parliament. Many britons have been tired of the politicians not have talked about otherwise. And something suggests that they may have had a point. Alone in 2019 appeared the word of 9,000 times in the house of Commons. In addition, the debates in the house of lords the House of Lords.

7 3 premierminstre

So many heads of government have brexit so far made life difficult for. David Cameron printed in the 2015 referendum, but entered the day after the brexit-the result in 2016 and handed over the depechen to Theresa May.

After a series of defeats in the parliament elected ms Theresa May last year to throw in the towel. And after a formandsvalg was Boris Johnson, the new conservative president. He managed to win a parliamentary election in december in a convincing manner, and was shortly after adopted the agreement with the EU, as d. 31. January means british exit from the EU.

8 1 agreement

And must be in place within 1. January 2021 and must contain everything from the future of the trade relationship between the EU and the Uk for EU citizens to live and work in the Uk as well as british options for the same in EU-countries.

There will be busy the next 11 months.

9 17.197

So many days came the british EU-membership total to last, since they entered into - at the same time with Denmark - d. 1. January 1973. Before Denmark's entry into the EC promised the then prime minister Jens Otto Krag of Denmark was to follow the british out of the COMMUNITY, if, at a later would leave the association. It is not just in the cards.

Updated: 01.02.2020 23:00
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