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A referendum was held on Thursday 23 June 2016, to decide whether the UK should leave or remain in the European Union.

Leave won by 52% to 48% with more than 30 million people voting.

Withdrawal from the European Union is a legal and political process whereby a Member state of the European Union (EU) exercises its right under the Treaty on European Union (TEU) to cease to be a member of the union. Withdrawal is governed by TEU Article 50.

Article 50 allows a member state to notify the EU of its withdrawal and obliges the EU to try to negotiate a ‘withdrawal agreement’ giving the two sides two years to agree the terms of the split.

This exit process is commonly known as Brexit.

No one really knows how the Brexit process will work - Article 50 was only created in late 2009 and it has never been used.

The terms of Britain's exit will have to be agreed by 27 national parliaments, a process which could take significantly longer than two years.

EU law still stands in the UK until it ceases being a member. The UK will continue to abide by EU treaties and laws, but not take part in any decision-making.

Brexit: All you need to know about the UK leaving the EU

 A detailed guide is available from the BBC.

Brexit: Jargon-busting guide to the key terms

A glossary and explanation of commonly used EU-related terms is available at this link.