The UK vote to leave the European Union in the 23 June 2016 referendum was one of the most consequentially significant political events of recent decades. How has the mood in the country changed since then?
British lawmakers rejected a proposal that would have given them the power to reject Theresa May's final Brexit deal. The prime minister dodged defeat by pledging to strengthen parliament's powers in other ways.
Prime Minister Theresa May won the backing she needs for her Brexit plan, but the vote left her politically weakened. Opposition leader Jeremy Corbyn faced a similar revolt in his own party during the negotiations.
Theresa’s magic money tree, broken promises and the boomerang, preaching Brexit and sucking at the teat in Europe: Two years after the referendum, smoke and mirrors still obscure the Brexit view.
The economic measures prevent EU citizens and companies from investing in Crimea and Sevastopol. Russia's annexation of the peninsula in 2014 prompted the sanctions.
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