The combination of the words "Britain" and "exit" refers to the withdrawal of the United Kingdom from the European Union.
A referendum on the country's membership of the EU was held on June 23, 2016, showing 52% in favor of leaving the bloc. Here you find an automatic compilation of DW content on Brexit.
On this week's show: This month marks the 50th anniversary of The Troubles. We'll hear the story of a boy from Northern Ireland who was shot — and later befriended the soldier who pulled the trigger. And in New Delhi, people from Kashmir are growing increasingly worried about their families after India scrapped Kashmir's special status. Plus: making the outdoors accessible to minorities in the US.
Northern Ireland has been a place of relative calm since the late 1990s, when a period of conflict called The Troubles ended. But with Brexit looming over the UK, there's concern that old wounds may open between the part of Ireland that's an EU member and the other, Northern Ireland, that is not. David Hunter, a reporter with Go-Q radio in Belfast, spoke with WorldLink.
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