epa05656181 A b/w version of epa05259839EU IN and OUT bar coasters are pinned to ale taps at a pub in Westminster, London, Britain, 15 April 2016.
The EU referendum campaign officially kicked off the same day with the ‘Britain Stronger in Europe’ and ‘Vote Leave’ to begin criss crossing the UK in order to get their message to the voters.
epa/Andy Rainepa05656155 A b/w version of epa05603306Outgoing British Prime Minister David Cameron (C, back to camera) is accompanied by his wife Samantha (R) and their children as they hug on the doorsteps upon their departure from No.
10 Downing Street for the last time, in London, Britain, 13 July 2016.
epa/Andy Rainepa05656151 A b/w version of epa05525662Pro Brexit supporters protest outside of the parliament calling for Article 50 to be invoked in London, Britain, 05 September 2016.
The Sun newspaper has published a story indicating that Britain’s Queen Elizabeth II was backing for a Brexit on its front page on 09 March.
By 8am Prime Minister David Cameron was delivering his statement of resignation in the street at Downing Street. 10 Downing Street to deliver a statement on his EU deal in London, Britain, 20 February 2016.
Jostling for positions we all awaited Johnson’s departure. Boris exited his home amidst the chaos of a media scrum and a country that had changed over night. Cameron briefed his cabinet on the EU deal and announced the date for Britain to vote in a EU referendum for 23 June 2016.
Boris Johnson and Nigel Farage in support for ‘Leave’ travelled the country, as did the Prime Minister David Cameron who led the ‘IN’ campaign. In the hours and days that followed senior politicians grappled for power. ‘Brexit means Brexit’ we were told, and we’re going to make the best of it!
US President Barack Obama intervened with a visit to Downing Street calling for a ‘Remain’ vote. A team of Brexitiers was formed to drive us forward.