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Interactive diagram explaining possible outcomes for the UK after Brexit
Interactive diagram explaining possible outcomes for the UK after Brexit
Click on the buttons above to explore some Brexit scenarios — relevant sections will turn purple
   

*Japan — trade talks with the EU started in 2013, but have yet to be completed

Brexit Options was coded and written by Ray Douglas, a national newspaper journalist. Feedback is welcome — but please bear in mind that this graphic is a simplified overview of a process that is frightfully complex

Email: info@brexitoptions.co.uk

Useful resources
Financial Times // Bloomberg // UK Cabinet Office policy paper

This diagram was based on an InformationisBeautiful.net chart, which was inspired by Bloomberg’s Europe’s Ties That Bind graphic

© 2017 Brexit Options

No Brexit

The UK is currently in the customs union and the European Economic Area, with unfettered access to 500 million people. The pound would likely strengthen if Brexit was called off, but the hot electoral topic over EU immigration would remain an issue for many

   

*Japan — trade talks with the EU started in 2013, but have yet to be completed

Brexit Options was coded and written by Ray Douglas, a national newspaper journalist. Feedback is welcome — but please bear in mind that this graphic is a simplified overview of a process that is frightfully complex

Email: info@brexitoptions.co.uk

Useful resources
Financial Times // Bloomberg // UK Cabinet Office policy paper

This diagram was based on an InformationisBeautiful.net chart, which was inspired by Bloomberg’s Europe’s Ties That Bind graphic

© 2017 Brexit Options