Something that I find quite interesting is that the majority of people might not even want to leave. Only 72% of the populations voted, of which 52% wanted a brexit. It is not a wild guess to assume that the other 28% of people didn’t want a brexit, at least a big part of them. (People tend to not show up for referendums when they don’t want the issue to happen because they think it won’t happen anyways).
Pros: No more paying "membership fee" (budget) of being in the EU, no more losing money over trade within EU countries? (not sure about this), bringing back some independence and strengthening the British culture.Cons (not sure): Decreased trade, decreased internationalism, slightly increased isolation - although I don't think that much, at least not like N. Korea-level isolation.
As to your update, it's a bit late for the pros and cons, it's already been voted for
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The people want to stay. The vote that decided the decision had a severely low attendance rate, no one was taking it seriously. This is why the politicians fear another vote most of all right now.
@TallAnon the people wanted to leave so fucking bad they created a new party (created 4 months ago) The Brexit Party to leave the EU... LMAO
Which is a tiny portion of the population.. LMAO