Voice your opinion: Brexit protestors continue fight over EU

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A small group of protesters shout at passersby and members of the British Parliament who exit The Palace of Westminster after a session on June 11.

The Prime Minister of Britain, Theresa May made a deal with the European Union on Nov. 25, 2018. This deal included the fine that Britain had to pay the EU, 39 billion pounds, and what was to come of EU citizens living in Britain, and vice versa. In the house of commons, 202 voted for her deal and 432 voted against it.

After delaying Brexit another time, Theresa May had ultimately not fulfilled her main objective, which was to enact Brexit. On May 24, 2019, Theresa May resigned from office.

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A pro-Brexit protester shouts back at anti-Brexit protesters. On June 23, 2016, 51.9% of people voted for Britain to leave the EU and 51.9% voted to stay.

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A man with a European Flag and a sign stands and shouts at people walking down the street next to the The Palace of Westminster. He was one seven protesters waiting for the Parliament members to exit The Palace of Westminster.

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Two people with signs against with messages against Brexit, shout at a member of parliament walking out the The Palace of Westminster. Theresa May, the Prime Minister of Britain, lost in the House of Commons on January 15, 2019, over her deal to leave the European Union.

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A couple outside of the Palace of Westminster protest the British leaving of the European Union. These protesters were much more calm, talking to people and having nice conversations, rather than yelling.

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A protester stands outside of Westminster with items sporting the European Flag on them. Many protesters had flags, signs, and balloons, most with the European Union flag on them.

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A man protesting against Jacob Rees-Mogg, a Chairman of the European Research Group, tauntingly says “Jacobs’s a liar.” The politician had a news interview while protesters shouted things behind them while they were live.