Yesterday, Theresa May outlined her 12 point strategy for leaving the European Union. Meanwhile, NatCen a leading independent social research institute published a report which looked at the Leave vote and what drove it to win the referendum on June 23rd, 2016.
Her speech yesterday certainly seems to appeal to those who voted to leave the EU, with the 12-point strategy directly appealing to what the NatCen report highlights as the key factors motivating from the Leave camp.
Both increased control of our laws, sovereignty and a secure and prosperous economy sat at the heart of both the findings of the NatCen report (Including what the report says is the main benefits of Brexit would be according to Vote Leave voters) and the speech yesterday, with foreign secretary Boris Johnson following up, claiming that countries are ‘queuing up to do deals with us.’
Birmingham Eastside has taken the NatCen report, titled ‘Understanding the Leave Vote’ and broken it down into 10 points which help explain why the United Kingdom voted to leave the European Union.
Click here to read the full story over on Medium.