5 consequences of the Brexit
24 June 2016 : It's done, the Brexit was passed by 51.9% of the British. Their daily lives and the one of European should soon suffer from its concrete consequences.
According to Karren Brady, Vice President of West Ham, "cut itself off from Europe would have devastating consequences for the economy and the competitiveness of British football. It would be more difficult to attract the best European players and those who already play in Great-Britain could be forced to leave due to visa and therefore the freedom of movement. "
For EU and British.