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On June 23rd 2016 the British public voted for 'Brexit'. Though the result is undisputed, it has become apparent that what people actually voted for is not. What does Brexit mean? Was the vote for a 'hard' or 'soft' Brexit? Who has or should have the power to decide? Finally, once the United Kingdom's vision of Brexit crystallizes; what is the role of the European Union and can their acceptance of Brexit be guaranteed? Steve Peers, the leading expert on the referendum and the implications of the leave vote, explores the legal and political questions in play to suggest a path that might be followed in these uncertain times.