The UK voted to leave the European Union in June 2016 by a majority of 52 percent in what had already become widely known as the Brexit vote.
Since the UK voted to leave the European Union, there has been much talk of Brexit regret and whether or not voters which they could change their vote.
Michael Cole-Fontayn, the European chair of US bank BNY Mellon, has said that major banks are preparing plans for a worst-case Brexit scenario.
The only UK country to have an actual border with the European Union, Northern Ireland holds a unique place in the Brexit process.
If the UK leaves the European Single Market, it could cost the country’s economy £36bn a year.