Life in the Brexit row

Britain's Prime Minister Boris Johnson suspended Parliament this week with the Brexit deadline looming.

    Three years after the United Kingdom voted to break off from the European Union, the country is still trying to understand what Brexit means and how it will happen.

    In this episode of The Take, Al Jazeera's London correspondent Laurence Lee and presenter Maryam Nemazee explain how the former empire came to vote for their own drawn-out divorce.

    For more:

    Johnson's plan to suspend UK Parliament sparks anger

    What is prorogation of parliament? All you need to know

    Who are Britain's Conservatives?

    The team:

    This episode was produced by Amy Walters with Dina Kesbeh, Alexandra Locke, Morgan Waters, Ney Alvarez, Priyanka Tilve, and Malika Bilal. Seth Samuel was the sound designer. Natalia Aldana is the social media producer. And Graelyn Brashear is Al Jazeera's Head of Audio.

    Special thanks to Maryam Nemazee and Laurence Lee.


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    SOURCE: Al Jazeera News


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