Blog: Was the UK right to vote for Brexit? – Manchester Evening News

It’s been just over six and a half years since the UK voted to leave the EU, with the nation voting marginally for Brexit after 52 percent swung in favour.

It has proved a controversial decision since, with some of the promises made by the Leave campaign questioned since the process of leaving the EU began.

Key factors in the decision to leave such as the promise of £350 million to the NHS have been questioned, with the ongoing cost of living crisis causing more frustration for UK residents.

With the debate over Brexit seemingly never-ending, we want to know your thoughts on the issue. To share your thoughts, fill in our poll above or via this link if it isn’t displaying.

You can also let us know what you think in our comments section.

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