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In June 2016 a of British people voted in favour of the European Union.
A new word was created – Brexit – by mixing the words Britain and Exit.
The European Union - called the EU - is an economic and political involving 28 European countries.
It has its own , the euro, and its own parliament.
It began after World War Two to economic co-operation and promote between the member countries.
However, the European Parliament decides on many and standards, and critics in Britain felt that they were control of their own affairs and laws.
The British and the EU are now trying to agree on what kind of they will have after Britain leaves.
While these are going on, the UK will by the EU laws until Britain is officially no longer a member.