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  • Over a million people broke up with someone over Brexit
  • Over a million people broke up with someone over Brexit
    Krists Luhaers (2017) ©
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Over a million people broke up with someone over Brexit

The results of the 2016 EU referendum made it clear that the UK is a nation divided, almost straight down the middle. But it seems that a lot of people were in bed with the enemy, because research claims that disagreements over Brexit led to the end of 1.6 million people’s relationships.

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