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dc.contributor.authorLibor, Grzegorz-
dc.identifier.citationSprawy Narodowościowe. Seria Nowa, Vol. 50 (2018), Article No. 1687pl_PL
dc.description.abstractBrexit is one of the most important events that dominated the media discourse in 2017. The decision of the residents of the United Kingdom to leave the EU structures will certainly have not only serious economic consequences, but also political, social and cultural ones, both for the United Kingdom itself and for residents of countries that will stay in the European Union. While analysing the results of the referendum, which took place on 23rd June 2016, it can be seen that the majority of voters in England and Wales voted in favour of leaving the European Union, while those in Scotland and Northern Ireland supported the United Kingdom remaining in the EU structures. The aim of the article is to explain why the majority of voters in Wales were in favour of the United Kingdom exit from the European Union and to indicate potential benefits or losses resulting from the decision taken.pl_PL
dc.rightsUznanie autorstwa 3.0 Polska*
dc.subjectpolitical preferencespl_PL
dc.titleZrozumieć Walijczyków w ich politycznych decyzjachpl_PL
dc.relation.journalSprawy Narodowościowe. Seria Nowapl_PL
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