Last Friday saw the United Kingdom vote to leave the European Union, in one of the country’s biggest political shake ups in recent history. But what does ‘Brexit’ really mean for what is one of the UK’s most profitable industries?
Today, tens of thousands Londoners gathered together in the violent rain to protest the Eu referendum and to show their anger at the decision.
Last Night England crashed out of the Euros as a result of their 2-1 loss to Iceland- who have a population of the same size as Leicester .
Coldplay headlined Glastonbury festival last night and made a heart-warming tribute to the band Viola Beach, who’s members tragically died in a crash in Sweden. Viola Beach were making big leaps at the time on their first world tour.
After the news that a majority have voted for Britain to leave the EU, there is going to be a substantial amount of change to British life. But one part of Britain that some might forget is going to be severely damaged, The Barclays Premier League.
Over last night we eventually found out that the United Kingdom had decided to leave the European Union. This, in large, was a large shock- even Nigel Farage admitted at one point that he thought we would vote to remain in the EU.
Last week was the Red Bull Culture Clash and Channel 4 went behind the scenes to ask Grime stars such as Wiley, So Solid Crew and Big Narstie about Britain’s membership in the European Union.