On June 23rd, 2016, the United Kingdom voted to leave the European Union. It is, without doubt, one of the most contentious and significant events in political history; within one week, the value of currencies across the globe had changed massively, the Prime Minister of the United Kingdom had resigned, and the state of politics in both Britain and the world had shifted. We are now 5 months into the two-year period Britain has to begin its negotiations to leave the European Union, and one thing is certain – here are no guarantees for if and how Britain will leave the EU. Even after the referendum, the debate on whether Britain should leave the EU still rages, while the Government attempts to keep its negotiating strategies away from public knowledge. In the face of such uncertainty and vocal opposition, many people are asking the same question; will Brexit actually happen?