After 43 years of membership in the European Union, the people of the United Kingdom have voted to leave the EU, following a 72% turnout with a 52% victory for Vote Leave. With claims from Lord Mervyn King, former Governor of the Bank of England, that every household would be £4,300 worse off if the UK left the EU, and the drastic fall of the Sterling which attained a thirty-one-year low; UK citizens have been in turmoil. The most prevalent question to be circling headlines at the moment is, not only for Remain but indeed many Vote Leave supporters: could Brexit be stopped? Boris Johnson, the Leave campaign figurehead, told his Leave followers that the 52:48 referendum victory was ‘not entirely overwhelming’. This could be interpreted as an indication that the British people (or at least it’s political elite) are very much undecided. However, in the end, despite not being legally binding, the result of the EU referendum is a product of democracy - one that will not be easy to overturn.