Maps based on people's Brexit vote reveal how the UK would look like two countries

Maps based on people's Brexit vote reveal how the UK would look like two countries

BRITAIN'S bitter Brexit divide is laid bare in two new maps showing how the country would look if sliced ​​into Remain or Leave strongholds.

In recent months the campaign for a second referendum or so-called "People's Vote" has gathered momentum.

  The map shows how the UK would look
The map shows how the UK would look

The country is still split on whether to stay or leave the EU more than two years on the vote.

Esri UK, reveal how the two Britains would look like if they were to leave home.

Essentially Leave Land is most of the English mainland with a hardcore in the Midlands and the North of England.

Large parts of Wales are also included.

  Hollowed out ... This is how Leave Land looks
Hollowed out … This is how Leave Land looks

The North East is in the new Brexit nation, including Sunderland's huge vote for Leave the moment of EU referendum result night.

But a large lake read where Newcastle.

The South West and East Anglia are mostly interact.

The map strongly reflects Brexiteer strongholds as Castle Point, Essex, where 75.6 percent voted leave which is the third-highest Brexit vote of any local authority.

But south of Leave Land has been eroded by huge new waterways.

  People hold placards and march to demand a vote against Brexit on October 20

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People hold placards and march to demand a vote against Brexit on October 20

Of course the home and counties of the country are conspicuously missing from leave land.

Ferries from the continent could dock in Brighton via the "Middlesex Sea" and sail up to the way to Swindon.

Perhaps the layout reflects the perception among many. The remainder and they live in UK capital and its surrounding areas.

The highest Eemain votes in the country are 78.6 percent in Lambeth and 78.5 percent in Hackney.

But the Remainers' new nation is anchored by Scotland. Here all 32 council areas voted to stay in the EU in the 2016 referendum.

Remain Land thus includes the greater part of Northern Ireland which has been entangled in the month of negotiations over the future with the Irish Republic.

The largest London-based island search sites include Surrey, Berkshire, Buckinghamshire and Oxfordshire, which is also Brexit.

Further north remain on the densely populated islands in the North West, including central Manchester.

People's Vote protesters march in London to second-demanding Brexit referendum

So in Remain Land is much of the county of Merseyside, Liverpool, Wirral and Sefton which has benefited from the EU investment.

But no all urban areas are pro-Remain. Birmingham and Sheffield most prominent cities voted to leave.

There is the Great Britain Ocean in the West Midlands, the Sea of ​​Humber, the Yorkshire Shallows.

The North Sea Gulfmark carved out of the huge chunks of land.

Boris Johnson greets crowd as he exits the Leave campaign bus


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