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Brexit, the nonbinding referendum calling for Britain’s departure from the European Union is behind us, but the uncertainty surrounding it will continue. Prime Minister David Cameron has announced his resignation, but will likely stay on until October, when a new Prime Minister will be selected by Cameron's Conservative Party. Negotiation over departure terms may begin now or not until the new PM is in place. After negotiations are complete, the agreement will need to be ratified by Parliament. That may prove to be particularly difficult given that "Leave" voters carried the day with such a slim majority (51.9% v 48.1%). Some even believe that “Remain” voters can rally enough support to force a second referendum.