Are you a glorious Brexpert or a pitiful Bremoaner? Take our Great Big Brexit Quiz to find out

 
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It's been a year since the UK voted to leave the EU, and many are still reeling from the shock.

But how well do you remember the campaign - and what have you learned since? Can you tell your Single Market from your EEA? Can you remember what exactly Vote Leave's battle bus promised? And what is Kettering most famous for?

Take our quiz to find out if you're a Brexpert - or just a Remainiac in denial.

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SECTION ONE: THE CAMPAIGN


1. We'll start with an easy one: how much did the Leave campaign promise the NHS on the side of its battle bus?

THE CAMPAIGN


2. While we’re on the subject of buses, which early noughties pop sensation took on Vote Leave’s bus after the referendum?

THE CAMPAIGN


3. A study published in April suggested five of the UK’s richest businessmen bankrolled much of Vote Leave’s campaign. Which of these were NOT among the five in question?

THE CAMPAIGN


4. What was the winning campaign’s slogan?

THE CAMPAIGN


5. We all know Leave won with a pretty narrow margin. But what was the actual result of the EU referendum?

SECTION TWO: THE WARNINGS


6. Days before the referendum, billionaire investor George Soros waded into the Brexit debate, warning of a fall in sterling “bigger and more disruptive than the 15 per cent devaluation that occurred in September 1992”. A year on, was he right?

THE WARNINGS


7. Credit Suisse is next up, with a warning UK GDP would fall one per cent in 2017 if Vote Leave won. But what’s the OBR’s prediction for growth this year?

THE WARNINGS


8. The League of Worried Chancellors, aka George Osborne and Alistair Darling, took the stage together to warn an emergency Budget would be in the offing if Leave won. When Philip Hammond took on the role, he did indeed tinker with Budgets - but what did he do?

THE WARNINGS


9. Barack Obama eventually waded into the debate, warning the US could punish the UK by making it wait for trade deals. But what were his actual words?

THE WARNINGS


10. Ahead of the referendum more than half of FTSE 100 bosses signed a letter insisting the UK would be better off in the EU. Who was notable by their absence?

SECTION THREE: THE JARGON


11. We’ve learned a lot of big new words this year. What is “passporting”?

THE JARGON


12. ... and what about the “Single Market”?

THE JARGON


13. Put these in order of how many countries belong to them, from highest to lowest:

THE JARGON


14. The term “Brexit” was derived from another, similar term. What was it?

THE JARGON


15. The phrase “Project Fear” was used to describe the Remain campaign’s dire warnings ahead of the vote. Who allegedly coined the phrase, though?

SECTION FOUR: THE CAST


16. What’s George Osborne’s new think tank called?

THE CAST


17. “Legs-it” was the controversial headline used by the Daily Mail when two high-ranking female politicians held talks last year. But whose calves were the focus of so much attention?

THE CAST


18. “He’s the life and soul of the party. But he’s not the man you want to drive you home at the end of the evening”: That’s Amber Rudd, talking about a noted Leave campaigner. Who is she describing?

THE CAST


19. Nigel Farage stood down as leader of Ukip after the campaign, saying "I have done my bit". But how many times has he stood to be elected as a member of parliament?

THE CAST


20. And finally: actress Lindsay Lohan showed her frustration as the results of the referendum began to roll in, by demanding to know where Kettering is. Philip Hollobone, the town's MP, took issue with that, pointing out in parliament it is the birthplace of a famous British food brand. What is it?

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