The British people voted to leave the European Union - but the topic of Brexit is more controversial than ever.
On 23rd June 2016, Vote Leave won the European Union referendum by a ratio of 52% to 48%.
David Cameron quit in the aftermath of the vote, with "reluctant Remainer" Theresa May becoming the new Prime Minister and appointed leading Brexiteers Boris Johnson and David Davis to key roles in her government.
The Prime Minister chose in invoke Article 50 on 29th March 2017, meaning that Britain would leave the EU two years after that - 29th March 2019. However, The government have agreed a 21-month transition period to smooth our exit.
LBC presenters are split on Brexit. Nigel Farage, the man nicknamed Mr Brexit by Donald Trump, is still one of the biggest critics of the European Union, while James O'Brien has achieved notoriety for his monologues against Brexit.