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Quiz: After this year's headlines, how much do you know about Brexit?

We might all be sick of hearing about it – but just how good are we at retaining Brexit information?

IT’S BEEN A long year of Brexit.

There have been so many hypotheticals, suggestions, workarounds and u-turns that it can be hard to remember where we stand now.

So here’s a quick quiz on some of the most tangible questions we can ask about Brexit, to see how well you know the subject that’s dominated our headlines for the past year.

What does Brexit mean...?
That Britain leaves the EU.
That Britain gets to strike new lucrative trade deals around the world.

That a border will inevitably reappear on the island of Ireland.
How much will the UK have to pay the EU as part of the Brexit divorce bill?
£350 million
£35 billion

£39 billion
£45 billion
How long is the Brexit transition phase (assuming it won’t be extended)?
Between 26 June 2016 and 28 March 2019.
Between 29 March 2017 and 28 March 2019.

Between 29 March 2019 and 31 December 2020.
Between 29 March 2019 and 31 December 2022.
Who here is not a Brexit correspondent?
Lisa O'Carroll, the Guardian
Colm Kelpie, the

James Rothwell, The Telegraph
Tony Connelly, RTÉ
What item was the UK’s Brexit committee told that smugglers had expressed an interest in smuggling across the border in Ireland?

Washing powder
What has been described as the UK’s “strongest hand” in Brexit negotiations?

Northern Ireland
How often do roads, paths and dirt tracks intersect the Northern Irish border?

How many MPs to the DUP and Sinn Féin have?
DUP have 25 and Sinn Féin have 10
DUP have 10 and Sinn Féin have 7

DUP have 7 and Sinn Féin have 3
DUP have 3 and Sinn Féin have 0
On the current Brexit deal, what was the compromise to break the deadlock?
The UK would comply with EU rules on trade.
A UK-wide customs arrangement.

Northern Ireland is staying in the Customs Union.
A free trade deal between the EU and UK.
Who’s Ireland’s European Affairs Minister?
Simon Coveney
Helen McEntee

Neale Richmond
Heather Humphreys
Answer all the questions to see your result!
You scored out of !
You're Donald Trump
You're not really sure what's going on - maybe keep any hot takes to yourself.
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You scored out of !
You're Theresa May
You've tried your best, god love ya, but you're still not quite there yet.
Share your result:
You scored out of !
You're Tony Connelly
You seem to be the only one who knows what's going on.
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