This book addresses the major concerns and uncertainties associated with the Brexit. Outstanding scholars of British constitutional law and EU law discuss such factors as the impact of EU membership on the UK constitution and the perspectives of the UK#s constituent regions, along with numerous practical issues of economics and administration.The United Kingdom has been a member of the European Union for forty three years. EU membership has brought numerous indisputable benefits, anti-EU sentiment, simmering for decades. But the outcome of the referendum leads to exit from the Union - an enormously topical issue dubbed #BREXIT#.Britain Alone! The Implications and Consequences of United Kingdom Exit EU covers specific topics:the EU and the sovereignty debatethe impact of Brexit in the devolved United Kingdomoptions available to the UKresidence rights post-Brexitdebates over the structure of the referendumexisting and potential role of jurisprudence (domestic and EU)environmental lawnegotiating treatiesjudicial protectionOpt-outsEU criminal lawlabour rightsequal protectionhuman rights under the Charter of Fundamental Rightsfinancial and economic governanceThis book was published before the referendum, in January this year. With Brexit becoming the largest single issue to affect the United Kingdom#s place in the world, this book remains of great value as social, political, and economic events unfold in the post-referendum United Kingdom.