The Brexit Chronicles is a Virtual Museum
Preserving an important part of British History

Preserving the Truth Matters

The Brexit Chronicles virtual museum is the first and only true account of the Brexit story. Unbiased, accurate and up-to-date it catalogues UK/EU events. It’s probably the most comprehensive website on UK membership of the EU anywhere.

Britain’s membership of the EU lasted over 40 years. Following Ted Heath’s signing of a Treaty of Accession in 1972, all successive Prime Ministers without exception sort to “reform” the EU without success. Both the 1975 and the 2016 referendums on continued UK membership were based on the same premise, “renegotiate the terms of membership and then hold a referendum on whether to remain on renegotiated terms or to leave”.

From the important work done by Margaret Thatcher saving the country millions of pounds by negotiating an EU rebate to Sir James Goldsmith forming the Referendum Party. The rise and fall of Prime Ministers and times when the EU ignored decisions by the people. On no less than six separate occasions between 2014 and 2019 the voting public sent Parliament clear messages that they were not happy with EU membership. It also marks six occasions when Brexit could have been stopped.

This is an exciting story which is a part of British history to be preserved and passed on to future generations.