The EU Referendum, and its surprise result in favour of Brexit, dominated the news in June – at least to people living in the UK. Readers elsewhere are thoroughly sick of the topic no doubt.

The creative industries in the UK were overwhelmingly in favour of remaining in the European Union, and a number of leading architects and designers signed an open letter declaring their loyalty to the EU.

The result was described as a "nightmare" with many left feeling shocked and unwelcome, as well as worried about the future of their businesses.

Dezeen got proactive and put together a Brexit Design Manifesto outlining what the government needs to do to make sure the sector continues to thrive in a post-Brexit world. The project is ongoing and it's not too late to sign the manifesto!

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