Article 50 governs the treaty on European Union and since 2007, it is the one to identify and process the withdrawal from EU. This article still gives an opportunity of invocation whereby any member can intimate the European Council. A country gets a maximum of two years since this notice is issued. The 2016 referendum case operated almost similar to 1975 referendum where government intervention was not the key to schedule the procedure as given by Article 50 (Hobolt, 2016). It was Prime Minister Theresa May who decided to follow invocation procedure and she also ensured that a bill will be passed to remove European Communities Act 1972 and all the existing laws of EU will be incorporated under UK domestic law.The consequences of this withdrawal by UK are enormous because it totally ruined the relationship with other EU members. Further, the free trading concept was affected and it became even difficult for the immigration to happen. It shook the economical position of UK because immigrants were no more encouraged and there was no freedom of movement allowed to them. While majority of people in London and Greater London voted for UK to be associated with EU, they also felt themselves at stake because of this decision by Prime Minister (Hobolt, 2016). It has not only affected the trade relations but also closed the opportunities of people who depended on the government for their financial growth.