It’s been three months since Britain voted to leave the EU, triggering a change both in political leaders and the political landscape. However, a startling report has discovered a 14% rise in hate crimes since the vote. After a Freedom of Information request, The Mirror found that the county of Suffolk has experienced the largest rise in hate crimes, increasing by 68%. Barely a month after Brexit, 6,000 hate crimes were reported in the UK. Earlier this month, a student in Essex was stabbed in the neck by a broken bottle after he was heard speaking Polish. However, on a more positive note, Scotland, which voted Remain, has seen a significant drop in hate crimes.