— Darren of Plymouth 🇬🇧 (@DarrenPlymouth) January 31, 2020
For those who see this as national liberation for those who see the EU was sovereignty sapping monster, this is their moment at 11 p.m. GMT on January 31st 2020 Britain is no longer part of the European Union.
People Spoke: A load of children moaning about it think that the European Union had a lot at fault and had there been a bit more accommodating to David Cameron.
Boris Johnson who staked his political career on Brexit and won the prime ministership has marked it with an address to the nation.
BORIS JOHNSON SAID:
(BRITISH PRIME MINISTER)
When looking at the potential of this country waiting to be unleashed I know that we can turn this opportunity into a stunning success and whatever the bumps in the road ahead I know that we will succeed we’ve obeyed the will of the people we’ve taken back the tools of self-government.
Never before has the EU had to do this in hopes it never will have to again experience only an expansion now the EU has taken down a member’s flag because it’s left. Europe’s leaders want to show that there’s little to be gained from this.
The biggest mistake in #Britain’s post war history. Job-destroying, rights threatening, costly, damaging #Brexit, bearing no resemblance to what they promised, tearing us apart from our neighbours #NotMyBrexit #NotInMyName pic.twitter.com/3yjSeBHWsv
— Richard Corbett (@RCorbettMEP) January 31, 2020
URSULA VON DE LEYEN SAID:
(EUROPEAN COMMISSION PRESIDENT)
We want to have the best possible relationship with the United Kingdom but it will never be as good as membership.
For Europe and for those who voted remain this is a moment of sadness and in a sign of the constitutional challenges ahead for the UK Brexit is boosting the calls in Scotland for independence it’s very very sad and I think what it really does though is it shows that there isn’t really a future but in Europe and the way that we’ve enjoyed over the last 34 years and but there’s a future for Scotland and Europe but for the crowds in Parliament Square on Friday night’s.
The crowd sang the National Anthem after Brexit pic.twitter.com/006mTKM2wv
— Naomi Canton (@naomi2009) February 1, 2020
The possible breakup of the UK is near doom-mongering considered do monger to their concerns that Britain should be too fussed about doing a deal with the European Union at all.