The New Independence Day For Britain - June 23

UK Must Not Delay Leaving

EU leaders have insisted that the UK must move swiftly to negotiate leaving the organisation, saying any delay would prolong uncertainty.
European Commission head Jean-Claude Juncker stressed the "Union of the remaining 27 members will continue".
The UK voted by 52% to 48% to leave the EU, and David Cameron has announced he will step down as PM by October.
He has said it will be up to the new PM to invoke the article that will begin the UK's withdrawal.
Global stock markets fell heavily on the Brexit news and the value of the pound has also fallen dramatically.

Some EU politicians fear a domino effect from Brexit that could threaten the whole organisation. Polish President Andrzej Duda said everything possible must be done to prevent other countries leaving.
Leaders of Eurosceptic parties in France, the Netherlands and Italy quickly demanded referendums in their own countries.
Reacting to the vote, UK Independence Party leader Nigel Farage said "the EU is dying".

My view:

Sometimes it is a good thing to be wrong.  Despite my doubts, the Leave side succeeded in their campaign.
June 23 will go down in history as the day Britain extracted itself from the cancerous grip of the elitists of the European Union. 

While they have now voted to leave, they may find the process of leaving more difficult then imagined. 

Elitists are not happy that the Brits succeeded where the Greeks did not.  The Fabian Socialist utopia dreamt of by these globalists is unraveling rather rapidly.

Next we have elections in Spain this Sunday, and then more elections in France later this year.
That damn democracy is getting in the way of an autocratic united Europe!