Social Media Responds To U.K. Leaving The E.U.
WASHINGTON – Voters have voted in favor of Brexit: British exit from the European Union. That means that in the coming months, British and European leaders will begin negotiating the terms of Britain’s departure. Britain’s exit will affect the British economy, immigration policy, and lots more. It will take years for the full consequences to become clear. But here are some of the most important changes we can expect in the coming months. Here Is how many people reacted to the Brexit vote and their feelings one the move.
Loss of U.K. is huge blow to E.U. credibility, already under pressure from slow growth, unemployment, migrant crisis https://t.co/ZfeoseZfMA
— New York Times World (@nytimesworld) June 24, 2016
Devastating news for The U.K. U.K. Votes to leave the E.U. A tragic and dark day in the history of Great Britain. pic.twitter.com/yzJbs5j19C
— loveonlylove (@osadhaeiny) June 24, 2016
U.K. to E.U.: Drop dead. https://t.co/b2JNvEI1Io
— sdurhams (@sdurhams) June 24, 2016
We’ve got our country back. Thanks to all of you. #IndependenceDay
— Nigel Farage (@Nigel_Farage) June 24, 2016
Remain fought a shockingly deluded campaign. Refused to engage properly with immigration debate. Insisted it was about economy. It wasn’t. — Piers Morgan (@piersmorgan) June 24, 2016
— W. Kamau Bell (@wkamaubell) June 24, 2016
Congratulations exiters. Reverse is across and down, easy on the clutch. — Hugh Laurie (@hughlaurie) June 24, 2016
It’s not a time for triumphalism. Not a time for division. Not a time for hatred. It’s a time for change. A time for calm. A time in history
— Gary Lineker (@GaryLineker) June 24, 2016
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