Great Britain votes to be out of EU


The United Kingdom has voted to leave the European Union, without taking into consideration the PMs recommendations to stay in. Scotland and Northern Ireland completely agreed with David Cameron and voted for staying. But their thoughts did not influence on the general results, because the whole Wales and almost the whole England (except London) chose to leave.

17,410,742 people voted to leave, compared to 16,141,241 who voted to remain, a share of 52% to 48%. On the currency markets, the Sterling has plunged against the Dollar and the Euro. The Prime Minister claimed that millions of jobs could be put at risk. Nigel Farage along with fellow UKIP MEPS will though lose their jobs as MEPs, whenever the UK formally leaves the European Union.


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