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A Very Sad Day for UK & Europe, AS Article 50. Is Triggered. I will always class myself as a European!

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4LadyLilian Featured By Owner Mar 29, 2017
I am very sorry that so founded
I couldn't believe when they announced to England quit the EU
Big loss the all Eu and England people the economy
perhaps a re-vote be it would be  successful
It can only be initiated
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SlichoArt Featured By Owner Edited Mar 29, 2017  Professional Digital Artist
I will always consider Britain as EU member too, brexit or no ;)
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supersnappz16 Featured By Owner Mar 29, 2017  Hobbyist Photographer
We shall stand together no matter what our darn politicians. 
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jennystokes Featured By Owner Mar 29, 2017  Professional General Artist
Totally f.....g stupid! Old people who don't care about the young!
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supersnappz16 Featured By Owner Mar 29, 2017  Hobbyist Photographer
Yep
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poserfan Featured By Owner Mar 29, 2017  Professional
Especially for the UK, they may regret that decision in future years (after 2019 when UK is automatically out) considering that there's a big chance that Scotland will try to get independence. Not to forget the EU final invoice to UK which is in the range of 40 - 60 Euro billions.

Hell, most people would have voted differently if they actually did  inform themselves before voting instead of believing in Farage, Johnson and Co. The Google Search Trends after the vote were quite interesting.

UK still belongs to the European continent, so you will be a European even after Brexit.
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supersnappz16 Featured By Owner Mar 29, 2017  Hobbyist Photographer
The actual Referendum was a joke, no real facts and any facts were blown up.  I feel cheated, that there was such a weak campaign on such a massive issue.
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poserfan Featured By Owner Mar 29, 2017  Professional
It's a bit more complicated. Ok, I usually don't follow Uk News much, so I have no idea how many facts you were indeed given by the news media; other than the bullshit Johnson and Co told the people. On the other hand, reasonable people should inform themselves. It's not like the internet doesn't exist, but one should preferably use it before any vote.

Some of the facts you were given were totally blown out of proportion; others were just simply wrong, the infamous "fake news". That fact made the news in several EU countries.

Reg. the actual referendum: I don't think that such a complicated issue could be brought down to a simple yes/no answer. In my opinion it was wrong to ask the people;  the politicians were afraid to decide this by themselves or just wanted to cover their backs. But it happend. What really is at fault; such a big decision shouldn't end with such a tight result. Would have been better that a certain amount needed to be reached like 65% for example in order to count.

I highly doubt that in 24 months a new trade/customs/whatever agreement will be ready to be signed.  News said there are close to 23000 decisions needing to be negotiated again between EU and UK. Otherwise  the UK is out w/o a new agreement. They can then just use the WTO agreement (but they need to negotiate that as well).
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