BREXIT TO FINALLY TRULY HAPPEN? UK to Invoke Article 50 by March 2017 & Leave Europe
Around 100 days since Brexit, and after Theresa May said she will trigger Article 50 in March, we speak to voters about whether they have any regrets Theresa May has announced her plans for Brexit, insisting that controlling immigration and withdrawing from the jurisdiction of the European court of justice would be her priorities during European Union (EU) exit. She says Article 50 will be triggered before March.
So, with our departure from the EU now in sight, how do those who made the decision to leave or remain feel now? Speaking in Birmingham, she said Tory MPs and peers trying to stop Britain from leaving the EU were “insulting the intelligence of the British people” and “subverting democracy”. Sterling has fallen to a three-year low against the euro after Theresa May outlined the timetable for starting Brexit negotiations.
It also hit its lowest level against the dollar since the beginning of July.
UK Independence Party leader Nigel Farage has told the European Parliament: “You’re not laughing now.”
He was jeered as he addressed the parliament during an emergency debate on the UK’s vote to leave the EU.
Mr Farage, who was jeered by some MEPs, said EU politicians were “in denial” about the eurozone and migration.
Scotland’s first minister said this afternoon she will establish an advisory panel with experts to advise her on legal, financial and diplomatic matters as she seeks to continue Scotland’s membership.
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Adding to the sense of instability in Westminster and Brussels, the credit rating agency Moody’s cut the UK’s rating to “negative” and warned of a “prolonged period of uncertainty”. But after an emergency meeting of ministers from the bloc’s six founder members, Germany’s foreign minister, Frank-Walter Steinmeier, said negotiations should begin “as soon as possible” and that Britain had a responsibility to work with the EU on exit terms. UK food prices set to rise after Brexit vote
Speaking outside 10 Downing Street, he said he would attempt to “steady the ship” over the coming weeks and months but that “fresh leadership” was needed.
The PM had urged the country to vote Remain but was defeated by 52% to 48% despite London, Scotland and Northern Ireland backing staying in.
UKIP leader Nigel Farage hailed it as the UK’s “independence day”.
The pound fell to its lowest level against the dollar since 1985 as the markets reacted to the results. “The British people have voted to leave the European Union and their will must be respected,” said Mr Cameron. “The will of the British people is an instruction that must be delivered.” project fear The Leave campaign argued during a bitter four-month referendum campaign that the only way Britain could “take back control” of its own affairs would be to leave the EU. “Jim Rogers” BREXIT “Stock Market” Pound GBP Forex UK Euro Europe “European Union” market trading Gold Silver Global Economy “Gold Coin” Future Humanity Vote Recession World Debt “Forex Trading” Scotland Bank Savings “Bank Account” “Savings Account” Offshore Elite News Media Entertainment Jobs British London “Elite NWO Agenda” USD “Brexit Vote” Prepare “Binary Options” Stocks obama 3rd term third term interest rate bankers rothschild rothchild george soros david icke lindsey williams alex jones infowars warning collapse end game bilderberg
The PM says he fought “head, heart and soul” but that Britain now needs a new leader to oversee negotiations to leave the EU. Cameron Resigns After UK Votes To Leave EU The British people have voted to leave the European Union after a historic referendum in which they rejected the advice of the main Westminster party leaders and instead took a plunge into the political unknown.
Governor Mark Carney says the BoE has ‘extensive contingency plans’ to handle Britain’s decision to leave the EU, as shares slide across the globe
Results from across the country suggesting the Brexit camp was on the brink of declaring a referendum victory led to sterling reversing initial gains to leave the pound down more than 10% at $1.33, compared with $1.50 just after polling stations closed. That was the lowest since 1985. The pound was down more than 7% against the euro. The FTSE’s slump was its biggest one-day fall since the collapse of Lehman Brothers in October 2008.