Britain votes to leave EU, Brexist, Thomas Mair accused, Killing Jo Cox, Union Jack flies, Norway, Refugee problem, Cameron’s career, Vote leave
Brendan Cox husband of Jo Cox was telling crowds how the killed Labour MP “lived for her beliefs” and would have been spending the day campaigning for Britain to remain in the European Union. Thousands of people were gathering at events in London, across the UK and around the world to pay tribute to Ms Cox’s life and legacy on what would have been her 42nd birthday.
Union Jack flies at half mast to honour Jo Cox: https://t.co/3z8VuVpBi8
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In an interview with the Spectator magazine Cameron told, “Does refugee crisis lead to UK leaving EU? The Prime Minister David Cameron few days back said that in the short term headlines about an influx of refugees, as well as the bloc’s economic problems, could cause people to “push Europe away”.
BREXIST is the biggest disruption of British politics since the Labour Party eclipsed the Liberals after the First World War. Is it means end of David Cameron’s career. He gambled and lost.
Norway: in 1994 voted to stay out of the EU yet has ended up with plenty of the problems that drive Britain up the wall now. If anything, things are worse there: it has ended up paying almost as much, per cspita, to the EU. It had to accept free movement of people as part of its deal with the EU. It’s refugee intake trebled last year; if you adjust for population and its refugee count is ten times the size of UK.