This would be purely to indicate interest; no details had to be provided at this stage. Of the 10 nations that had expressed formal interest, many withdrew their candidacy in early Jamaica was the first to withdraw its candidacy.
Put your left arm in, your right arm out, in out, in out, shake it all about…. This was serious politics. In the lead up to the June 23rd vote, campaigning had become dirty, nasty politics….
And so it was on that Friday morning June 24th the country awaited a decision that would change the face of Britain and its people for decades to come. I woke at 4.
The United Kingdom had voted to leave the European Union, he went on. When I arrived at 5. By 7am that number had grown to some sixty or seventy people. Photographers, broadcast media and bystanders. Shock and dismay lingered in the fresh morning air.
We all thought it.
Boris exited his home amidst the chaos of a media scrum and a country that had changed over night. He swept passed us. The police line between him and us. Disbelief covered his face. For the first time Boris said nothing. Anger was all that remained. In Downing Street there was a deep sense of shock.
In the hours and days that followed senior politicians grappled for power. A team of Brexitiers was formed to drive us forward. EU politicians wasted no time with visits to Downing Street. There was no room for pleasantries or warm words.
May grimaced unable to look him the eye. In those weeks over the summer of politics had never been so exciting, so explosive. That simple choice between IN or OUT had become more complex, divisive and painful than any of us could have imagined. Cameron briefed his cabinet on the EU deal and announced the date for Britain to vote in a EU referendum for 23 June Others are not identified.
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