Updated 2016-06-24 18:31. Published 2016-06-23 20:06
“This is our Independence” , said the anti-EU UKIP Party leader Nigel Farage, when the historic decision began to become clear on Friday morning.
the UK now leave the EU largely depends on him. In the EU elections two years ago became the largest British UKIP party which has pushed David Cameron to call a referendum. UKIP has both voters and politicians from the governing conservative party.
Nigel Farage invited also David Cameron to step down.
The conservative party aim is to keep the government together. More than 80 MPs who had campaigned for leave wrote on Thursday, before the result, a letter to David Cameron. They believe that he has an “obligation” to remain in place.
Less despite his it has to leave the page frontman Boris Johnson, the best odds to take over. He got off to leave the campaign when he resigned in May as Mayor of London.
Voter turnout was high 72 percent, but it favored not stay side which valexperterna had anticipated. Instead of young European friends ran disgruntled Labour voters to the polling stations.
The result is yet a disappointment to public opinion agencies, which in the past week have had to stay in a small lead. They also had errors before the election last year.
The vote also divided Britain. In England and Wales won leave the side, while Scotland and Northern Ireland voted to stay.
It can arouse independence requirements in Scotland and threaten the peace in Northern Ireland.