Brexitia – the new map of the British Isles

If anyone asks you how the 2016 EU referendum went, show them this:

160630 Brexitia
[Image: Found on Twitter. I’d love to know who created it.]

It’s a pretty good summary, don’t you think?

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6 Thoughts to “Brexitia – the new map of the British Isles”

  1. Brexitia rules the waves!

  2. Brian

    I like the Eton Mess bit, bet those lecturers are a little red faced.

  3. It is our government that is causing this chaos due to selfish incompetance , please stop promoting negative propaganda and fueling the unrest. Our fishermen and farmers are embracing the chance to undo the damage the eu had caused. We have enough unrest , maybe you could look for some positives and shame our self serving gutless mp’s.

  4. Missed the best bit, the Overseas Protectorate of Gibraltar, the part of the UK that voted 96%-4% to Remain! If only I had £10,000 to open a bank account and the money to buy a place out there.

  5. The writing looks similar to that of the Artist Taxi Driver imo.

  6. David Woods

    Strange people seem to have forgotten we did somewhat well for centuries ‘outside’ Europe and back in 1939 we stood alone against the same United Europe and survived!
    Are we really now that insipid we believe we need Europe to prop us up or we will fall!

    Very sad days.

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