After 47 years of European Union membership, Britain has finally left the 27-nation bloc on January 31 at 11:00 pm (local time). Most internet users have mixed emotions about the UK's leap into political and trade uncertainty and they expressed it through their 'Brexit Memes'.
UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson called Britain's departure as a 'moment of real national renewal and change' while thousands of supporters gathered outside the British Parliament. Most Britons were seen welcoming the moment they longed for since the 2016 referendum to leave the European Union which was joined back in 1973. However, there were many who think it was not a 'good decision'.
Good morning to you all waking up in a sovereign, independent United Kingdom, well done everyone.— Darren of Plymouth 🇬🇧 (@DarrenPlymouth) February 1, 2020
Over the next few days I shall be exorcising the word Brexit from my daily discourse & tweets.
Will be difficult, but it must be done, a new dawn is upon us.#Brexit 🇬🇧- We did it! pic.twitter.com/lm6TcMay8I