Yes, Brexit wins.
Not long after the vote tally was completed, Prime Minister David Cameron, who led the campaign to remain in the bloc, appeared in front of 10 Downing Street on Friday morning to announce that he planned to step down by October, saying the country deserved a leader committed to carrying out the will of the people.
A victory for independence,
The vote for Brexit (52 percent of Britons cast ballots to leave the EU) is a vote for sovereignty and self-determination. Britain will no longer be subject to European legislation, with Britain’s Parliament retaking control. British judges will no longer be overruled by the European Court of Justice, and British businesses will be liberated from mountains of EU regulations, which have undermined economic liberty.
Roger Kimball writes from London.
Memeorandum has a huge thread.
I’m going to celebrate by watching the third season of Peaky Blinders. Note: if you start watching PB, you may not be able to tear yourself off. (I watched the first season with subtitles, until I got used to the accents.)
For now, here’s fireworks,