Voters give PM David Cameron “the big finger”
With concerns over unchecked immigration, its floundering economy and harsh austerity measures, the British people have given toffee nosed Prime Minister David Cameron “the big finger” and voted to leave the European Union.
Cameron gambled big and lost, with the public rejecting his fear campaign of economic Armageddon should the ‘Leave’ campaign win the vote. It’s a massive snub to his leadership, the political elite and the status quo (not the band).
His position as PM now appears untenable and there’s already speculation that he will be forced to resign.
There are suggestions that the next PM could be former London Mayor, the colourful Boris Johnson, who campaigned for the ‘Leave’ vote.
Questions also hang over what comes next for the nations that make up the United Kingdom that voted to ‘Remain.’
Voters in both Scotland and Northern Ireland voted to ‘Remain,’ unlike Wales and England.