The Brexit Game
Ever wondered how "Brexit" came to be?
This parody game roughly covers the events leading to Britain first voting to leave (23rd June 2016), actually leaving (31st January 2020) and completing departure from (31st December 2020) the European Union after 47 years of membership of the largest trading block in the world.
It is up to you whether you agree with the events hinted at or not. Bear in mind this is a humorous micky-take of events rather than a 100% accurate depiction. Or is it?
And yes, I did vote to "Remain" believing as commented by both John Bercow, former speaker of the Houses of Parliament, and 46th President of the United States, Joe Biden, that the United Kingdom leaving the European Union was "An Historic Mistake".
I will comment that I nearly fell for the "£350 million a week for the NHS" quote on the side of that bus, however, deeper scrutiny of that, realising over the longer term that jobs would be lost and the United Kingdom would be a poorer nation, both financially and culturally, "Remain" is the only vote I could cast.
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