The United Kingdom, on Friday finally left the European Union after 1,316 days and has become the first country to do so.
Prime Minister Boris Johnson admitted that the country was divided on the exit and said his job was to bring the UK together and take it forward.
“For many people this is an astonishing moment of hope, a moment they thought would never come. And there are many of course who feel a sense of anxiety and loss … I understand all those feelings.”
However, mixed reactions are trailing the big step, with some in support while other believe it was a wrong move for the country.
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Has the NHS been given its first weekly £350million yet?
If not, why not? It’s been ten minutes, no excuses.
We’re out, @BorisJohnson.
Give the NHS the money.#BrexitReality
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