Irish in Britain: How do you feel about ‘Brexit day’?
Share your views: More than three years after referendum, the UK leaves the EU on Friday
Britain will leave the European Union on Friday, January 31st. Photograph: Andy Rain/EPA
Brexit day is almost here. Britain will leave from the European Union at 11pm on Friday, January 31st. British prime minister Boris Johnson has called the day a “pivotal moment in our national story”. A clock counting down the last hour will be projected on to No 10 Downing Street, and Nigel Farage will host a celebration in Parliament Square where flagpoles will fly union jacks.
We would like to hear how Irish in Britain feel about the day? Will you attend an event to mark the day? Are there events happening in your area? Have your feelings changed about Brexit over the last three years? What do you think Brexit might mean for you? Are you worried about the changes that may come or do you welcome the future changes? How do you feel about your future in Britain?
Irish in Britain: How do you feel about Brexit day?
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