23:01 (11 pm) 31 January, the United Kingdom is no longer part of the European Union.
Throughout the day, the last on which the UK will be a member of the European Union, more than 7,000 people took part in an online, and completely meaningless except as a gesture, poll which asked which nation they thought would be next to leave the 27 member bloc.
As Boris Johnson prepared to address the nation at 10pm while Nigel Farage led a Brexit bash in Parlianment Square, outside the Houses of Parliament to help Britons celebrate new era in which our national traits of creativity, enterprise and determination will no longer be constrained by the activities of self – important French bureaucrats, militaristic Germans obsessed with rules and regulations and fat, drunken Belgian CHIMPS (Completely Hopeless In Most Practical Situations,) whose only talent is for being obstructive.
The result of the poll (which as I said is just for fun,) was that the Italians are most likely to next want out of the “corrupt club” of the EU, with Poland another high contender to demand an exit. Aa we have reported recently, rising political movements in Spain, Finland, Denmark and Netherlands are also gaining support for their campaigns to quite the wannabe EUSSR.
Of the 7,076 people who took part, 1,939 (28 percent) said Italy, 1,179 (17 percent) said Poland and 854 (13 percent) said the Netherlands.
The fourth-most likely country to vote Leave in an EU referendum is Hungary (691 votes) ahead of Denmark (670 votes), according to the poll.
Seven percent (538) of respondents said France would be the one to watch in the near future.
Today the EU says goodbye to Britain, tomorrow the world will say goobye to the corrupt, undemocratic, illiberal European Union.