london - Nigel Farage, the leader of the British anti-EU party UKIP, the day of the referendum on British membership of the European Union Thursday night declared independence. Farage walked in a speech to his supporters ahead of the victory. Which seems, counted with more than half of the votes, unexpectedly in sight.
If indeed win the proponents of Brexit we not only for ourselves, but won all of Europe, said Farage. He expressed the hope that a British exit from the EU,, this failed project 'does collapse.
Farage already asked to draw the head of Prime Minister David Cameron, brexiteers were indeed the best of it. Cameron argued fiercely campaign for EU membership.
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Many other leaders of the camp that advocated a brexit take yet, like Farage, an advance on earnings. The figurehead of the official moderate 'Leave' campaign, the conservative former mayor of London Boris Johnson, still keeps quiet. The same applies to Justice Minister Michael Gove.