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Saturday, 25 June 2016

Pope Francis etc Decision Britain Leaving European Union

There are numerous articles published in the Daily Mail today in reference or association with the decision of the British voters, who asked to leave the European Union.

Pope Francis has said the British decision to leave the European Union reflects the will of its people and that Britain and the rest of the continent must now work to live together

The Pope in his official title of Bishop of Rome and leader of the worldwide Catholic community has spoken his seat as an elected sovereign of the Vatican City - it is written.

'Pope Francis has said the British decision to leave the European Union reflects the will of its people and that Britain and the rest of the continent must now work to live together.

Francis told reporters en route to Armenia on Friday that the decision places 'a great responsibility on all of us to guarantee the well-being of the people of the United Kingdom.'

Pope Francis has said the British decision to leave the European Union reflects the will of its people and that Britain and the rest of the continent must now work to live together;


He said it also will require all to 'take responsibility for the well-being and coexistence of the entire European continent.'

The Vatican has supported the European project from its inception, seeing unification as a way to improve social and economic standards and solidarity. 

While officially taking a neutral position as Britain debated whether to leave, Francis' demands that Europe welcome in more migrants put him squarely at odds with the Brexit camp'.

The full article indicates the beginning of what might be a chain reaction.

'Meanwhile the result also triggered Dutch far-right MP Geert Wilders to call for a referendum on EU membership in the Netherlands.

Wilders, who is leading opinion polls, said if he is elected prime minister in March he will force a vote.

He said in a statement: 'We want to be in charge of our own country, our own money, our own borders and our own immigration policy.

'As quickly as possible the Dutch need to get the opportunity to have their say about Dutch membership of the European Union.
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If I become prime minister, there will be a referendum in the Netherlands on leaving the European Union as well. Let the Dutch people decide.' 

German tabloid Bild, who yesterday offered 11 hilarious reasons for Britain to remain, posted on their website a picture of dejected Remain supporters with the headline: 'Britain Out.'

'The British referendum must lead to a reform of the European Union!'

It went on to list eight things it must do to become 'adorable' again, including cutting back on bureaucracy, EU Commission costs and putting an end to the 'circus' of having the EU parliament sit in Strasbourg as well as Brussels. '

Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-3659609/It-s-not-going-amicable-divorce-wasn-t-exactly-tight-love-affair-EU-leaders-hold-emergency-talks-desperate-bid-save-European-project-continental-breakfast.html#ixzz4Cbe5domN 


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