Creative types around the world are finding ways to express what happened when 51.9% of British voters voted to leave the EU. Here is a selection:
Brexit expressed with food
— Keith Richburg (@keithrichburg) June 24, 2016
Cartoons from Geneva-based cartoonist Patrick Chappatte
— Chappatte Cartoons (@PatChappatte) June 21, 2016
How to convert a UK passport
Step 1 – What you’ll need: one passport, a box of plasters, and an indelible marker.
Step 2 – Take one small plaster and cover the redundant words “European Union” at the top of the passport
Step 3 – The Scottish option – Note: also works for Northern Island.
Occasionally one sentence can succinctly sum things up. One such sentence is an article title in Private Eye which sums up the Brexit vote with: ‘Once in a Lifetime Chance to Settle Nothing’ Say All Sides…