Boris Johnson will deliver a plea for the country to move on from Brexit as the UK finally leaves the EU tonight. In an address to be broadcast shortly before Britain’s departure at 11pm, the Prime Minister will insist that Brexit marks ‘not an end but a beginning’. And in a sign of the new Government’s changed approach, he will convene a symbolic Cabinet meeting this afternoon in Sunderland, the first city to declare for Brexit when the 2016 referendum results came out. Boris Johnson will deliver a plea for the country to move on from Brexit tonight as the UK finally leaves the EU London unfurls the flags for Brexit as the Mall in London towards Buckingham Palace is transformed into a sea of patriotic Red White & Blue Big Ben’s clockface is pictured at 11pm on Thursday – 24 hours before the UK officially withdraws from the European Union Buildings on the Grand Place pulsate with lights in the red, white and blue of the British flag during a British-themed evening titled ‘Brussels Calling’ sponsored by the city the day after the European Parliament ratified the Brexit agreement on January 30, 2020 in Brussels, Belgium Tonight he will stress… Read full this story
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