As the sun rises across the pond, Britons have voted to leave the European Union. And it wasn’t a matter of the few speaking out – turnout at the referendum was 72.2%. The outcome leaves the country with an uncertain future that could have worldwide implications.
If Britain ends up leaving the EU, it would strip the 28-nation bloc of its second-biggest economy and one of its top military powers.
And while we wait for British Prime Minister David Cameron to respond, many others are celebrating already. “We have our country back,” tweeted U.K. Independence Party leader Nigel Farage. “Today is a victory for decent, ordinary people who have taken on the establishment and won.” He later added, “This was a victory for ordinary people, against the big banks, big business and big politics.” Click HERE