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Bremorsing and Bregretting BrexitBY BENJAMIN ONG | MONDAY, 27 JUN 2016 11:08AM
Events are still fluid, speculations still abound, but one thing is certain Brexiteers got what they wished for but recent reports suggest that the 51.9% who voted to say adieu to the EU now regret their choice. Worse, some of 'em didn't even know what the EU is.Read more: EU, Brexit, US, Bregret, Bregretting Brexit, Bremorsing, Boris Johnson, UK Independence Party, Nigel Farage, UK Parliament, BBC, Bremorse, Brits, David Cameron, Google Trends, London, New Yorker, Telegraph
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