Brexit - Quotes about Great Britain leaving the EU

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Brexit - Quotes about Great Britain leaving the EU

This is not an end, but a beginning. This is the moment when the dawn breaks and the curtain goes up on a new act in our great national drama.

2020Boris Johnson (als Premierminister Großbritanniens), January 2020
 
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It's about mass immigration at a time when 21% of young people can't find work. It's about giving £50 million a day to the EU when the public finances are under great strain.

Nigel Farage
 
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I don’t think it helps the UK. Brexit is the biggest mistake of this country after the war.

John Bercow, November 2019
 
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'To be, or not to be, that is the question.' A long time ago, a British playwriter wrote those heavy words in one of his best known dramas. About 400 years later, all of Britain went through a drama of its own, as the nation asked that question again and opted 'not to be'... part of the EU.

Raimund Dietz in Skylines, Season 1 Episode 1
 
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Where there is a will, there is a deal - we have one!

Jean-Claude Juncker (as President of the European Commission), via Twitter, 17.10.2019
 
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The United Kingdom is at its best, when it's helping to lead a strong Europe.

England & Great BritainBarack Obama, April 2016
 
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Hulk always escaped, no matter how tightly bound in he seemed to be - and that is the case for this country. We will come out on October 31.

Boris Johnson (als Premierminister Großbritanniens), September 2019
 
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This government will not delay Brexit any further.

Boris Johnson, September 2019
 
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Brexit Analogy; We've all been on a night out with a mate who says, 'it's shit here - let's go somewhere else.' Then, when you leave, you realise he has no idea where to go and the place you left won't let you back in. The United Kingdom is standing in a kebab shop at 2 am, arguing about whose fault it is.

Unknown
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He needs no advice. He is the right man for the job.

2019Donald Trump, about Boris Johnson
 
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Andrew Neil: 'How would you handle paragraph 5(c)?'
Boris Johnson: 'I would confide entirely in paragraph 5(b).'
Andrew Neil: 'And how would you get round what's in 5(c)?'
Boris Johnson: 'I would confide entirely in paragraph 5(b) which is enough for our purposes.'
Andrew Neil: 'Do you know what's in 5(c)?'
Boris Johnson: 'No.'

Boris Johnson, BBC Interview, 13.07.2019
 
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We will leave the EU on 31 October, deal or no deal. The way to get a good deal is to prepare for a no deal.

2019Boris Johnson, Mai 2019
 
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The United Kingdom... a place whose very name after this week's events is beginning to sound a bit sarcastic.

England & Great BritainJohn Oliver in Last Week Tonight
 
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I've been clear that Brexit means Brexit.

Theresa May
 
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Brexit was a fantastic example of a nation shooting itself full in the face.

Hugh Grant
 
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Of course Brexit means that something is wrong in Europe. But Brexit means also that something was wrong in Britain.

Europe, England & Great BritainJean-Claude Juncker (as President of the European Commission)
 
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Why did we lose Brexit? Why, because 60 per cent of youth didn't believe they needed to go and vote.

DemocracyJose Angel Gurria
 
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Events keep happening that seem inexplicable and out of control. Donald Trump, Brexit, the War in Syria, the endless migrant crisis, random bomb attacks.

2016, Donald TrumpAdam Curtis
 
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That twerking pig may actually be the perfect embodiment of the entire Brexit situation. It's in motion already, we're all powerless to stop it and it is impossible to look away.

John Oliver in Last Week Tonight, Brexit II
 
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I deal with tough mathematical questions every day, but please don’t ask me to help with Brexit!

Stephen Hawking
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After Brexit, when rapper 50 cent performs in Great Britian he'll appear as 10,000 pounds.

Unknown
 
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David Cameron announced he is stepping down in the wake of a vote, which should make me happy, but it doesn’t. It’s like catching an ice cream cone out of the air, because a child has been hit by a car. I’ll eat it! But it’s tainted somehow.

John Oliver
 
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I don’t think we should have voted. I can barely rate a film on Netflix, don’t leave big decisions in my hands. Brexit is a terrible name for it, sounds like cereal you eat when you are constipated.

Tiff Stevenson
 
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I was angry about the whole Brexit and free movement thing but then I realised I haven’t been on a holiday since 2012 and I’m broke anyway so how much worse can it get?

Kae Kurd
 
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We have nothing to fear and that is the reason why we should only accept a clean and clear Brexit, not some fudge.

2018Nigel Farage, September 2018
 
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