A HISTORIC DECISION: EU REFERENDUM – GREAT BRITAIN DECIDES ABOUT THE “BREXIT” [SOCIAL MEDIA SCAN – UPDATED!]

In or out? June 23 and 24, 2016, are two historic days in the history of Great Britain and Europe.

With a lot of questions still un-answered. Will Britain leave the EU? Will Schottland, that mostly like to stay in the EU, leave Great Britain? What about foreign people who live in Britain – many of them for years? Would other European countries follow an exit?

Since this article is written while votings are still underway, we present a round-up of what is going on in the world of social media – twitter, facebook and instagram

June 23, 7:36am Los Angeles time: The British Guardian reports about “bad weather and queues” on voting day.

June 23, 12:35pm Berlin time: “Tagesschau” explains if and how problematic it would be, if Great Britain leaves the EU [in German].

June 23, 3:48pm Berlin time: A tweet with a video giving a time table on how and when Great Britain votes…

June 23, 6:29am Los Angeles time: A rather humoristic tweet by Bavarian TV-station BR about future EU-exits and the related names…

June 24, 5:44 Berlin time: The first results of the referendum.

June 24, 10:04am Berlin time: Report about David Cameron resigning after Great Britain votes against Europe.

June 24, 7:26am Berlin time: Irish government speaks about #Brexit.

June 24, 10:29 Berlin time: The Guardian presents a detailed overview on how various part of Great Britain have voted: Here.

June 24, 9:31 Dublin time: Northern Ireland’s Deputy First Minister wants to have a poll for reuniting with the Republic of Ireland…

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