BREXITEERS have been given the green light to hold a huge party in Parliament Square to mark leaving the EU on January 31, it’s been confirmed today.
Organisers expect 10,000 to flood the streets in Westminster to celebrate Britain finally exiting the European Union in just over two weeks’ time.
Fireworks light up the London skyline and Big Ben just after midnight on January 1, 2017[/caption]
Brexit Party boss Nigel Farage said today: “Great news! It is a big moment in the history of this nation to celebrate.”
Sources said they were now looking at trying to set off fireworks to mark the momentous event.
And they are still campaigning to try and get Big Ben to bong at 11pm to see us into the new era.
The exact timings of the celebration are yet to be determined.
EU could block any trade deal this year if UK doesn't give in on fishing rights
BORIS BACKS BONGS
Brits urged to back PM's call to raise £500,000 for Big Ben Brexit bong
Labour membership soars by 60,000 as moderates try to stop new Corbynista leader
Boris Johnson to take personal charge of new taskforce to tackle crime gangs
Boris rejects Sturgeon's demand for a second referendum on Scottish independence
Boris Johnson clashes with Donald Trump over Iran and Huawei 5G plans
Labour leadership rivals turn fire on millionaire favourite Sir Keir Starmer
Universal Credit: 1m to get £120 a year increase to housing benefit payments
CARD DEBT RISK
Soaring numbers of poorer families using high-interest credit, report warns
Corbyn's Momentum army ONLY ask members whether to back Rebecca Long Bailey
(Visited 5 times, 1 visits today)