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Germans Are Demanding For Dexit Just A Week After UK’s Brexit Victory

The coin, which has the Brexit date engraved on one side, has been heavily criticised by those who still remained, saying they plan to boycott using the new 50p.

Germans have started demanding for their own Brexit, which they called ‘Dexit’ as the Deutschland politicians are fighting tirelessly to follow Britain in quitting the EU as a matter of urgency.

Berlin’s right-wing populist AfD party leader Björn Höcke and MEP Beatrix von Storch are in the process of selling Dexit to the rest of the party in order to use it as the main feature of their manifesto in the next general election.

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Mr Höcke said: “The majority of the Germans also want to get out of EU slavery.” He made a speech as he watched the celebrations in London at 11pm on the day Uk left the EU. Although Mr Höcke faces an uphill battle.

At the AfD European Election Party Conference in early 2019, Mr Gauland also issued a stark warning.

He said: “Whoever is playing with the idea of a Dexit has to to face the question, it is not a utopia and should we not be more realistic.”

He also blamed the concept of Dexit on the party’s dire election result that saw them plummet to 11 percent

The MEP and spokesman for the AfD Jörg Meuthen said it is possible that the party may come around to the concept.

He said: “The EU has not learned any lessons from Brexit. Continuing dictation by Brussels, curtailment of elementary national freedoms, senseless and endless cost driving.”

This comes after Tory MEP Daniel Hannan, an outspoken Brexiteer, named the three countries that he believes will soon follow Britain out of the EU.

Mr Hannan said: “The question is not if Britain will rejoin the EU. The question is who is going to be the next to leave.

“Who is going to be the first to join us and the other 170 odd countries outside the EU, trading with our neighbours but governing ourselves.

“It could happen accidentally because of some economic shock. In that case, I think Italy would be a candidate. Or it could happen Brexit-style.

“In other words a referendum. Demand for a referendum and a successful referendum. I think I would probably at the moment put my money on the Netherlands. But I have to nod in the direction of Denmark, which is also having a similar debate.”

After it was decided Big Ben will not chime on Brexit day, due to rising costs, Boris Johnson marked the occasion last Friday by a countdown clock.

The clock counted down from 10pm and was be projected on to No10 Downing Street.

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The street was also illuminated with a light display designed to symbolise the “strength and unity” of the UK’s four nations.

The Treasury released a new commemorative 50p coin into circulation, to mark Britain’s departure from the EU.

The coin, which has the Brexit date engraved on one side, has been heavily criticised by those who still remained, saying they plan to boycott using the new 50p.

Alastair Campbell, Tony Blair’s former chief political aide, said: “I for one shall be asking shopkeepers for ‘two 20p pieces and a 10’ if they offer me a 50p coin pretending that Brexit is about ‘peace, prosperity and friendship with all nations’ given it puts all three at risk.”

The race is on for the Germans.

Alice Campbell for SurgeZirc UK
Alice Campbell for SurgeZirc UK
Alice Campbell is a highly skilled and experienced royal writer, currently working with SurgeZirc UK. With a passion for journalism and a keen interest in the royal family, Alice has established herself as a prominent figure in the field.
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