The Queen makes her views about Brexit clear as Britain heads to the polls

After months of campaigning and debating, British people will head to the polls today for a historic vote over whether
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After months of campaigning and debating, British people will head to the polls today for a historic vote over whether or not Britain should remain as part of the European Union or go it alone.

The vote, commonly referred to as ‘Brexit’, could have serious repercussions around the world – especially if they decide to leave.

Now, the Queen has made a rare public comment on the issue asking her dinner companions at an event as very pointed question, seeming to indicate exactly how she feels about the vote.

“Give me three good reasons why Britain should be part of Europe.”

While the Queen doesn’t officially have any political views or alliances, it is understood that behind closed doors she is fiercely protective about Britain’s interests and policies.

The vote is thought to be a close race, with some polls predicting it could come down to the wire with the votes of British people living in Australia making the final decision.

It’s not just Britain who will have to deal with the final outcome either. Australia will also be affected by the vote, with Australian High Commissioner to the UK Alexander Downer warning that our trade relationship with Britain could be at risk if they decide to leave the EU.

“The word is uncertainty,” Mr Downer told News Corp. “If Britain was to leave the EU, there would just be a question mark about, well, what’s going to happen? What happens next? What sort of arrangements?”

One of the main reasons many British people want to leave the EU is so they can have more say of border protection and immigration. As it stands, anyone who is a resident in an EU country can move freely in and out of the UK and can eventually claim welfare payments from the British system.

They are arguing it is putting too much strain on their economy and society and that there is too much risk involved thanks to the increase in terrorist attacks across Europe.

We’d love to hear your insight on this issue today.

Do you think Britain should vote ‘yes’ and remain as part of the European Union? Or should they vote ‘no’ and leave?

  1. The Watcher  

    Headline should read: “Irrelevant 90 year old woman says nothing of value” Liz Saxe Coburg Gotha spoke from her 64 bedroom council house today on a subject dear to her heart. ” All my children have grown up on welfare and only in a Tory independent England can that continue” she said while her equally decrepit husband tried to remember where the toilet was. Liz (104) continued ” I came from an Immigrant family, illiterate and couldnt speak English, look at us now, in just two hundred years some of us can be understood by the public and we have billions stored away in tax havens” Lizzie(97) broke off to admonish one of her numerous relatives for slouching around in a ridiculous uniform. ” I have to slouch” Billious complained, ” all the unearned the medals prick my nipples” . Lizzie wanted to know who had let her eldest boy child (Charliehorse) (81) out of the cupboard where he has been kept waiting for the last 30 years. ” He shouldnt vote” she confided, “he’s a bloody inbred idiot”. ” Bloody chinks, slant eyed bastards” roared Prip, (75) her consort and part time tailor’s dummy. Although there was no discernable reason for this outburst Lizzie(64) took it calmly and instructed her personal servants to “beat him up later for interrupting” . We sall leave this charming family now dear reader secure in the knowledge that onely the deserving live on welfare and that the mentally ill and challenged are well cared for. In certain postcodes anyway.

    • Derek Magill  

      The “Irrelevant 90 year old woman” says a lot more of value than you ever could. If you work a quarter as hard as she does, you would die of exhaustion . You sound a bitter old tart

    • Ivan self  

      What a load of rubbish you talk, the royal family bring more money into the UK than thousands of idiots like you that just talk dribble she is not a free loader that is for sure I don’t think you could ever keep up with her workload that’s if you work. The biggest worry I have is people like you roam free and breed,

    • Ivan self  

      What a load of rubbish you talk, the royal family bring more money into the UK than thousands of idiots like you that just talk dribble she is not a free loader that is for sure I don’t think you could ever keep up with her workload that’s if you work. The biggest worry I have is people like you roam free and breed,

  2. When was The Watcher last in England? If you had been in the last couple of years you wouldn’t talk such dribble! Walk down Oxford St and shop in Marks and Spenceer and play ” spot the Englishman”!

    • The watcher  

      Did you actually read the piece?. You seem to have a wild take on it.

  3. Enid Birtwistle  

    England is strong enough and wise enough to leave the EU. What has being in done for the benefit of English people and their commonwealth partners.
    Hold strong and loyal. England can do this.

  4. steve wilce  

    bet your balls the ones voting yes weren’t even born in the uk. most of them are probably on the welfare system they haven’t even contributed to.

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