The new alternative post-Brexit map of the UK

Louis Dor
Friday 24 June 2016 15:20

So, Brexit happened.

It's had some pretty big ramifications, including the ruination of the pound, the resignation of David Cameron, and some possible independence referenda in the pipeline.

Oh and Spain's been in touch about Gibraltar.

Needless to say, the United Kingdom has become a bit less United, as Scotland voted solidly for the EU, as did Northern Ireland, while England and Wales - er - did not.

Now ScotLond is the primary hope to save the economy and the breakup of the union appears to be imminent.

Basically everything's completely banjaxed.

So, we humbly suggest the new map of the DK (Disunited Kingdom), based on EU membership.

It's Revelations, people!

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