The United Kingdom’s Conservative government will throw a Brexit Night Party to mark the day when the country officially leaves the European Union.
A big countdown clock will be projected on the outer walls of the UK government’s offices along with a light show. British flags will be flown around the nearby Parliament Square “in response to public calls” said the UK government on Friday.
The people of Lytham St Anne’s are also preparing for Brexit Celebration Parties in their homes. A Trent Street, Lytham resident told Lytham St Anne’s News “I have purchased lots of loud fireworks to set off and invited several friends over. We have got a Magnum of Prosecco from Booths before Christmas and it’s been in the fridge ever since. I cannot wait to leave the EU Prison on the 31st January and I will make sure it’s the best party we have ever had. However I’m concerned that my neighbours won’t be happy, as they are both Scottish on either side so I won’t tell my neighbours about the party until it happens”. “The majority of Scottish people wanted to remain in the EU”.
Meanwhile over in St Anne’s, a St Anne’s Road East resident was more ruthless and vocal, he told us today “My front garden is massive so tomorrow I will start decorating it with Union Jack flags and I’ve got a large poster of Nigel Farage. I will be celebrating by setting the fireworks off in the front garden. If anyone doesn’t like it it’s tough s**t”.
Are any of our readers having a Brexit Celebration party? If so, please send us photographs on the 1st February 2020.