With the vote to leave occurring on June 23 2016, this meant 1,318 days passed between the vote and the actual exit. Brexiteers celebrated the day jubilantly. Though the celebrations in Parliament Square were widely reported, there were also wild celebrations elsewhere.
Guests celebrated the moment passionately at Warrington’s Woolston Social Club.
Tory MP Andrea Jenkyns posted on Twitter a video of herself rehearsing a rendition of ‘Jerusalem’ for a ‘Big Brexit Bash’ in her Morley and Outwood constituency.
Images shared with express.co.uk show celebrations from outside Britain.
One image showed a Brexit supporter wearing a union jack shirt and celebrating in The Netherlands.
There were celebrations in and outside Britain to mark Brexit (Image: GETTY)
Andrea Jenkyns hosted a Big Brexit Bash in Morley (Image: GETTY)
Another showed a large group in Alvor, Portugal wearing Boris Johnson masks.
Yet another depicted an Englishman, Scotsman, Welshman and Irishman celebrating in Thailand.
One even shared a celebration with only British drinks on offer.
This including Welsh Sherry coined Dai Pepe, English Champagne labelled Boris’ Babycham, Scottish Red Wine tagged Nicola’s Bru and the Belfast Blanc Irish White Wine.
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Woolston Social Club in Warrington hosted celebrations (Image: GETTY)
Celebrations in The Netherlands (Image: Mark Robinson)
A cocktail named The Bulldog Strikes Back was also on