Cameron: ‘ even after brexit we continue to participate in Eurovision ‘
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According to the British Prime Minister David Cameron, there is no doubt and the United Kingdom also continues after a possible withdrawal from the European Union a full participating country to the Eurovision song contest.
One of the arguments of the pro-European camp was that the United Kingdom would no longer be after a brexit can take part in the Eurovision song contest. That sweeps David Cameron immediately table in the House of Commons, the main room of the British Parliament. ‘ It would be a pity that we would no longer take part in the Eurovision song contest, but even Israel and Azerbaijan – which is not in Europe-will have the chance to get involved, even Australia. I think we are safe ‘, it sounded so pretty.
Since the United Kingdom is a member of the EBU have fans so nothing to worry about and the country will also next year, even after a possible withdrawal from the European Union.
On the subject a lot of social media provokes reactions from
Decided to let this year's Eurovision song contest be a factor in my decision on Brexit
— Alice (@AliceMaryJ) April 21, 2016
— Hannah Boleyn (@TheHannahBoleyn) April 20, 2016
The most important question in all this Brexit mess is, if Brexit happens, will we still be in Eurovision?
— Dr Alan Bernthal-Hooker (@awhooker) April 17, 2016
— Luke Addison (@LukeAddison) April 14, 2016