People of Great Britain voted to exit the European Union on Friday morning, leading to questions for what is next for the country. Britons voted to leave the 28-nation bloc by a 52-48 margin, which led to Prime Minister David Cameron announcing that he will step down sometime before October.
FOX's Simon Owen reports from London:
No one has ever left the EU before, so the big question here is what happens next?
(Johnson) "I believe we now have a glorious opportunity."
Boris Johnson former Mayor of London and a leading Exit campaigner, offering his vision for life without the EU:
(Johnson) "We can pass our laws and set our taxes entirely according to the needs of the UK economy."
Also promising greater control over immigration. Johnson expected to be among the candidates to replace David Cameron.
The Prime Minister announcing his resignation shortly after the referendum result was announced.
In London, Simon Owen, FOX News.