It's January 1st, 2018.
The United Kingdom's 2017 referendum sees them vote to leave the EU.
As they leave, the European Union issues several warnings to the UK that what they've done is dangerous for economic stability.
The UK experiences no economic instability, while the EU experiences an economic crash.
Germany, Brussels, France and Ireland announce they're ceasing trade with the UK, in retaliation.
Pro and anti-EU riots take place across London.
The European Union, encouraged by London's pro-EU riots, openly expresses support for the UK's government to be replaced with an EU-appointed one,
says a new government would stabilise the region.
France and Germany take the step of closing UK embassies, in an effort to heap pressure on Prime Minister David Cameron.
Strasbourg's European Parliament building is ransacked by anti-EU protesters.
Germany's chancellor Angela Merkel claims 2017 referendum was "fixed", demands the UK be investigated for electoral fraud.
European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker calls anti-EU protesters "childish".
US President Ted Cruz issues support for the UK's decision, accusing the EU of "bullying".
Russian President Vladimir Putin also issues support for the UK, says "The UK should join BRICS."
It's October 27th, 2018.
Anti-EU protests increase across Europe, with hundreds of thousands calling for the EU to be dismantled.
European Council president Donald Tusk resigns. Elections for a new European Council president begin.
United Nations secretary-general Barack Obama says the UK is "deliberately destabilising the region", warns the UK that "there will be serious consequences" if a new EU referendum is not held.
UK Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn resigns from the Labour party, announces candidacy for European Council president.
European Union leaders agree that the EU's strategies need to change, jointly threaten more retaliation on the UK if it doesn't rejoin the European Union.
David Cameron issues statement saying "the British people have made their decision".
The European Union breaks all ties with the UK, and refuses visas to all British citizens.
Jeremy Corbyn is elected as European Council president.
Within days, a massive restructuring of the EU takes place, which sees the positions of the President of the European Commission,
Presidency of the Council of the European Union, and the President of the European Parliament dissolved. Many EU diplomats resign.
The EU announces its new logo for the "Reformed European Union", with 27 stars for its 27 member states, and 2 olive branches to signify peace.
It insists "the hammer and sickle is purely for decoration."
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