The dust is beginning to settle on the fact that Britain is leaving the EU, and many Remain voters aren't feeling great about it.
Many are re-evaluating their future, with some even rushing to get Irish passports to retain their EU citizenship.
Whatever decision is made by Remain voters, let's hope they don't fall for the photoshopped image of a banner saying: 'British Refugees Welcome' in Spain.
The banner appeared to be hanging from the Palacio Cibeles, just below the Spanish flag.
At least the continent hasn't lost its humor... pic.twitter.com/hS3Gikknrk
- Dan Bilefsky (@DanBilefsky) June 24, 2016
The picture, posted by New York Times reporter Dan Bilefsky, has been retweeted almost 2,500 times.
Unfortunately, the image is just an edit of a banner saying 'Refugees Welcome', which was displayed back in September 2015.
@DanBilefsky @RossFootball took this snap today in Madrid! Still amazing though from Madrid's City Hall. :fist: pic.twitter.com/pc5eDjUd7t
- Rachael O'Byrne (@rachael_obyrne) June 24, 2016
#DiaMundialdelosRefugiados ALL REFUGEES ARE WELCOME TO MADRID!! pic.twitter.com/Fh07isqLzj
- anónimo Gothamita (@yo_GFC) June 20, 2016
@DanBilefsky @AutomaticEarth But is it real, or is it Photoshop? pic.twitter.com/pYPr3ATwtL
- Wall Street Examiner (@Lee_Adler) June 24, 2016
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