'Harry Potter' author Jk Rowling has been very vocal about the EU referendum debate, which is finally over after the Brexit campaign won with 51.3% of the vote, and now she's expressed her heartache over what she believes is a very poor decision indeed, having been strongly backing the Remain camp.

JK RowlingJK Rowling wants to magic the bad news of the EU referendum vote

Rowling was among those who voted for the UK to remain a part of the EU in a referendum that has seen the highest turnout at a UK vote since 1992 and the resignation of the British Prime Minister David Cameron. Her response as the results rolled in was expected. 'I don't think I've ever wanted magic more', she told her Twitter followers.

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The writer, who lives in Scotland with her husband and three children, went on to claim that Scotland will attempt to separate themselves from the UK once again as the majority of voters there went with Remain, and attempt to become a part of the EU as a separate country. Back in 2014, there was a referendum for Scotland's independence which saw 55.3% of voters choosing for them to remain part of the UK.

'Scotland will seek independence now. Cameron's legacy will be breaking up two unions. Neither needed to happen', Rowling commented. She went on to re-Tweet numerous journalists and editors who raised other issues about the referendum turn-out, including drawing attention to a distasteful comment made by Brexit-backer and leader of the UK Independence Party (UKIP) Nigel Farage, who claimed 'We've done it without a single bullet being fired', conveniently ignoring the fact that a Labour Party MP named Jo Cox was brutally murdered in the street last week by a man who is believed to have shouted 'Britain first'.

'This is what happens when you try and fix a faulty watch with a hammer', was another comment made by Rowling.