Britain votes to leave the EU
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Britain has voted to leave the EU.
All the results have now been declared and the final count is in, showing Britain has voted to leave the EU
- Leave 51.9 per cent,17,410,742 votes
- Remain 48.1 per cent, 16,141,241 votes
Prime Minister David Cameron - who backed the remain campaign - is expected to make a statement outside Downing Street at 8am.
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The value of the pound fell to its lowest level in 31 years.
UKIP party leader Nigel Farage, who ardently supported the Leave campaign, has told supporters that June 23 should become “our independence day”
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