June 24, 2016

UK out, PM out: Cameron stands down and calls for new leadership by October

Britain has voted to leave the European Union by a narrow margin, with a turnout of 72 per cent. Leave won the referendum with 51.9 per cent (17,410,742 votes), while Remain finished on 48.1 per cent (16,141,241 votes).

Four months of intense campaigning from Remain, including David Cameron and Jeremy Corbyn, and Leave fronted by Boris Johnson and Nigel Farage, led up to the third nationwide referendum in British history. Read more.

Independent

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- UK votes to LEAVE the EU, counting complete - BBC
Over 500,000 sign petition calling for UK to hold 2nd referendum about leaving EU - RT

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