The harsh reality of Brexit sets in

THE MORNING AFTER BRITONS VOTED TO leave the E.U., there was considerable apprehension across the U.K. Even some who had voted for Brexit did so with confidence that choosing Leave was merely a protest vote and that Remain would carry the day. Obviously they were

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