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Big question: What does the “Leave” result mean for Britain?

A panel of contributors—including Justine Greening and Kate Hoey—share their opinions

By Prospect Team  

Gisela Stuart, Boris Johnson and Michael Gove hold a press conference at Brexit HQ in Westminster, London ©Stefan Rousseau/PA Wire/Press Association Images

Yesterday, Britain voted to leave the European Union by 52 per cent to 48. The result—which was a huge shock to campaigners and pollsters—became clear in the early hours of this morning.…

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