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We’re live-charting Britain’s vote to leave the EU

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Will both be flying after breakfast time in Britain?
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Early referendum results suggest British voters may have opted to leave the European Union, a surprise result that is already sending financial markets reeling. If confirmed, the vote for Brexit would shake the foundations of the single-market system that has dominated European politics since the aftermath of World War II, and may embolden other populist and euroskeptic parties around the continent.

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