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Verbatim: Quotable Quotes

The British people have voted to leave the European Union and their will must be respected. The will of the British people is an instruction that must be delivered — David Cameron

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Britain's Pro-Brexit Voice Nigel Farage Quits As Far-right Party Head

Nigel Farage, who campaigned for Britain to leave the European Union, on Monday quit as the leader of the anti-immigrant UKIP party, saying he wanted his 'life back' as he has fulfilled his political ambition of 'Brexit'

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Political And Economic Implications Of Brexit

The days ahead for the UK as well as for EU are uncertain and risk prone and require astute political leadership to resolve the crisis that the nation presently faces

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British PM Cameron Says Hard Times Ahead But Will Not Abandon Fiscal Rules

Prime Minister David Cameron warned on Wednesday that Britain faces troubled economic times after it voted last week to leave the European Union, but said the government would not abandon its rules on limiting public spending

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Britain Wins Brexit Breathing Space At Gloomy EU Summit

After hours of talks in Brussels, EU President Donald Tusk said that he understood that time was needed 'for the dust to settle' in Britain before the next steps can be taken

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What Happens Next With The Brexit Vote?

With Britain choosing to leave the EU in a historic referendum, it faces the prospect of a Conservative Party leadership contest and a long and hard road of negotiations between the UK and its leading trade partner

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Britain Votes To Leave EU, Cameron Quits

The pound falls more than 10 per cent against the dollar to levels last seen in 1985, its biggest one-day fall in history, on fears the decision could hit investment in the world's fifth-largest economy

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Britain Votes To Leave EU In Historic Divorce

Britain has voted to leave the European Union, an outcome that would set the country on an uncertain path and deal the largest setback to European efforts to forge greater unity since World War Two

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'Leave' Scents Victory As European Union Vote Divides Britain

Britain's bitterly contested referendum on whether to quit the European Union was too close to call on Friday as partial results showed a deeply divided nation, while the pound was hammered on growing market fears of a 'Brexit'

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EU Referendum | Early Results Favour Brexit

Early results from Britain's bitterly contested referendum showed a lead on Friday for supporters of leaving the European Union, contradicting opinion polls and prompting wild swings in the value of the pound

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World Watches As Britons Vote On EU Membership After Tight Campaign

A British exit, or Brexit, would deprive the 28-member EU of its second-biggest economy and one of its two main military powers, sending political shockwaves across the continent

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Britain Votes On European Union Membership After Tight And Bitter Campaign

Britons are voting to decide the future of their country and Europe in a referendum on European Union membership that has divided the nation and is being nervously watched by financial markets and politicians across the world

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David Cameron Appeals For UK To Remain In EU In Tight 'Brexit' Race

Prime Minister David Cameron has made a last-minute plea to British voters not to give up the "best of both worlds" by voting to remain in the 28-nation EU, a day before a crucial 'Brexit' referendum with polls showing a razor-tight race whose outcome could shape Europe's future

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UK Backs India's Nuclear Suppliers Group Bid; Offers 'Firm Support'

British Premier David Cameron has assured Prime Minister Narendra Modi of the UK's 'firm support' for India's NSG membership bid, a boost to the country ahead of the nuclear trading club's crucial meeting next week

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Encouraging Bids For Tata Steel But No Guarantees, Says David Cameron

British Prime Minister David Cameron has said there have been an 'encouraging number of serious bids' for Indian steel giant Tata Steel's loss-making UK assets but warned there were 'no guarantees' for a successful conclusion to save thousands of jobs

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