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This red squirrel has the disfiguring sores of leprosy on its ear. Dorset Wildlife Trust hide caption

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Medieval Leprosy Lurks In British Squirrels

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Donald Trump listens to United Kingdom Independence Party leader Nigel Farage during a campaign rally on Aug. 24, in Jackson, Miss. Farage was a leader of the pro-Brexit campaign in Britain. Jonathan Bachman/Getty Images hide caption

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Winston Churchill was so displeased with Graham Sutherland's portrait that his wife asked his secretary to destroy it. Pictured here is a preparatory sketch. Reprinted from "The Face of Britain" by Simon Schama with permission from Oxford University Press/National Portrait Gallery, London hide caption

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Reprinted from "The Face of Britain" by Simon Schama with permission from Oxford University Press/National Portrait Gallery, London

'The Face Of Britain' Tells A Nation's History Through Portraits

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The Falcon is one of 120 pubs that Wandsworth has designated for protection. The pub, which has stained glass windows, dates to the 1800s. Frank Langfitt/NPR hide caption

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London Borough Raises Pints — And Legal Protections — To U.K.'s Fading Pubs

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Crawley has been around since Roman times, but it grew substantially after the Second World War to absorb people from bombed-out parts of London, some 30 miles north. Its St. John's Church was constructed in the 13th century. Lauren Frayer for NPR hide caption

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In A British Town Full Of EU Workers, Brexit Vote Brings Uncertainty

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President Obama is interviewed by Steve Inskeep at the White House on Monday. Ariel Zambelich/NPR hide caption

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Listen to NPR's Special Coverage: Steve Inskeep Interviews President Obama

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A man wears an anti-immigration T-shirt at the Armed Forces Day Parade in Romford, England on Saturday. Many of those who voted for the United Kingdom to leave the European Union cited increased immigration as a reason. AP hide caption

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Brexit Fallout: Anxious Immigrants, Backtracking Politicians

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