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Brexit Fallout: Anxious Immigrants, Backtracking Politicians

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In the wake of the Brexit vote, concerns are building about London's status as a center of international banking. Dan Kitwood/Getty Images hide caption

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How Will Brexit Affect London's Status As A Global Financial Center?

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Donald Trump delivers a speech as he officially opens his Trump Turnberry hotel and golf resort in Scotland on Friday. Donald Trump hailed Britain's vote to leave the EU as "fantastic" shortly after arriving in Scotland. Oli Scarff/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Supporters of the 'Stronger In' Campaign watch the results of the EU referendum being announced at a results party at the Royal Festival Hall in London on Friday. AFP/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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A young man hands out "Remain" leaflets outside the polling station at Notre Dame Primary School on Thursday in Glasgow, Scotland. As a nation, Scotland voted to remain in the EU; but as a whole, the United Kingdom opted to leave. Jeff J Mitchell/Getty Images hide caption

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Britain's Prime Minister David Cameron, accompanied by his wife, Samantha, speaks to the media in front of 10 Downing St. on Friday as he announces his resignation following Britain's vote to leave the EU. Alastair Grant/AP hide caption

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Advocates for the U.K. leaving the EU wave Union flags and cheer as the results come in at the Leave.EU referendum party at Millbank Tower in central London early Friday morning. Geoff Caddick/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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People arrive to cast their votes Thursday at Hove Museum and Art gallery in Hove, which is near Brighton in southern England. Millions of voters are having their say in a bitterly fought, knife-edge referendum that could tear up the United Kingdom's EU membership. Glyn Kirk/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Aberystwyth lies in a cove along the Welsh coast and looks out toward Ireland. Aberystwyth is part of an area that YouGov, the on-line polling company, says is the most EU-friendly region in the United Kingdom. Frank Langfitt/NPR hide caption

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From London To The Welsh Coast, Sharp Disagreements On 'Brexit'

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Queen Elizabeth II and royal family members watch from a balcony at Buckingham Palace during her annual birthday parade in June. Chris Jackson/Getty Images hide caption

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A Milestone For A Beloved Monarch

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By law, all wild swans in Great Britain belong to Queen Elizabeth. Alpha/Landov hide caption

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In Britain, Who's Tormenting The Queen's Swans?

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British Foreign Secretary Philip Hammond and Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif deliver a joint news conference following their meeting in Tehran, on Sunday, as the British embassy is reopened after being shuttered for nearly four years. Abedin Taherkenareh/EPA/Landov hide caption

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Should More Women Give Birth Outside The Hospital?

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The Bank of England in London in a photograph taken in March. The central bank inadvertently revealed that it was planning for a possible withdrawal of the U.K. from the European Union. Suzanne Plunkett/Reuters/Landov hide caption

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The headless, reclining sculpture of the river god Ilissos is on display at the State Hermitage Museum as part of its 250th anniversary celebration in St. Petersburg in December. The sculpture, taken from the Parthenon in Athens 200 years ago, was on loan to Russia from the British Museum. Grigory Dukor/Reuters/Landov hide caption

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Chagossians weep at the grave of their parents on Peros Banos Island April 10, 2006. Fifteen elders are allowed to visit once a year. AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Islanders Pushed Out For U.S. Base Hope For End To 40-Year Exile

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British Prime Minister David Cameron delivers a speech on April 12, 2015 in Cheltenham, England. Britain goes to the polls in a general election on May 7. But campaign slogans and speeches — from Cameron and his rivals — won't carry many references to international affairs. WPA Pool/Getty Images hide caption

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Britain Backs Away From World Stage In Lead-Up To Elections

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