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UK scientists discover that bright lights in crab pots make scallops flock through the door like it's Studio 54. Maria Valladares/NOAA/Flickr hide caption

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Thom Yorke, the singer of the British band Radiohead performs on the stage of the "Rock en Seine" music festival in 2006. STEPHANE DE SAKUTIN/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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A police forensic investigation team walks near the site where 39 bodies were discovered in the back of a truck on Wednesday in Waterglade Industrial Park in Grays, England. Police believe the truck is from Bulgaria, a member of the European Union, and that it entered the U.K. on Saturday at Holyhead. Leon Neal/Getty Images hide caption

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British Prime Minister Theresa May speaks Wednesday at the House of Commons in London during a debate before a no-confidence vote raised by opposition Labour Party leader Jeremy Corbyn. May withstood the challenge to her leadership. Mark Duffy/AP hide caption

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British Prime Minister Theresa May meets with South African President Cyril Ramaphosa in Cape Town, South Africa, during a three-nation visit to Africa. May has promised to boost Britain's investment in the continent. AP hide caption

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Next month in the U.K., anyone at a major grocery store looking to buy a soft drink with more than 150 mg of caffeine per liter will need to present an ID. Stephane Grangier/Getty Images hide caption

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An English grocery chain says it is now selling products up to a month past their "Best By" dates in an effort to reduce food waste. Anglia Picture Agency/Ashley Pickering/Anglia Picture hide caption

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British Prime Minister and leader of the Conservative Party Theresa May, accompanied by her husband Philip, speaks outside No. 10 Downing St. in central London on Friday. Justin Tallis/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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(Left) Donald Trump signs are displayed outside a residence Oct. 22, in Abbottstown, Pa. (Right) English flags and a 'Vote Leave' poster are displayed on a house in Redcar, north east England on June 27, after Britain voted to leave the European Union. Mark Makela/Getty Images and Scott Heppell/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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In The U.S. And U.K., Anti-Establishment Voters Sound Similar Themes

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Jamie Dimon, head of JPMorgan Chase, recently warned of potential job losses in the United Kingdom if the U.K. votes to leave the European Union. Saul Loeb/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Big U.S. Companies Are Weighing In On This Week's 'Brexit' Vote, Too

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John Harris, who runs the T. Cribb & Sons funeral home in the East End of London, stands in the coffin warehouse. The key to staying in business in the changing district is to diversify and specialize, he says. Leila Fadel/NPR hide caption

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Family Wakes London Neighborhood's Diversity In A Funeral Home

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British pop star Gary Glitter, real name Paul Gadd, arrives at Southwark Crown Court in London, on Thursday. A jury convicted Glitter, born Paul Gadd, of sex offences in the 1970s and '80s against girls between the ages of 8 and 13. Kirsty Wigglesworth/AP hide caption

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Former British rock star Gary Glitter, whose real name is Paul Gadd, returns home in central London on Sunday after he was arrested earlier in the day by British police as they investigate the mountain of sexual abuse allegations against the late TV star Jimmy Savile. AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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