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e UK will be leaving the European Union. Results of the country's referendum on membership declared early Friday morning. The out camp prevailing despite some polls showing a late swing away from Brexit. Reuters UK Bureau Chief Guy Faulconbridge says the result will spark turmoil in Britain and around the world.
>> We've heard nothing so far on what leave we'll do. Of course, we don't know whether Prime Minister Cameron will remain Prime Minister Cameron for much longer. We don't know who will be Prime Minister. So, the moment we have turmoil on financial markets and an uncertain political situation in the United Kingdom.
At the same time, there are questions over European unity. We simply don't know what's happening, and what will happen over coming days.>> Heavy rain on polling day may have helped swing the result. Out voters were perhaps more passionate about the vote, and thus, keener to brave the storm.