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After Brexit, what next?

The UK formally has two years to negotiate its way out of the bloc; talks are likely to continue long after that

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ON THE WAY OUT: Traders from global brokerage company BGC watching a news bulletin announcing Mr Cameron's resignation.

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NOW that British voters have opted to walk out on the European Union and triggered the resignation of Prime Minister David Cameron, what will follow in the aftermath of "Brexit"?

Mr Cameron will travel to Brussels next week to brief EU leaders on the UK situation. The other

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