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Brexit: Leavers Cheer, Remainers Mourn On Divorce Day

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LONDON, ENGLAND, UNITED KINGDOM (JANUARY 31, 2020) (REUTERS) BUSES DRIVING PAST UNION JACK FLAGS NEAR PARLIAMENT SQUARE VARIOUS OF UNION JACK FLAGS BIG BEN, PARLIAMENT SQUARE UNION JACK FLAG, LONDON EYE POD BIG BEN VARIOUS OF HOUSES OF PARLIAMENT UNION JACK FLAG PEOPLE WALKING ON WESTMINSTER BRIDGE HOUSES OF PARLIAMENT, RIVER THAMES VARIOUS OF BUSES IN FRONT OF CHARING CROSS STATION PEOPLE CROSSING ROAD UNDERGROUND SIGN (SOUNDBITE) (English) SECURITY MANAGEMENT, 42, JOHN FORD, SAYING: "You know, I'm happy, you know, but not in a rub it in remainers face type way. You know, I think now it's time to just carry on, just get on. Let's get everybody back together, bring the country forward. Whether you are Tory, Labour Party member, or whatever, you know we are all British at the end of the day, whether you were born here or a naturalized citizen. We just need to get back together. Get on with it. You know, what's done is done. We need a bit of unity. I think all this has done is divide the country. We just need to get back to where we are." (SOUNDBITE) (English) COORDINATOR AT UNIVERSITY PHD DEPARTMENT, 33, OLIVER BROOKS, SAYING: "Absolutely gutted, depressed. Hate it. Yeah, absolutely. It's the worst thing this country could ever do. You know, it's just awful. Just very sad, depressing day. (SOUNDBITE) (English) GREG, SAYING: "It's not a miserable day, I think democracy has to be done, and I think, you know the vote has come and the vote has to be honoured. So that is more important than the result of the referendum." (SOUNDBITE) (English) UNIVERSITY ADMINISTRATOR, 49, PAUL KEELING, SAYING: "Well I'm wearing black today, because I think it is a very bad day for the country, so I'm not celebrating at all." (SOUNDBITE) (English) FILM PRODUCER AND HEAD OF SKYLINE FILMS, STEVE CLARK-HALL, SAYING: "Nothing's going to happen today. It'll be some time before we realize actually what this all means. And sadly, the people who voted for it, the swing voters, I think, are going to be the ones who are worst affected by it. But that won't happen for another three or four years. It's a very sad day." (SOUNDBITE) (English) ENGINEER, 63 ROGER OLSEN, SAYING: (OLSEN HOLDING THE TIMES NEWSPAPER) "I think it's a very sad day, I think it is a disaster. An absolutely wrong thing. And I think time will prove that we have taken the wrong course. You know, people have different opinions and we have to respect democracy. But I think time will prove that it is completely the wrong thing to do. So I think it's a very sad day." VARIOUS OF COMMUTERS WALKING OUT OF STATION (SOUNDBITE) (English) OFFICE MANAGER FOR CHARTERED SURVEYORS, 42, AMANDA BUNCLARK, SAYING: "Indifferent. Yeah, a long time coming I think, I'm probably glad it's just all over with now. (SOUNDBITE) (English) WORKS AT BANK, 39, DERRICK CHIGAAZIRA, SAYING: "Well, relieved just because the whole thing has been going on for a long time, so it's just relief really, say, okay, if we are going out, well we might as well go out rather than this stalemate. Yeah, I didn't want to go out, but now that we are finally going out, well, that will put the whole thing to rest and we can move on." (SOUNDBITE) (English) IRISH NATIONAL, ACCOUNTANT, 42, STEVEN DOYLE, SAYING: "I'm gutted, hate it, I'm Irish, so part of Europe, you know. Yeah. Awful, awful day. Nothing to celebrate it. (SOUNDBITE) (English) SOLICITOR, 27, HAYLEY LEWIS, SAYING: "Well, it's just one of those things, isn't it? Everyone else has voted for it, you have got to do what the people want haven't you. It's dragged on a bit now. (SOUNDBITE) (English) JOHN, SAYING: "It's just his chance to start again. We did vote for it, a lot of us. You know, finally, people have listened. You know, it's not that we hate Europe, but why should we really be ruled by people who don't necessarily know what we want?" (SOUNDBITE) (English) PROJECT MANAGER CONSULTANT AT IT COMPANY, 44, LEE STOKES, SAYING: "To be honest, I think it's been going on for so long now, I just wanted to see it done with, all the palaver and the rigmarole going on in parliament was just it was getting too much, really. So I was just like it was gonna happen in the end anyway. So it's just let's get on with it, see what happens. But I don't think the outcome is going to be too great, to be honest." (SOUNDBITE) (English) HIGH COURT EMPLOYEE, SALLY LAND, SAYING: “Well because I think it's a totally wrong thing to do really. I just think it's wrong. I always have done and I didn't vote to leave." (SOUNDBITE) (English) WRITER, 52, MARK CAMPBELL, SAYING: "I mean, I voted, I voted to leave. So I don't mind, its happened, just don't see why it took so long for it to go, but it happened. So let's hope it's a success. I mean, also, 50 years is nothing." BIG BEN UNION JACK FLAGS FLYING NEAR PARLIAMENT, TRAFFIC ON STREET
Dateline: 2020

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