Britain’s vote to leave the European Union sent shock waves rippling across the globe Friday, setting off tumult in financial markets, forcing the country’s prime minister to resign and shattering the stability of an alliance that created the continent’s shared economy and ended the ruinous wars that plagued the early 20th century.
Britons woke up Friday to a new reality fraught with uncertainty: Who will run the government? What kind of relationship will Britain have with the rest of Europe? What will happen to jobs, trade and prices? Will the economy collapse?
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