A 12 Months After Vote, Brexit Supporters In A British Town Surprise If It’S Going To Ever Happen

In the days after the Brexit vote, there were attacks on immigrants elsewhere in the U.K.
“Enlarge this image toggle caption Lauren Frayer/NPR Lauren Frayer/NPRSome polls show if the Brexit referendum were held again now, it wouldn’t pass.
A Year After Vote, Brexit Supporters In A British Town Wonder If It’ll Ever HappenEnlarge this image toggle caption Lauren Frayer/NPR Lauren Frayer/NPRStepping off the train in Crawley, 30 miles south of London, you hear less English and more Romanian, Estonian, Portuguese and Polish.
“A year after he happily cast his vote for Britain to leave the EU, he’s frustrated that he’s still in it.
More than a dozen foreigners NPR approached in the town center were scared to speak on tape.

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