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EU Referendum: Somerset displays at the vote to depart the EU

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The UK will leave the EU

As the country comes to terms with the Leave vote, we asked you what you thought of the result.

Brandon Hicks, Taunton

“I voted Remain. As I work in the NHS I think it is a terrible thing to happen. The Conservative government is always trying to get rid of the NHS and this will only help them.”

Raj Katechia, London, works in Taunton

“I am not happy with the result. It is all in turmoil. Everything is all upside down and it is going to make things difficult for people working and going abroad.”

Barry McDonald, Taunton

“I am over the moon. There are things like elections where there are winners and losers. My children need to see what it is like. They have not known any different. The EU was ok when it was just trade up until 2000 with the political link up. That is where it started going wrong. This has been coming for a long time.”

Jo Walker, Taunton

“I think it is scary now that the Leave people have said we don’t know what to do next. We don’t know what is going to happen.”

Amber McCrann, Wellington

“I wanted to stay in just because if you look at all the most educated and wealthy people they wanted to stay in. I think people voted to leave because of immigration.”

Tony McHale, Taunton

“It is worrying. We have started off a period of years of uncertainty. We are still in for two years but immediately I am not sure what will happen. The pound has plummeted as a result of the vote.”

Andrew Dixon, Taunton

“Personally speaking it might be better for us but it depends on what the government decide they want to spend the money we save on.”

Nicholas Honeyball, Taunton

“I voted for the Brexit and it was because of the issue of sovereignty. I voted the same way and my family voted the same way in 1975.”

Jason Jenkins, Wellington

“I wanted to stay in because of the uncertainty that we have now, but it did need some sort of reform. It was a guessing game with how it would go, but i don’t like the uncertainty we have now.”

Michael Protz, Bishops Lydeard

“I am disgusted. Just disgusted by the result. As a German living here, and I have lived her for 20 years, I wish the vote had been the other way. Our chancellor has caused a lot of these problems and I don’t agree with some of her policies, especially regarding immigrants.”




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