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LONDON - The British were warned for weeks that a vote to leave the European Union would result in economic pain. Now they'll find out whether it will.
Morning rush hour at Canary Wharf, where many London-based banks have their headquarters. Photograph: Alamy. Jamie Doward. Saturday 25 June 2016 17.29 EDT Last modified on Sunday 26 June 2016 04.23 EDT.
LONDON (AP) - In the streets of the City of London, the heart of Britain's global financial hub, it's difficult to find someone who voted to leave the European Union.
Several bidders for Tata Steel's British operations are close to abandoning talks with their Indian owner as the outcome of the EU referendum threatens to deepen the crisis enveloping the UK's biggest steel producer.