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TOKYO, June 27 (Reuters) - Asian stocks opened weaker and the British pound fell almost 2 percent in early Asian trade on Monday as markets struggled to shake off deep uncertainty sparked by Britain's decision to leave the European Union.
Economic policymakers must now decide whether and how they should respond to the UK's vote to leave the EU. A Leave vote was always seen as more likely to generate significant disturbances in the financial world.
Farmers are demanding that the victorious Leave campaign honours its promise to provide them with financial support to replace the EU's Common Agricultural Policy, which currently provides 55pc of their income.
A new runway in south-east England, the sale of billions of pounds of Lloyds Banking Group shares, the rescue of Tata Steel UK and a new nuclear power plant are among the UK government's projects thrown into doubt by the EU referendum.