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The result of the June 23 U.K. referendum on EU membership has shattered the illusions of both "remain" and "leave" voters.
The vote was supposed to set aside differences over Europe. Instead it has increased national divisions within the U.K., weakened the currency, stampeded stock markets, driven the prime minister from office, and endangered the tenure of the Labour party leader.