Nigel Farage, the leader of the United Kingdom Independence Party (UKIP), speaks at a news conference in central London, Britain July 4, 2016. REUTERS/Neil Hall
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The leader of Britain's insurgent right-wing populist UK Independence Party said Monday he was stepping down after realizing his ambition to win a vote for Britain to leave the EU, punching another hole in the country's chaotic politics.Both of Britain's two main political parties are in disarray following the vote to leave the EU, with the ruling Conservatives seeking a replacement for Prime Minister David Cameron and lawmakers from the main opposition Labor Party voting to withdraw confidence leader Jeremy Corbyn.Britain has no firm plan for how it wants to proceed in negotiations with the EU over a future relationship. European leaders say London must choose between continuing to allow free movement of EU citizens, or expulsion from the common market.Despite the June 23 vote for 'Brexit' with 52 percent support, Britain has not yet invoked Article 50 of the EU's Lisbon Treaty to begin the formal process of breaking away.
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