A demonstrator protests against the Brexit in central London over the weekend.
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As the early implications of Thursday's historic referendum became clear, there was a buzz on social media as people shared the regrets of some of the 52 percent of Britons who voted to quit the 28-nation alliance."We're the girl who got drunk & dumped her loving, stable boyfriend because he was a bit boring and now realises she's ruined her life," tweeted Leila Molana-Allen.Others had regrets that they had not voted in a referendum that will have far-reaching consequences.Research during the campaign revealed how many Britons were misinformed about the EU, particularly on immigration and economic issues – the main focuses of the battle for votes in the run-up to the referendum.Wales and its 3 million population has benefited from more than 4 billion pounds since 2000 from EU structural funds.
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