The British flag is being replaced by the European Union flag following the visit of British Prime Minister David Cameron at the European Union Commission headquarters in Brussels on June 28, 2016. / AFP / THIERRY CHARLIER
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Britain got its first taste Wednesday of a future outside the EU as Europe's leaders met without premier David Cameron and warned London it must accept EU migrants to win access to the bloc's free trade zone.There are also concerns that with euroskepticism growing in many member states, giving Britain overly favorable divorce terms will spark a domino effect of others leaving the EU.Cameron, who on Tuesday attended probably his last EU summit in Brussels, is also under pressure to quickly initiate divorce proceedings by formally telling the EU Britain wants to leave.EU leaders say that until this notification is made, no talks can begin – formally or informally – on resetting Britain's ties with the EU, a process meant to last two years.While Britain as a whole voted 52-48 percent to leave the EU, Scotland voted 62-38 percent to remain.
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