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9. Various of British Prime Minister David Cameron at military parade
Edinburgh - 25 June, 2016
10. Bag piper playing in front of statue
11. Various street scenes
12. SOUNDBITE (English) John Mcgauchie, 57-year-old unemployed: ++TRANSCRIBED BELOW++
London - 25 June 2016
13. Mid of French cafe
Edinburgh, Scotland - 25 June 2016
14. Greek expatriate Flora Michalopoulou walking in the hills overlooking the mountain
15. Beauty shot of flowers
16. SOUNDBITE (English) Flora Michalopoulou, Greek expatriate living in Scotland: ++TRANSCRIBED BELOW++
"People have to see the results of Europe I think that's key but we need to turn the page we don't want a vacuum and it's important now that these negotiations with the United Kingdom start in good faith but as soon as possible.
BUT BRITISH PRIME MINISTER DAVID CAMERON ANNOUNCED HIS RESIGNATION FRIDAY, AND SAID HIS SUCCESSOR SHOULD BE THE ONE TO NAVIGATE THE PROCESS OF WITHDRAWING.
THE REFERENDUM IS ALSO CREATING WAVES IN SCOTLAND.
ALTHOUGH A MAJORITY IN SCOTLAND VOTED TO REMAIN IN THE E-U,
THURSDAY'S VOTE IS REIGNITING THE QUESTION OF SCOTTISH INDEPENDENCE.
SOUNDBITE (English) John Mcgauchie, 57-year-old unemployed: (++UK Scotland Reax 2)
"In 2014 I voted for the independence (of Scotland), in 2016 to remain in Europe, and I feel a bit let down. Usual politicians, tell you what they want here. In the next referendum, we'll vote for independence, only this time it will work."
(++UK Expat Reax)
HUNDREDS OF THOUSANDS OF EUROPEAN UNION WORKERS IN BRITAIN ARE CONFUSED AND CONCERNED ABOUT WHAT COMES NEXT IN THEIR ADOPTIVE COUNTRY.
SOUNDBITE (English) Flora Michalopoulou, Greek expatriate living in Scotland:
"This referendum was kind of a slap in the face. It's like you're not wanted by everyone. You're not wanted anywhere."
WHILE CHANGE MAY BE SLOW TO TAKE EFFECT,
OVER THE LONG TERM, IT'S POSSIBLE MANY OF THE ESTIMATED 3 MILLION E-U CITIZENS LIVING IN BRITAIN COULD LOSE THEIR JOBS OR BE FORCED TO LEAVE THE COUNTRY.