EU Referendum: Islington votes to remain

PUBLISHED: 03:11 24 June 2016 | UPDATED: 16:01 24 June 2016

Britain has voted to leave the EU

Britain has voted to leave the EU

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Islington has voted to remain in the European Union.

The borough decided by 76,420 votes to 25,180.

The turnout in Islington was 101,723.

123 ballots were rejected.

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  • 76,420 Remain. They'll be the ones who live in Islington, but don't come from it then ;)

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