Members of a newly organized church group from Portugal and Brazil stand in Boston’s main square singing prayers. Boston, Lincolnshire, June 26, 2016.
Members of a newly organized church group from Portugal and Brazil stand in Boston’s main square singing prayers. Boston, Lincolnshire, June 26, 2016.Newsha Tavakolian—Magnum for TIME
Members of a newly organized church group from Portugal and Brazil stand in Boston’s main square singing prayers. Boston, Lincolnshire, June 26, 2016.
Residents of Boston walking through the crowded streets one day after 75% of the borough voted to leave the EU.
"I supported Leave for a long time" said Borough Councilman Anton Dani, age 50, born in Morocco but has lived in England for more than 20 years. "We want to control our borders and make our own rules." Boston, Lincolnshire, June 25, 2016.
A 'No to the EU' sign, Boston, Lincolnshire, June 25, 2016.
"I am so devastated by the vote. I cried all night after seeing what my British friends are writing on Facebook" said Agnija Rezanova, a Latvian, age 19, Boston, Lincolnshire, June 25, 2016.
"We are tired of foreigners, they are not welcome here anymore, " says Wink Watson, age 52, of why he voted to Leave. "We are not racist just enough is enough." Boston, Licolnshire, June 25, 2016.
Young boy wearing shoes with a British flag design, Boston, Lincolnshire, June 25, 2016.
“We’re happy and have lived here for more than 10 years, " says Liana Granta, age 45, a Latvian mother of three, Boston, Lincolnshire, June 25, 20016.
Swizzel’s Love Hearts candy on the UK Independence Party stand, given out to celebrate the results of the referendum, Boston, Lincolnshire, June 25, 2016.
"We want Britain to be back to the old way," says Brian Rush age 72, who handed out sweets (candies) to celebrate the results of the referendum. "The EU is too dictating so we're very happy to have won," Boston, Lincolnshire, June 25, 2016.
Members of the Boston Gymnastics Academy play and perform at Boston’s annual Park Fest, Boston Lincolnshire, June 25, 2016.
Members of a newly organized church group from Portugal and Brazil stand in Boston’s main square singing prayers. Boston
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The Faces of Brexit

Jun 30, 2016

Almost 76% of voters in Boston, Lincolnshire indicated that the U.K. should leave the E.U., making the coastal village—whose mostly Eastern European migrant population has grown steadily since 2004—more Euroskeptic than anywhere else in England.

Magnum photographer Newsha Tavakolian met with some of Boston's residents and asked them what Brexit means to them.

Michelle Molloy, who edited this photo essay, is a senior international photo editor at TIME.

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