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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