The mood in London after Brexit Kai Ryssdal 7 years ago A man carries a European Union flag outside the Houses of Parliament on June 24, 2016 in London, United Kingdom. The result from the historic EU referendum has now been declared and the United Kingdom has voted to leave the European Union. Rob Stothard/Getty Images Subscribe to our Newsletters The British people have spoken and they want out from the EU — or rather 52 percent of them do. Marketplace’s Stephen Beard describes the reaction in London and the potential political fallout that followed the historic news. Hear more in the audio player above. Related StoriesHas Brexit boosted London’s financial center?In "Brexit"Euronext CEO explains exchange’s post-Brexit move from LondonIn "Brexit"Would Brexit sink Europe’s financial capital?In "Brexit"The post-Brexit life of an American businessman in LondonIn "Brexit"Britain looks to U.S., China to bolster financial services after BrexitIn "Brexit"The London choir singing out against BrexitIn "Brexit"