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Austerity, grit and flexibility helped get the country's economy back on an even keel.
The U.S., France and Germany also condemn alleged Russian killing.
Unemployment in the U.K. is lower than in France, and many of those in Calais also speak some English already.
UK Prime Minister Theresa May signals the UK won't yield on immigration policy.
As part Lizzie O'Leary's Brexit travels, we visit the German sister city of St. Helens, an English town that voted to leave the EU.
Many people in St. Helens, a former industrial powerhouse, feel left behind.
Prime minister's upcoming departure adds a layer of political confusion.
London voted to remain in the EU, but now the likelihood of leaving worries many.
Did theater or wool-trading account for the playwright's wealth?