In England’s forgotten ‘rust belt’, voters show little sign of Brexit regret

Steward Paul Green poses for a photograph inside the community boxing gym above the Kellingley Social Club in Knottingley, Britain August 1, 2018. REUTERS/Phil Noble

KNOTTINGLEY, England (Reuters) – To Paul Green, a club steward in northern England’s ‘rust belt’, Britain is so broken that he would vote for Brexit again were he to get another chance. Green, who runs a Miners’ Welfare Club in an area where there are no longer any working miners, says both of Britain’s main […]

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