- The referendum result does not automatically trigger the UK's departure from the EU
- Some analysts see a slim chance a snap election could act as proxy second referendum
London (CNN)The UK made a historic decision to leave the European Union on Thursday -- but has so far hesitated on pulling the trigger to go.
Can the referendum be ignored?
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- Brexit = higher taxes, less spending
- UK loses perfect AAA credit rating
- How Britons really feel about Brexit
- Voters: 'We had nothing to lose'
- Racist attacks rise after EU vote
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- #Regrexit? Voters voice doubt
- Results map tells a big story