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Follow CNNThe Bristows are in their sixties and have lived in Hull their whole lives. They told us they were “fed up, there is nothing round here,” and said they voted to leave because they feel left behind by Westminster.UK referendum: Full coverageBritain, EU at odds over UK’s exitGlobal stocks continue Brexit slideRacist attacks rise after EU voteUK loses perfect AAA credit ratingDid Brexit hurt Trump?UK government calls for calm Barclays, RBS shares suspendedRegrexit? Voters voice doubt Could this man be next UK PM?2nd vote petition created by LeaverHow Britons really feel about BrexitResults map tells a big storyThey don’t think that the European Union has ever done much for their area and blame the EU for the decline of the fishing industry in Hull. It was a thriving business when the UK joined the EU in the 1970s, but now is pretty much non existent.Many residents we spoke to in Hull shared the same view; they backed a Brexit because they felt things were so bad they had nothing to lose.UK more divided than ever beforePensioner Cecil Fordham voted out because he believes social services are over burdened by the town’s newcomers.”There’s your doctors isn’t there.