Brexit referendum: Britain now in 'uncharted territory', says aide in PM Cameron's office

LONDON (REUTERS) - An aide working in Prime Minister David Cameron's office said on Friday (June 24) that Britain was now in uncharted territory after the country looked set to vote to leave the European Union.

"We're in uncharted territory," an aide working in the prime minister's office told reporters. "Everyone's just really tired. They haven't slept."

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