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“Let's still be friends?” Our farewell letters to the European Union

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It was touted as "the decision of a generation", and now Britain has decided: we will no longer be part of the European Union.

As the aftershocks of the referendum results reverberate across Westminster, the country and the world, we asked our readers and staff to pen their farewell messages to the EU.

Don't forget us, Europe. We'll always remember you.

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