The thousands of revellers at Glastonbury Festival have been giving their reactions to news that Britain has voted to leave the European Union. The famous music festival started on 22 June, meaning that many of the 100,000 people at the event had to vote through the post or by proxy.

Charles Marshall, 22, said: "Personally I'm quite concerned people didn't really think of the economic effects. We've already seen the pound drop. I was planning on going away this summer, but that's just become more expensive. Yeah, I just hope it turns out for the best and the Leave campaign wasn't just spreading a load of lies which I personally feel like it was."

The UK voted for a Brexit, with 52% for leave and 48% for the remain side. The turnout was around 72%.

Many younger voters expressed concern over the result, with one 17-year-old saying "it is the older generation who wants out".

One "older" voter, Andy, seemed to confirm this. He said: "I feel we can still be as strong as we are outside the EU, even stronger probably. I'm of an age where I remember us before we went into the EU. I didn't want us going in in the first place, but I remember great British manufacturing and I think we can do it again. I don't see why we can't negotiate our own trade negotiations. Yes, it might take a while, but I think we have so much going for us that we can stand on our own quite comfortably."

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