British travelers in a Paris train station have mixed reactions to the outcome of the historic referendum back home to leave the European Union. Subtitled Rough Cut (no reporter narration).
SUBTITLED ROUGH CUT (NO REPORTER NARRATION) British travelers in Paris had mixed reactions to the outcome of the referendum at home to leave the E.U. Thursday's historic vote forced the resignation of British Prime Minister David Cameron and was the biggest blow to the idea of European unity since World War II. Global financial markets plunged after the narrow vote on jitters that the world's fifth-largest economy may be entering months of political uncertainty. The result of the vote has emboldened eurosceptics in other member states, with populist leaders in France and the Netherlands demanding their own referendums to leave.