The EU referendum vote nationwide was close, with 48.1% voting Remain and 51.9% Leave. But Remain voters tended to be clustered in big cities and in Scotland and Northern Ireland, while the Leave vote was more evenly spread. This means that while a small majority of the country voted Leave, a large majority of the country's 650 parliamentary constituencies did so. The votes in June were counted by council, of which there are far fewer - about 400. This is because cities tend to have one council but several Westminster constituencies. This means in most cases we cannot say exactly how each p

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