Brexit: In Liverpool, “people feel fooled”

 Two girls walk through typically working-class terraced housing in the neighbourhood of Walton in Liverpool, England, on November 22, 2018. Walton is considered one of the Labour party's safest seats in the country, but is described as a deprived area. It was hit hard during the 1980s and exacerbated by the economic crash of 2008. The constituency voted to leave the European Union in the 2016 referendum, bucking the trend of the city as a whole, which voted to remain.

Dans le quartier d’Anfield, qui a voté pour la sortie de l’UE, les habitants sentent que le Brexit n’améliorera pas leurs conditions de vie. — Read the article on Le Monde (en français)