Regret for backing Brexit in Birmingham South-Asian community

They thought Brexit could protect them from new waves of immigration, but now, want to change their minds.

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    The UK's second largest city voted to leave the EU by a tiny margin and remains divided over Brexit.

    Now, people on both sides of the debate say they're disappointed with the country’s politicians.

    Al Jazeera's Neave Barker reports from Birmingham, where many from the large South-Asian community that initially backed Brexit are now changing their minds.


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