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Lillo: "I'm Boston's first immigrant, I came from Italy in 1965, and I married an English girl ... I voted remain - but people didn't understand: they look at the difficulty to get a doctor's appointment, they look at the lack of police, the lack of services and they think its all because of immigration - they see drunk people in the street - but sometimes its English guys like across the street the other day. Boston was the district which voted most extremely for Brexit in the UK, by 75.6% per cent of the popular vote on a high turnout of 77.2%. The neighbouring fenland district of South Holland, was the district second most in favour of Brexit.