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Germans in Britain: The country feels different

in the face of a Brexit-Chaos is growing among the Germans in the United Kingdom the uncertainty. Not only the uncertain future makes them to create, but also the change of mood in the country.

The mood is good in the children's club in Forest Hill, far to the South of London. A few children play in the small hall and have absolutely no idea about the Brexit. Because of the Great power he.

"a Lot of people are tense," says Regina. "I don't know actually, no, the stands calms down and says: Well, that'll be all." Regina comes from Bavaria, she lives since 2002 in London. You know people who are left, she says, "because the company is already moved and the home office has shifted".

More than 300,000 Germans live in the UK, around 50,000 of them in the greater London area. At the beginning of March it will be at least four less, because Sarah has decided to go with their family to return to Germany - after 17 years in the UK. "Because the country feels differently," she says. She was a Brexit-a refugee. After the vote, she and her husband had established, we may not know the country, Yes, but not as good as we thought. "Quite drastically for me, was that suddenly, after this vote, other Anti-migration tones in the salon were capable of."

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