"We're out!" UK publications commemorate Thursday's Brexit vote

Newspapers throughout the United Kingdom gave over their front pages Friday with news of the country's historic vote to leave the European Union.

Some were definitive ("See EU later," declared The Sun), some were newsy (The Guardian went with a story on next steps) and others seemed outdated (The Times of London called it Britain's "closest call," with a headline saying the "remain" votes would likely win).

Here's a sample:

The Guardian

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Daily Mirror

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The Sun

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The Journal

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The Economist

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The Times of London

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The Telegraph

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The Independent

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    Benjamin Mullin is the managing editor of Poynter.org. He previously reported for Poynter as a staff writer, Google Journalism Fellow and Naughton Fellow, covering journalism innovation, business practices and ethics.

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