Every one of them hailed from Eastern Europe, and this is a common sight in this town. Yvetta from Lithuania spoke to reporters as she waited for her bus to work. She said: "What happened, happened", while her friend, Martinez questioned what the government would do with people, like him, who come from other countries. He added: "I hope it will be all right, but we don't know. Now we are waiting." Other foreign visitors offered a different perspective on the result. Image caption A French TV crew in the town told reporters some countries, including France, could benefit from Britain's exit Fredrick Meon from French TV station ARTE, which was filming in Boston, said: "In France, reaction is a bit polarised, divided but basically happy that the British will leave. Economically, I think Britain will suffer for the next few years... some countries of the EU will see some benefits of this and I think France could be one of them." Recent surges in migration to Boston mean that an estimated 14% of people in the area were born in other EU countries, and that may be a reason why some of the more than three-quarters of people here voted Leave. Image copyright AFP Image caption Shops in Boston reflect the cosmopolitan nature of the residents Boston Population 64,600 The last census in 2011 showed the population increased by 15.9% between 2001 and 2011 - twice the national rate Boston experienced the largest increases in its population in the age bands representing people in their 20s. Top occupations listed by people in Boston are elementary (19%), process plant and machine operatives (17%), skilled trades 13% and professional 10% Steve, making his way through Boston town centre on his way to work, said he was concerned by the outcome of the vote.

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