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ultimately what is in everyone's interest is a stable economy in a time of transition." However, for those expecting things to happen immediately, they might be disappointed - this new dawn, in true European style, is likely to take some time. At the scene in Brixton, Lambeth: Clark Ainsworth, BBC News On the streets of Brixton there was sadness, disappointment, anger and even calls for London to secede from the UK, following the vote to leave Europe. Finding anyone who backed Brexit in an area where four out of five people supported the Remain campaign was almost impossible. Many shoppers, stallholders and residents in this ethnically diverse, but increasingly gentrified area of south London, expressed frustration that despite overwhelmingly voting to stay in the European Union, immigration concerns elsewhere in the UK meant they would be removed from the EU. Image caption Mohammed Baez was saddened by the result and believes prices will rise for European products Mohammed Baez, a manager at Brixton Foodland, fears trade tariffs will be introduced and prices will go up. "I feel very sad we are out because I prefer we stay in together. "We get many products from Europe and it does effect when things go up because we don't sell as much. Mr Baez, who has lived in the UK for about 17 years, added: "I believe because this thing happened that recession will start again. "People will lose their jobs because when the taxes come things will become more expensive and it will affect the business. "Many people from the North have voted about immigration. But the people who separate, what is the answer for them?