An English Town, Home To EU Immigrants, Feels Strain Of Brexit Vote

(Published June 21, 2016) On the streets of Boston, in eastern England, football fans wave Polish flags and restaurants offer Lithuanian specialties. The town is deeply divided by a debate over the impact of immigration — one of the key issues behind the referendum on whether Britain should leave the European Union. As the vote approaches, many migrants from EU countries are feeling anxious about the impact of a potential Brexit on their own lives. (Produced by Margot Buff for RFE/RL; reporting by Kathleen Moore)