05:25AM, Friday 24 June 2016
The UK has voted to leave the European Union in yesterday's referendum - and while the Royal Borough of Windsor and Maidenhead fell into the remain camp, Slough voted to support a Brexit.
Turnout for the borough was 79.7% with 81,865 votes cast. Of those, 44,086 were for remain (53.9%) compared to 37,706 (46.1%) who backed a Brexit.
Meanwhile in Slough, there were 29,631 votes to leave in comparison to 24,911 to remain. Turnout was 62.1%.
Wokingham borough, which includes Twyford, voted remain, with 55,272 votes compared to 42,229 for leave. The turnout was 80.03%.
Wycombe also voted remain, with 49,261 votes, compared to 45,529 for leave. Turnout was 75.74%.
South Bucks, which includes Burnham and Marlow, voted to leave, with 20,647 votes, compared to 20,077 for remain. Turnout was 78%.
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