Eurosphere agenda: Britain votes to leave EU, Cameron resigns…

 As a non-EU citizen, I had to get a separate visa for UK and I could not use Euro and I did not have much chance to work there. Nothing much will change for me but I guess UK and her citizens will have more to lose in this relatively beneficially partnership with EU….
Britain has voted to leave the European Union, forcing the resignation of Prime Minister David Cameron and dealing the biggest blow to the European project of greater unity since World War Two

An unprecedented act of self-sabotage

Never has a nation relegated itself into obscurity with such needless, reckless abandon.

Nigel Farage at Leave.EU party. Stefan Rousseau/PA Wire/Press Association Images. All rights reserved.


Brexit: Europe stunned by UK Leave vote

BBC correspondents across Europe report on the wave of shock reverberating around the continent in response to the UK vote to leave the EU.
Far right groups in Europe jumps on UK vote to leave EU, calling for own referendums, as others fear for union’s future.
The UK’s vote to leave the EU sparks demands from far-right parties for referendums in other member nations.

Brexit: Five challenges for the UK when leaving the EU

Complex negotiations lie ahead now that the UK has voted for Brexit, the BBC’s Laurence Peter reports.
UKIP leader Nigel Farage tells supporters that “dawn is breaking on an independent United Kingdom”, as votes are counted in the EU Referendum.

World reaction to referendum result

International reaction as the UK votes to leave the European Union in Thursday’s historic referendum.

UK votes to Leave the European Union – now is a time for calm

Shares and pound plunge on Leave vote

The London stock market dives more than 8% and the pound hits its lowest level since 1985 in the wake of the UK’s vote to leave the EU.

Orban blames Brexit on Commission’s migration policies

Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orbán said on Friday (24 June) that British voters who opted to leave the EU were dissatisfied with Union policies dealing with the migration crisis.

Brexit: What to do and where to go now?

Like most tragedies, Brexit is the result of stupid mistakes, often self-inflicted. But the referendum question was put in clear and simple terms, it was actively debated and the democratic answer is clear. Any attempt to reverse it would change the situation from bad to worse, writes Philippe de Schoutheete

A reverse Greenland: the EU should let Scotland stay

Scotland voted overwhelmingly to stay in the EU. It should be allowed to do so.


Pictures are released of 72 England football fans suspected of having been involved in “highly organised” violence in Marseille during Euro 2016

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