Britain's Dangerous Urge to Go It Alone - New York Times

Britain's moment of truth is fast approaching. Next Thursday, the country will vote on whether to remain in or to leave the European Union. The referendum has generated a torrent of analyses, commentaries and appeals — including President Obama's ...

Foreign Affairs: The European Disunion - Jerusalem Post Israel News

The EU will survive a "Leave" vote in next week's referendum on Britain's departure, but its clout will diminish everywhere - including the Middle East. brexit UK. A 'BREXIT' SUPPORTER holds a Union Jack at a Vote Leave rally in London earlier this month.

Let's not sleepwalk into economic and geopolitical catastrophe; why I'm voting to remain - Telegraph.co.uk

If Europe's political leaders awake on Friday June 24 to find that Britain has voted to leave the European Union – which judging by the polls is looking ever more likely – they will know who to blame most: themselves. For many citizens, there are much ...

Brexit debate continues for Brits abroad - Radio Times

No-one knows precisely what Brexit would mean for Brits buying or living in the EU – what can't be disputed is the uncertainty the referendum is causing. While pundits debate over the possible repercussions of Brexit, many British property buyers are ...

UK voters back Norway-style Brexit, poll reveals - Telegraph.co.uk

British voters have voiced their overwhelming support for a “Norway-style” arrangement in the event of a decision to leave the European Union that would ensure that the UK could retain its access to the single market. A new poll, commissioned by the ...

Brexit: How will it affect Britain's standing in the world? - The Independent

The big EU questions: With a month to go before the potentially epoch-making vote on British membership of the EU, the debate so far has been characterised by bias, distortion and exaggeration. So from now until the referendum we will be running a ...

What is 'Brexit' and why should Minnesotans care? - MinnPost

“Should the United Kingdom remain a member of the European Union or leave the European Union?” That's the question that UK citizens will answer in a referendum next Thursday, June 23. If a majority of voters choose to remain, then nothing changes in ...

Blue-chips threaten Leave camp with legal action over logos - Financial Times

The chiefs of some of Britain's biggest employers have threatened legal action against the official EU Leave campaign, after it included their corporate logos in a taxpayer-funded referendum leaflet implying that they supported Brexit. Sample the FT's ...

BREXIT FIRST 100 DAYS: What has happened since the historic vote to LEAVE the EU? - Express.co.uk

AFTER the Brexit victory, here is a look at what has happened as Britain moves towards leaving the EU. By Alice Foster. PUBLISHED: 06:00, Wed, Jul 6, 2016 | UPDATED: 15:44, Wed, Sep 28, 2016 ...

'I'll pull UK out of the single market after Brexit' - POLITICO.eu

Leaving the EU would be like planting 'a bomb' under the British economy, the prime minister warns. By Tom McTague. 6/12/16, 11:54 AM CET. Updated 6/13/16, 2:35 PM CET. David Cameron confirmed Sunday that he will pull Britain out of the single market ...

UK banking stocks fall on Brexit fears and European banking crisis - Telegraph.co.uk

UK banking stocks hold a hypnotic pull over retail investors and regularly occupy the top of the league tables for the FTSE 100's most traded shares. But, rising fears over the Brexit vote, the later stages of a London house price bubble, and a ...

Does Brexit matter for India? - India Today

Both sides have a case, but the UK referendum on whether to stay in the European Union can only have a side interest for India. Meghnad Desai · Meghnad.Desai@intoday.com. June 16, 2016 | UPDATED 10:25 IST. A +A -. Illustration by Nilanjan Das ...

Brexit: the case for leaving - PBS NewsHour

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I am a former MI6 chief and a lifelong patriot. Here's why I'm voting Remain - Telegraph.co.uk

I've spent my professional life batting for Britain. As Chief of MI6, I led a service devoted to defending Britain from attack . When I was Ambassador at the UN and in Egypt I worked exclusively for British interests. I've always helped implement the ...

Brexit Would Trigger Devolution Of Europe How Your Small Business Can Benefit From Working With A Technology ... - Forbes

UK citizens will vote on June 23 whether to leave the European Union. The latest polls suggest that the vote is very close and the “Leave” side has a slight edge. The poll I saw recently, however, showed “Leave” ahead by a full 10 points—55 to 45.

Opinion: Brexit campaign devolves into racism and xenophobia - MarketWatch

LONDON (MarketWatch) — The people campaigning for Great Britain to leave the European Union want you to think they're appealing to the greatest instincts and aspirations: the appeal of history, the call of patriotism, the desire for the British people ...

There is an incredible theory that a Brexit won't actually happen even if the public votes for it - Business Insider

A really crucial detail about the upcoming EU referendum has gone virtually unmentioned, and it is probably the most crucial detail: Parliament doesn't actually have to bring Britain out of the EU if the public votes for it. That is because the result ...

'Brexit' Camp Challenges David Cameron With Post-EU Plan for Government - Newsweek

Campaigners for a “leave” vote in Britain's EU referendum are to unveil a plan for post-Brexit government in a remarkable challenge to Prime Minister David Cameron's authority. The planned announcement comes as 57 Conservative MPs issued a stinging ...

Clinton's new worry: A 'Brexit'-fueled recession - Politico

NEW YORK -- Voters in the United Kingdom could deliver a sharp jolt to the global economy and the 2016 presidential race next week. Recent polls show strong momentum in Great Britain in favor of abandoning membership in the European Union when the ...

Global stock markets plummet as polls show UK voters favour leaving the European Union - NEWS.com.au

GLOBAL stock markets have plunged amid fears the UK could vote to leave the European Union in a crucial referendum after polls showed the “Brexit” camp surging ahead. On Tuesday a poll by YouGov and UK Newspaper The Times showed the leave ...