Seven bad things (and one good) that will hit Ireland after Brexit - Irish Independent

At the Oireachtas symposium on Brexit, columnist Dan O'Brien addressed the gathering. This is what he said. No deal: Ryanair Chief Executive Michael O'Leary at a press conference in Belfast 1 No deal: Ryanair Chief Executive Michael O'Leary at a press ...and more »

Europe's Leadership Crisis - Project Syndicate

BRUSSELS – The European Union's list of crises keeps growing. But, beyond the United Kingdom's “Brexit” vote to leave the bloc, Poland's constitutional-court imbroglio, Russian expansionism, migrants and refugees, and resurgent nationalism, the ...and more »

European Defense Integration Now - Project Syndicate

MADRID – During the European Union's recent Bratislava summit, the first to take place without a British presence, several proposals to improve European security were made. Though some may argue otherwise, discussions on improved European security ...and more »

Dinner with the FT: George Osborne - Financial Times

Tipped to be Britain's next prime minister, the 'austerity chancellor' saw his ambitions in tatters as the UK voted for Brexit. In a northern trattoria, he talks about life after Number 11. Lunch with the FT. Read next. Osborne says MP work 'unaffected ...and more »

UK universities draw up plans for EU campuses ahead of Brexit - The Guardian

University students on campus at the University of East Anglia in Norwich. The steady increase in student numbers has come in spite of mounting debts among students. Photograph: Alamy. Higher education ...and more »

The Brexit economy: post-referendum data defies gloomy UK predictions - The Guardian

Fears that Britain will slide into a post-referendum recession have been allayed after a Guardian analysis showed the latest news on the economy has confounded analysts' gloomy expectations, with consumer spending strong, unemployment low and the ...and more »

Why Britain Should Play the Long Game with its Brexit Strategy - BRINK

British Prime Minister Theresa May could play “the long game” in its negotiating strategy with the remaining EU states and find a more receptive environment for its positions as Europe moves closer to Britain. Photo: Christopher Furlong/Getty Images.and more »

How Brexit Could Boost the European Union - Knowledge@Wharton

Brexit presents the European Union with profound challenges. But by returning more benefits to ordinary citizens, promoting the many advantages of a common market with a GDP of $13.4 trillion, and luring more financial services firms away from the U.K. ...and more »

Brexit: UK universities consider EU branches - BBC News

UK universities could open campuses in Europe to offset the effect of Brexit, some vice-chancellors have suggested. The higher education sector largely supported remaining in the UK and since the vote, has voiced concerns about the financial ...and more »

Another day, another admission that the economic predictions of doom over Brexit were wrong -

During the EU referendum campaign, Michael Gove was mocked by some Remain supporters for suggesting that voters should be sceptical about the “experts” who predicted that a vote to leave would plunge the UK into economic darkness. Happily for ...and more »