The Americans' guide to understanding Brexit: your questions answered - The Guardian

How does Brexit affect the US? Will the UK really leave the EU? Who will replace David Cameron? And what does the Queen think? Paul Owen explains it all. brexit. Pro-Brexit flags fly in the United Kingdom, where voters decided to leave the European ...

How will Brexit affect Britain's trade with Europe? - The Guardian

Britain will have to reach a new trade agreement with the European Union following its decision to sever links with Brussels. The task will be complex and will have to be carried out under the pressure of a two-year deadline. Here are some of the key ...

Who is standing in the Conservative leadership election, how does the party choose a new Tory leader and can I vote? - Telegraph.co.uk

David Cameron has announced there will be a staged exit from Number 10 and a new Prime Minister by October. The eurosceptics within his party will be victorious and he will go down in history as the Prime Minister who took Britain out of the European ...

Brexit: EU spells out procedure for UK to leave - BBC News

The European Union has clarified the way the UK can kickstart formal negotiations to exit the bloc following Thursday's referendum. It says Britain can trigger Article 50, which sets a two-year deadline for a deal, by making a formal declaration either ...

Europe prepares fast and painful deal for Britain - Telegraph.co.uk

European leaders are preparing a fast and painful divorce for Britain, that is likely to see City firms stripped of the right to operate in the EU. David Cameron will come under intense pressure to set a timetable for triggering Article 50, the exit ...

Brexit and the Future of Europe - Project Syndicate

NEW YORK – Britain, I believe, had the best of all possible deals with the European Union, being a member of the common market without belonging to the euro and having secured a number of other opt-outs from EU rules. And yet that was not enough to ...

Britain elects to leave the European experiment—now what? - USC News

British and EU flags The votes are in and Britain has decided to leave the European Union. (Photo/shutterstock). The British people have spoken. After more than 40 years in the European Union, Britain voted today to leave for good in a referendum vote ...

Britain has voted to leave the EU – what happens next? - The Guardian

Can the EU force the UK's hand, what reception will Cameron face in Brussels this week - and what sort of settlement will ultimately emerge? Anti-Brexit campaigners in front of the Brandenburg Gate in Berlin. Anti-Brexit campaigners in Berlin. The long ...

How Britain backed a Brexit: the key moments of the night - Telegraph.co.uk

Settling down to dinner in Downing Street with his closest aides on Thursday evening, David Cameron was in a confident mood. According to insiders, the Prime Minister was “totally convinced” Remain had won the EU referendum by a comfortable margin of ...

Beyond Brexit: The consequences of Britain's great exit - Aljazeera.com

What lies ahead for the United Kingdom and global financial markets now that the reality of a Brexit is inevitable? 25 Jun 2016 13:06 GMT Business & Economy, Brexit consequences, United Kingdom, European Union · Listen to this page using ReadSpeaker.

The Latest: UK lawmaker wants Parliament to overturn EU vote - Daily Mail

A British opposition lawmaker says Parliament should stop the "madness" and overturn the result of a referendum calling for Britain to leave the European Union. The Foreign Ministers from EU's founding six Frank-Walter Steinmeier from Germany, Didier ...

How Brexit Will Change the World - POLITICO Magazine

The results of the Brexit referendum are in, and it is chaos. The United Kingdom is leaving the European Union. Prime Minister David Cameron is stepping down. The Dow Jones has fallen 611 points in a day. The decision has rattled the world, and even ...

Britain votes to leave the EU - The Economist (blog)

BRITAIN is on its way out of the European Union. In a referendum on June 23rd 51.9% of voters opted for Brexit, on a high turnout of 72.2%. London, Scotland and Northern Ireland plumped for "Remain", while the rest of Britain voted "Leave". The initial ...

Brexit: UK's most senior EU official resigns after leave vote – as it happened - The Guardian

As Europe scrambled on Saturday to respond to the momentous Brexit vote, foreign ministers from the EU's six founding members states meeting in emergency session in Berlin demanded the earliest possible start to the Brexit process. • Britain's most ...

David Cameron resigns after UK votes to leave European Union - The Guardian

David Cameron has resigned, bringing an abrupt end to his six-year premiership, after the British public took the momentous decision to reject his entreaties and turn their back on the European Union.

Brexit puts UK-China financial services linkages at risk - Reuters UK

FILE PHOTO - Chinese and British flags fly in London's Chinatown, Britain October 19, 2015. REUTERS/Suzanne Plunkett/File Photo. By Michelle Price | HONG KONG. HONG KONG Britain's shock vote to leave the European Union could derail a raft of ...

How 'Brexit' Will Affect Travel to Europe - New York Times

The view from the London Eye ferris wheel. Credit Tom Jamieson for The New York Times. In the height of the summer travel season, Britain voted to exit the European Union, scrambling markets as well as the political picture. What happens in the ...

'Brexit' Opens Uncertain Chapter in Britain's Storied History - New York Times

Supporters of the Leave campaign watched the results of Thursday's referendum in central London. Credit Stefan Rousseau/Press Association, via Associated Press. LONDON — Asked to vote in or out, Britain has chosen decisively to cast off its 43-year ...

After Brexit, a changed future - Harvard Gazette

Following the initial shock from the referendum on Thursday in which Great Britain voted to leave the European Union, Harvard analysts worked to grasp the unfolding impact of the momentous decision on the United Kingdom, Europe, and the world, and they ...

Brexit: Advice for the day after - Brookings Institution (blog)

Britain made its choice. Now, the rest of the EU must decide: Does it punish Britain to deter other member states from following suit, or does it try to accommodate British interests as much as possible? Indications from European capitals prior to the ...