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No single market access for UK after Brexit, Wolfgang Schäuble says - The Guardian;

No single market access for UK after Brexit, Wolfgang Schäuble says - The Guardian

The GuardianNo single market access for UK after Brexit, Wolfgang Schäuble saysThe GuardianDer Spiegel's Brexit edition, which carries an interview with Wolfgang Schäuble, right. Composite: Der Spiegel. EU referendum and Brexit. No single market access for UK after Brexit, Wolfgang Schäuble says. In Der Spiegel interview German finance ...and more »

Brexit: Should They Stay or Should They Go? - TIME;

Brexit: Should They Stay or Should They Go? - TIME

TIMEBrexit: Should They Stay or Should They Go?TIMEThe polls you're reading on Brexit—the United Kingdom's June 23 referendum on whether it should exit the European Union—aren't telling you the whole story. While the commentators focus on the horse race, there's something deeper and longer-lasting ...and more »

Beyond trade concerns, Brexit poses questions over data rules - Reuters

Beyond trade concerns, Brexit poses questions over data rulesReutersBRUSSELS If Britain leaves the EU, trade and travel across the English Channel may get trickier and there are also concerns that Brexit might disrupt the sensitive data traffic that is an integral part of international businesses. Experts advising ...and more »

The EU is undemocratic and run in the interests of business. But it's our least-worst option right now - New Statesman;

The EU is undemocratic and run in the interests of business. But it's our least-worst option right now - New Statesman

New StatesmanThe EU is undemocratic and run in the interests of business. But it's our least-worst option right nowNew StatesmanThe reason why nobody in either the Leave or the Remain camp can come up with a strong and positive story is that right now there is no strong, positive story to tell. Sign up to the Staggers Morning Call email *. By Laurie Penny ...and more »

Would Brexit trigger a domino effect in Europe? - The Guardian;

Would Brexit trigger a domino effect in Europe? - The Guardian

The GuardianWould Brexit trigger a domino effect in Europe?The GuardianMarine Le Pen, France's Front National leader, has described the UK referendum as a key moment in European history. Composite: Guardian design, Thibault Camus/AP. European Union · EU referendum reality check ...and more »

EU referendum exposes Britain's political decay - Washington Post;

EU referendum exposes Britain's political decay - Washington Post

Washington PostEU referendum exposes Britain's political decayWashington PostLondon. The scariest thing about Britain's referendum on European Union membership — and the thing that ought to resonate acutely with Americans — is what it exposes about the political culture: the refusal to take responsibility, the contempt for ...and more »

'Brexit' vote: a clash over Britain's identity - Christian Science Monitor;

'Brexit' vote: a clash over Britain's identity - Christian Science Monitor

Christian Science Monitor'Brexit' vote: a clash over Britain's identityChristian Science MonitorThe vote on whether to leave the European Union pivots on deeper questions about immigration, economic policy, sovereignty, and Britain's place in the world. By Tom A. Peter, Correspondent June 10, 2016. close. The 'Brexit' vote will greatly affect the ...and more »

EU referendum: Brexit would see UK excluded from single market, German finance minister warns - The Independent;

EU referendum: Brexit would see UK excluded from single market, German finance minister warns - The Independent

The IndependentEU referendum: Brexit would see UK excluded from single market, German finance minister warnsThe IndependentGermany's finance minister has ruled out Britain having access to the European single market in the event of Brexit, directly contradicting the reassurances of Boris Johnson and the Leave campaign. In an interview in a special edition of German weekly ...and more »

A Very British Meltdown Over Brexit - Sputnik International;

A Very British Meltdown Over Brexit - Sputnik International

Sputnik InternationalA Very British Meltdown Over BrexitSputnik InternationalNot even the humble ice cream can escape the debate surrounding the In-Out referendum on Britain's membership of the EU, following claims that a Brexit could have a chilling effect on the UK's love affair with ice cream, if the country votes to leave ...and more »

Circle June 23. A Vote That Day In The UK Could Affect Your Wallet - NPR;

Circle June 23. A Vote That Day In The UK Could Affect Your Wallet - NPR

NPRCircle June 23. A Vote That Day In The UK Could Affect Your WalletNPRHow many countries are in the European Union? If you're like most Americans, you can only guess. Maybe it's a dozen. Maybe twice that. Who cares, really? Economists do. They care a lot. Most say the EU's current collection of 28 members adds stability ...and more »

Is Europe over? - The Conversation UK;

Is Europe over? - The Conversation UK

The Conversation UKIs Europe over?The Conversation UKAnthony Pagden does not work for, consult, own shares in or receive funding from any company or organization that would benefit from this article, and has disclosed no relevant affiliations beyond the academic appointment above.and more »

Europe and the Unthinkable - International New York Times

Europe and the UnthinkableInternational New York TimesBERLIN — The Soviet Union was a giant on the stage of the 20th century. In this city at the heart of the last century's drama its presence lingers — in the Soviet War Memorial in the Tiergarten (80,000 Soviet soldiers died in the Battle of Berlin ...and more »

Brexit Vote Gives Tabloids Chance to Unleash Anti-European Tendencies - New York Times;

Brexit Vote Gives Tabloids Chance to Unleash Anti-European Tendencies - New York Times

New York TimesBrexit Vote Gives Tabloids Chance to Unleash Anti-European TendenciesNew York TimesLONDON — Britons could lose control of their coastline. Their country could be scrapped or merged with France. And a nation in which tea-making is a daily ritual faces the prospect of a ban on its kettles. Over recent years The Daily Express, a ...and more »

I support Brexit but the Turkey bashing needs to stop - Aljazeera.com;

I support Brexit but the Turkey bashing needs to stop - Aljazeera.com

Aljazeera.comI support Brexit but the Turkey bashing needs to stopAljazeera.comThere are a million good reasons for Britain to leave the EU but the prospect of Turkey's accession isn't one of them. 10 Jun 2016 09:29 GMT |. Listen to this page using ReadSpeaker. 0; All Social. Listen to this page using ReadSpeaker. 0; All Social.and more »

UK poll finds just 25% believe Brexit would reduce living standards - The Guardian;

UK poll finds just 25% believe Brexit would reduce living standards - The Guardian

The GuardianUK poll finds just 25% believe Brexit would reduce living standardsThe GuardianA Vote Leave poster in a field beside a road near Penzance in Cornwall, England. More than a tenth of those polled said they believed they would be better off after a Brexit. Photograph: Matt Cardy/Getty Images. EU referendum and Brexit ...and more »

Twelve reasons Britain is better off remaining a member of the EU - City A.M.;

Twelve reasons Britain is better off remaining a member of the EU - City A.M.

City A.M.Twelve reasons Britain is better off remaining a member of the EUCity A.M.I studied the process of European integration in some detail at the College of Europe in Bruges where I also became a teaching assistant for a year. I then had the pleasure of doing my PhD thesis at the European University Institute in Florence. So it ...and more »

Jo Cox: Brexit is no answer to real concerns on immigration - Yorkshire Post;

Jo Cox: Brexit is no answer to real concerns on immigration - Yorkshire Post

Yorkshire PostJo Cox: Brexit is no answer to real concerns on immigrationYorkshire PostJo Cox's last article published with two weeks to the EU Referendum poll, and six days before the fatal attack outside her constituency surgery.and more »

A narrow vote for Brexit 'would lead to second poll' - The Times (subscription);

A narrow vote for Brexit 'would lead to second poll' - The Times (subscription)

The Times (subscription)A narrow vote for Brexit 'would lead to second poll'The Times (subscription)A narrow vote in favour of leaving the European Union could lead to a second referendum, the former chief official in the Commons has said. Lord Lisvane, who served as clerk of the Commons until 2014, said that a close result and a low turnout could ...and more »

We will still trade freely with the EU if we vote Leave - Telegraph.co.uk;

We will still trade freely with the EU if we vote Leave - Telegraph.co.uk

Telegraph.co.ukWe will still trade freely with the EU if we vote LeaveTelegraph.co.ukGeorge Soros is only half-right. The billionaire investor, who famously made a fortune predicting that sterling would be kicked out of the Exchange Rate Mechanism in 1992, is now buying gold on the assumption that a Brexit would lead to the ...and more »

Brexiteers, Lexiteers, and others - The Hindu;

Brexiteers, Lexiteers, and others - The Hindu

The HinduBrexiteers, Lexiteers, and othersThe HinduThe June 23 referendum on remaining in the EU roils Britain's economic and political establishment. But the electorate is still warming up to it. In less than two weeks the British electorate will be polled on a simple question that will have national ...and more »