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UK Health Secretary Calls for Referendum on Terms of Brexit

According to the country’s health secretary, United Kingdom should hold a new referendum – on terms of leaving the European Union.

Brexit:: what it means for car makers and Australian motorists

4 hours agoVehicles / Cars : Car Advice

On Thursday, June 23, citizens of the United Kingdom were asked by referendum if they wanted the nation to stay a part of, or leave, the European Union. With a high turnout of around 72 per cent, and by a margin of 52 to 48 per cent, the UK voted to leave. With the so-called ‘Brexit’ […]

Interest in Travel to U.K. Soars After Brexit

(Reuters) - Several online travel sites have seen a jump in queries from Americans about travel to the United Kingdom since it voted to leave the European Union, a sign so-called "Brexit" and the resulting drop in the value of the pound currency may spur U.S. Show More Summary

Overrule Britannia! 88% of Evening News Shows Hype Brexit 'Regret'

Democracy is all well and good, until the outcome of a popular vote is unpopular with the liberal media. The people of the United Kingdom voted on June 23, to leave the European Union. The broadcast news programs tried their own veto, focusing heavily on voter “Bregret” and anger in the three nights following the vote.

Pompous WashPost: ‘Brexit Is a Reminder’ Voters Shouldn’t Make Most Big Decisions

Writing on The Washington Post’s Wonkblog early Monday morning, writer Emily Badger bemoaned the June 23 vote by the United Kingdom (U.K.) to leave the European Union (E.U.) as an example of a bad referendum because it gave voters power to decide something that involved “thorny debates we elect government officials to hash out.”

History Returns to Europe

The British decision to leave the European Union is the most momentous event across the Atlantic since NATO bombed Belgrade.  If I lived in the United Kingdom, I would have voted to Remain in the EU, but it’s not hard to see why the majority voted to Leave. Show More Summary

Jupiter awaits arrival of Juno

A team led by Leigh Fletcher of the University of Leicester in the United Kingdom are presenting new images of Jupiter at the UK's Royal Astronomical Society's National Astronomy Meeting in Nottingham. read more

What Brexit Means For Russia

On June 23, 2016, the United Kingdom held a historic referendum on its future in the European Union (EU). Although the Leave campaign’s victory created an international panic about Britain’s economic future, Russian President Vladimir Putin praised Britain’s decision to withdraw from the EU. Show More Summary

Where The UK's Major Brexit Players Stand After The Referendum

8 hours agoNews : Huffington Post

Days after the United Kingdom voted to leave the European Union, leading British politicians face infighting with their parties, anger from voters and confusion over what their future holds. The political chaos of Brexit has now left...Show More Summary

The U.K.'s Credit Rating Was Just Downgraded. How Come Nobody Cares?

It's been a less-than-stellar day for the United Kingdom. Thanks to the Brexit vote, markets seem to be pummeling any company that so much as employs someone with a British accent. The pound kept falling. There was that football match. Show More Summary

Top UK Pol: ‘Putin Behaved in a More Statesman-Like Manner Than Obama’ Amid Brexit

9 hours agoNews : Mediaite

One of the top United Kingdom politicians who pushed for the Brexit really went after President Obama for meddling today.

Leaders of Germany, France, and Italy Push for a Speedy Brexit

German Chancellor Angela Merkel, French President François Hollande, and Italian Prime Minister Matteo Renzi have agreed that no talks will be held with the United Kingdom on leaving the European Union until the British government invokes...Show More Summary

Republicans Are Totally In Favor Of Brexit

9 hours agoNews : Huffington Post

The United Kingdom's recent vote to leave the European Union is also causing some divisions on this side of the pond, a new HuffPost/YouGov poll finds. The majority of Americans aren't paying especially close attention to the story --...Show More Summary

Brexit - What Happens Now?

Now that a majority of voters in the very (Dis)United Kingdom have voted in favour of leaving the European Union, what happens? The Canadian Bar Association's National offers some insight in an article on The legal implications of Brexit.The UK House of Commons Library has published a few research notes on the topic. Show More Summary

Brexit is an Opportunity For Britain to Return its Classical Liberal Roots: New at Reason

9 hours agoNews : Reason

The upcoming process of the United Kingdom leaving the European Union ("Brexit") presents opportunities for a more classically liberal approach to trade, immigration, and regulation. Julian Morris writes: Assuming that Parliament does...Show More Summary

British Airways to Americans: Time to Put Those Strong Greenbacks to Use in London

In the medium term, Brexit might not be great news for tourism in the United Kingdom. More than 60 percent of inbound visitors to the U.K come from the European Union, and various EU initiatives—such as caps on cell phone roaming charges, or the European Health Insurance Card—have made it easy for the French, Germans, and Italians to visit the U.K. Show More Summary

The Campaign Lie That’s Coming Back to Haunt Brexit Supporters

During the lead-up to last week's Brexit vote, one of the Leave campaign's favorite talking points was that the United Kingdom could save £350 million that it currently pays each week in membership dues to the European Union, and instead spend that money on things like funding the National Health Service. Show More Summary

US Should Look to Germany as EU Leader Post-Brexit - Former US Ambassador

Former US Ambassador to NATO Nicholas Burns claims that the United States should focus on building its relationship with Europe’s most influential country, Germany, in the aftermath of United Kingdom’s vote to withdraw from the European Union.

Fitch Downgrades UK, Bank of England’s Ratings to ‘AA’ From ‘AA+’

Fitch Ratings said that the United Kingdom's long-term financial risk rating has been downgraded to ‘AA’ with a negative outlook on the Brexit news.

Polish PM: France, Germany Unable to Offer Strategies to EU After Brexit

French-German tandem dominating in the European Union can propose nothing new to Europe after the United Kingdom voted to leave the bloc at the referendum, Polish Prime Minister Beata Szydlo said Monday.

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