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from The Economist

A background guide to “Brexit” from the European Union

In graphics: Britain’s referendum on EU membership: A background guide to “Brexit” from the European Union | The Economist (24 Feb 2016).


Brexit Britain: Why haven't we left the EU yet?

On 23 June the UK held a referendum on whether to remain part of the European…

from The Independent

We should accept Brexit will never happen, top academic says

Britain will never leave the EU because Boris Johnson and other leading…

from Mail Online

Thousands prepare to evacuate homes over monsoon flood risk... and summer festivals are a washout too

On this "momentous" (check definition) day that is 23rd of June, 2016, the day of the EU referendum in the UK, London is being hit by a storm; flash floods, thunder, and lightning. Pray that this is not an omen as to what the result of the voting will be; for if such is the result to remain, the whole of Europe will be cast into a dim and dismal abyss the likes of which we have not seen since the tyranny dished out by evil perpetrators in the Second World War. In contrast, just check out my…

from The Telegraph

Theresa May will trigger Brexit negotiations without Commons vote

Theresa May will not hold a parliamentary vote on Brexit before opening negotiations to formally trigger Britain's withdrawal from the European Union, The Telegraph has learned.16

Whole UK Economy resting on single PPI claim -- After the referendum on leaving the EU the treasury scrambled quickly to try and formulate a plan.  “No one actually thought the plebs would defy us and screw the country like that so naturally we didn’t plan for that eventuality. We knew they were all thick but that took the... -- #Brexit, #PPI, #Recession --


New move for instant EU exit: Tory MPs pile on pressure to ditch Brussels for good

The revelation comes as former Tory leader Iain Duncan Smith yesterday piled on the pressure for Britain to leave the EU as quickly as possible following the historic vote in the referendum on June 23. The prominent Brexiteer said the UK should not necessarily seek to remain a member of the single market as such a move would involve surrendering control to Brussels.

from The Telegraph

EU facing an existential threat in the wake of Brexit, Jean-Claude Juncker, the European Commission president, to warn

Jean-Claude Juncker, the European Commission president, suggests UK will not have access to single market after Brexit 9/14/16 The remarks are a major concession to countries like Poland and Hungary, which is holding a referendum to reject refugee quotas next month - but it is also an admission of defeat after Europe tried last year to force countries to accept quotas with a majority vote that deeply angered the eastern EU countries. Mr Juncker went on to announce the creation of a EU "youth

from BBC News

Brexit may bring difficult times, says Theresa May

Britain needs to be prepared for some "difficult times" ahead as it leaves the…