As leadership row goes on, shadow chancellor says Labour will respect vote and consult public about UK-EU future The free movement of people around the European Union will end with Brexit, John McDonnell
Things fall apart. And now, “things” includes the European Union. British voters delivered a well-aimed kick at the global elites who prefer a Britain that is deeply intertwined, economically and diplomatically,
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Britain’s shock vote to leave the European Union may tie the U.S. Federal Reserve to near zero interest rates for far longer than expected, according to new research indicating U.S.
Brexit is over, as we all know, and while the referendum is non-binding, it still comes as something of a shock. Why would the majority of voters in the UK decide to leave the EU? Why vote against self-interest?
The United Kingdom shocked the world when its citizens voted to leave the European Union Thursday. The so-called Brexit has wide implications for the U.S. economy, which is already facing a slew of headwinds.
Here's what Britain's vote to leave the EU tells us about the U.S. presidential election - Los Angeles Times
The Britons who voted to take their country out of the European Union were predominantly white, working class, older and deeply upset about immigration. Their leaders drew scorn from the university-educated