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Kukaan ei tiedä, minkälaista elämä Britanniassa tai EU:ssa tulee olemaan brexitin jälkeen.

Kukaan ei tiedä, minkälaista elämä Britanniassa tai EU:ssa tulee olemaan brexitin jälkeen.

Ivan Canu for Die Zeit Article Brexit

Ivan Canu Illustration: Beware the Brexit. Ivan Canu's digital illustration for German publication Die Zeit accompanied an article wondering if Britain’s possible exit could become the European Union’s latest nightmare.

‘Brexit’ could send shock waves across U.S. and global economy

‘Brexit’ could send shock waves across U.S. and global economy

Welcome to the Fantasy Island of Little England The pro-Brexit campaign is fudging numbers, reimagining history, and undermining the Great British tradition of common sense.

Why a Brexit Could Be a Losing Proposition for Everyone

In a major intervention in the EU referendum debate, the Royal College of Physicians (RCP), the doctors’ professional body, representing medics, has warned that Brexit could harm patient care and public health.

As the British government pushes for more engagement with diaspora communities, here are six ways to build a network

How to … mobilise a diaspora movement

We’re marching towards extreme Brexit. Someone must speak for the Theresa May casts those who voted to remain in the EU as a tiny metropolitan elite, but they represent nearly half of Britain

The more than three million EU nationals living in the UK are not required to register their presence in the country but many have rushed to apply for permanent residency as a way of guaranteeing their rights after Brexit. But growing numbers complain they are being erroneously rejected.

Home Office urged to reform residency process by frustrated EU citizens

The more than three million EU nationals living in the UK are not required to register their presence in the country but many have rushed to apply for permanent residency as a way of guaranteeing their rights after Brexit. But growing numbers complain they are being erroneously rejected.

Negotiations on Britain's departure from the European Union have finally begun, and we're living in a very different country to the one which went to the polls on 23 June 2016. Prime Minister Theresa May has lost her majority in the Commons after a disastrously damaging election campaign; her team are still yet to secure a deal with the DUP, and there seems to be no consensus in the government over what kind of Brexit we even want.

Negotiations on Britain's departure from the European Union have finally begun, and we're living in a very different country to the one which went to the polls on 23 June 2016. Prime Minister Theresa May has lost her majority in the Commons after a disastrously damaging election campaign; her team are still yet to secure a deal with the DUP, and there seems to be no consensus in the government over what kind of Brexit we even want.

Young people protest about Brexit outside Westminster

What does triggering article 50 mean for young people?

Jeremy Corbyn’s rise as Labour leader was foreseen by no one, least of all him.

The Astonishing Rise of Jeremy Corbyn

An inside look at how Donald treats the women in his life, the ugly history of gendered bathrooms, and an introduction to England's Bernie.

The subject of Britain’s relationship with Europe is of increasing importance to UK investors. It is a complex and highly political debate which can generate extreme and sometimes emotional views in the British people and indeed in Europeans too.

Brexit : The Economic Implications - some great statistics to use as discussion points in a high school economics class.

This is what the Brexit cliff edge looks like

This is what the Brexit cliff edge looks like

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