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Brexit likely to change EU politics dramatically
EconoTimes
UK and European political risk is heightened post-Brexit. Uncertainty is also likely to remain elevated for some time as the path forward for the UK and the EU is unclear. Political implications for the European Union are likely to be far-reaching ...

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BBC News

EU Trade Commissioner: No trade talks until full Brexit
BBC News
The European Union's top trade official says the UK cannot begin negotiating terms for doing business with the bloc until after it has left. "First you exit then you negotiate," Cecilia Malmstrom told BBC Newsnight. After Brexit, the UK would become a ...

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New York Times

Populist Anger Upends Politics on Both Sides of the Atlantic
New York Times
Even as the European Union began to grapple with a new and potentially destabilizing period of political uncertainty, the British vote also will inevitably be seized upon as further evidence of deepening public unease with the global economic order.

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The Guardian

Meet 10 Britons who voted to leave the EU
The Guardian
The biggest issues are feeling connected, or rather disconnected, in society. The majority are probably the people who have the smallest voice, but who rely on others to advocate for them. How much energy and financial support is offered to EU ...



The Guardian

EU leaders call for UK to leave as soon as possible
The Guardian
The EU's top leaders have said they expect the UK to act on its momentous vote to leave the union “as soon as possible, however painful that process may be” and that there will be “no renegotiation”.
Brexit: David Cameron to quit after UK votes to leave EUBBC News
EU referendum: Has UK politics ever been so ugly?Aljazeera.com (blog)
MAPPED: Czexit, Pexit, Frexit - EU referendum CONTAGION sweeps Europe amid political quakeExpress.co.uk
Kuwait News Agency -The Independent
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BBC News

Brexit vote: Bitter exchanges in EU parliament debate
BBC News
Mr Farage shot back that the EU itself was "in denial". UK Prime Minister David Cameron is meeting leaders of the other 27 EU states for the first time since Thursday's referendum. "I'll be explaining that Britain will be leaving the European Union but ...
EU health commissioner explains his 'Farage facepalm'The Guardian
Nigel Farage: Brexit is a 'seismic result' for global politicsTheParliamentMagazine.eu
How Brexit will affect the balance of power in the European ParliamentEUROPP - European Politics and Policy (blog)

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The Guardian

How Brexit is reshaping domestic politics in EU member states
The Guardian
This is a clause in the Lisbon Treaty that sets out the legal process for a country notifiying the European Union it intends to withdraw. Once notification is given, negotiations must be concluded within two years – any extension needs the agreement of ...
David Cameron rules out possibility of second EU referendum despite online petitionThe Independent
Britain's two main political parties in turmoil over EU falloutWashington Post
Brexit vote, UK political confusion keep world markets on edgeReuters
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CNBC (subscription)

Trade and politics collide as UK, EU consider their future
CNBC (subscription)
"The politics are going to be really messy," said Scott Miller, senior advisor at the Center for Strategic and International Studies, "and there's going to be an urge to punish." The U.K. is the EU's second-biggest economy, and the fifth largest ...

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The Guardian

Russia and Iran delight in UK's rejection of EU
The Guardian
World leaders beyond the EU began the process of Friday of adjusting their relationship with the UK in the wake of the vote to leave, in reaction that ranged from trepidation to barely disguised glee in Moscow and Tehran. A top military official in the ...

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The Guardian

How did UK end up voting to leave the European Union?
The Guardian
The leave campaign has throughout painted the EU and Brussels officials as a hotbed of unaccountable political elites who were not democratically voted by the British people. Despite MEPs being elected and leaders on the EU council each having their ...

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