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The Guardian

After the referendum: UK-EU politics in a 'post-truth democracy'
Policy Network
The referendum result is a hammer blow to progressive pro-Europeanism in the UK. Many commentators now claim they predicted Brexit, but few in the British political class saw it coming: the Bank of England and financial institutions had contingency ...
Government refuses to guarantee EU citizens living in UK can stayThe Guardian
Brexit: 'Most would not change' vote on EU, poll suggestsBBC News
How a Second Brexit Referendum Would Kill the EUFortune
The Economist (blog)
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The Independent

Nicola Sturgeon 'determined' to protect Scotland's place in EU
The Independent
Addressing an audience of business leaders, charities and public-sector organisations, the Scottish First Minister and SNP leader reflected on the EU referendum campaign and the result. She spoke one month on from the EU referendum at the conference of ...
Think tank says unionists must offer Scotland EU optionsBBC News
Sturgeon: independence may be best for Scotland amid Brexit upheavalThe Guardian
Sturgeon: I'll keep EU free movement for Scotland INSIDE the UK & we won't need
The Courier -Scottish Daily Record
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Anger at EU deal to STOP Brexit: Merkel, Hollande & May's plan to keep UK in single market
Officials argued the plan would limit the economic shock to the EU's economy caused by Brexit and would reduce political damage to the bloc. Senior British officials told The Observer it was “very early days” but some type of lengthened emergency break ...

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The Guardian

Meet 10 Britons who voted to leave the EU
The Guardian
Meet 10 Britons who voted to leave the EU. From wanting to hurt the government and banks to betrayal of the ... On 23 June, Britain voted to end its 43-year relationship with the EU. We spoke to people around the country who responded to a Guardian ...


Croatia's demand "has no support inside EU"
Croatia's insistence on amendments to the Serbian law on regional jurisdiction over war crimes is a bilateral demand, Tanja Miscevic said Monday. Source: Tanjug Monday, July 18, 2016 | 15:45 ...

The Guardian

Theresa May, gender politics, equality and the EU
The Guardian
And since I am no longer 10 and now have a modicum of understanding of political affiliations and party politics (and a hugely expanded list of female role models), does it matter to me whether the prime minister is a man or a woman? Yes, it matters to me.
British PM candidate Leadsom apologizes to rival over motherhood rowReuters
At last, some stability: Larry the Cat will remain at 10 Downing StreetWashington Post

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The Guardian

Labour won't rule out second referendum on European Union
The Guardian
Labour has not ruled out the possibility of another referendum on the European Union, whether over continued membership or the terms of Britain leaving the bloc, according to a briefing note circulated among the party's MPs. The 10-page document ...

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The Guardian

Brexit: no second EU referendum despite e-petition, says government
The Guardian
The hopes of more than 4.1 million people who signed a petition calling for a second referendum on the EU have faded, after a response from the government saying it was a “once in a generation vote”. Parliament must consider all petitions that reach a ...
Brexit: Government rejects second EU referendum petition signed by 4.1 millionThe Independent
Brexit: Petition for second EU referendum rejectedBBC News

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Migrants: 10000 euro for each resettled person from EU
Avramopoulos added that ''member states will decide how many people to resettle each year'' and the ''numbers will be communicated'' by the EU Council after consulting and receiving the availability communicated by governments ''based on a proposal ...

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Evening Standard

Brexit: Theresa May says talks won't start in 2016
BBC News
Theresa May has said the UK will not begin official negotiations on leaving the EU this year as she held talks with Germany's Chancellor Angela Merkel. Speaking in Berlin, the PM said securing a "sensible and orderly departure" from the EU would take time.
Theresa May forfeits Britain's turn to chair EUEvening Standard
Theresa May arrives in Berlin for talks with Angela MerkelThe Guardian
Britain relinquishes rotating EU presidency planned for 2017Digital Journal

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