The "Remain" side thought the EU referendum was all about economics. It was really about how we define ourselves as a nation
Tensions between unionists and nationalists are likely to worsen
Its Monetary Policy Committee meets on Thursday—for the first time since the Brexit vote
The 84 MPs who supported Leadsom "should no longer be trusted to tie their own shoe laces"
"European markets have suffered more than those in the UK since the vote"
The referendum was the start of a national re-alignment of British politics
A panel of contributors offer their views
Some see it as evidence of waning western influence, other were more interested in sharing comic strips on social media
Daniel Hannan / July 5, 2016
"Our challenge now is to find a status that both sides can at least live with"
There is little that is material to panic about—so far
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