I’ll buy the next round Boris, I promise.
They dialled it up to 11 on day one – and there are still two months to go.
I’ve no idea.
Not enough time is set aside in the curriculum to teach young people economic literacy.
We’re used to abundance, but Brexit makes it all seem more fragile.
We only have enough food stocks to last 3-5 days, and Brexit has suddenly made things seem worryingly fragile.
A drowning deal.
The controversial trade agreement between the EU and United States could well fall apart, only for the UK to pick up its pieces.
Tapa the morning.
Madrid may hold the key to Scotland's future – for several reasons.
Britain, one of the European Union’s most consistent backers of climate action, is poised to walk out.
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Britain was among Europe's most progressive voices on climate policy. Its imminent withdrawal leaves the European Union grappling with voices of dissent from member states such as Poland.
UKIP leader Nigel Farage was an architect of Britain’s seismic decision to leave the European Union.
The populist appeal of simplistic answers to complex solutions is a challenge for political leaders.There are times when expertise and experience must prevail over the popular mood of the moment.
A lack of constructive critique of the EU’s failings is giving rise to widespread European populism and dissent.
Europe at the moment is divided into two stark responses to the EU – exit or remain. A third, better option would be to stay, but challenge and change it from within.
Considering how central these people seemed to be to the campaign, it's interesting how vague everyone is being about their future.
The hard work starts now.
There may be some initial uncertainty, but the UK's decision to leave the EU is an exciting opportunity for its economy.
If Brexiters thought that making new international tariff deals and joining the WTO would be a cakewalk, they're in for a shock.
A world of deceit.
Fibbers beware: experts have developed a new digital lie detector.
Still Better Together?
Brexit uncertainty, English xenophobia and a recession brewing - no wonder Scottish Labour is thinking about switching sides.
There is debate among lawyers on whether the process for a Brexit, once begun, can be stopped.
Aftershocks from the UK’s withdrawal from the European Union will be felt in Australian research.
Australian researchers engage in collaborative programs with both the UK and the rest of Europe. So what does Brexit mean for those collaborations?
The uncertainty in financial markets from Brexit throws a spanner in the works of the election campaign in its final week.
Business Briefing: Zombie measures, crackdowns and Brexit worries.
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As the world tries to get a handle on what a Brexit means, D-Day looms for both Labor and the Coalition.
Africa will feel the loss of the EU’s influence in its relationship with Britain.
Britain's decision to leave the EU will fundamentally affect Africa's relationship with UK in a way that will be damaging to all.
South African President Jacob Zuma arrives at a European Union-South Africa summit in 2012.
It's unclear what South Africa's attitude will be to negotiating new deals with the UK and the EU. In the past seven years it has lost its appetite for trade deals, particularly with the developed world.
How to avoid the politics of revenge.
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Angela Merkel's calmness is a key part of her negotiating strategy.
An incident on a train is a reminder of the damaging rhetoric that has been allowed to thrive in the run up to the referendum.