When it loses the UK, the EU loses an important military power, which makes the remaining countries keener than ever to collaborate.
Farage's successor says hers is the 'opposition party in waiting'. But it's going to need a plan beyond Brexit.
How to shift those stubborn opinion polls?
If free movement of people is not on the table, then neither is single market access.
The former PM appears to be distancing himself from the policies of the new government.
The road to Brexit looks long and winding, but it seems extremely unlikely that any outcome which threatens the long-term viability of foreign investment in the UK will be tenable.
Britain's prime minister keeps saying 'Brexit means Brexit' but exactly what this looks like is far from clear.
Prime Minister Viktor Orbán has caught referendum fever. He is giving his public a vote on refugee policy in what is being seen as a two-fingered salute to the EU.
Brexiteers keen to follow Norway's example face an awkward dilemma.
The Brexiteer's desire to 'take back control' fails to account for the realities of the globalised world we live in.
The best option for future relations seems to be EEA membership, but that puts paid to the ideal of 'taking back control'.
If turnout had been 100% on June 23, you might be eating a croissant right now instead of protesting about Brexit. Then again, you might not.
The case of a man stripped of his EU citizenship offers some guidance for emigrants living in legally uncharted territory after the Brexit vote.
How can British politics win back the trust of young voters?
Britain might want to play nice and exit calmly, but the French president must avoid giving ammunition to Frexiters.
Everyone is looking to the German leader to save the union in the wake of the Brexit vote.
A drop in migration from the EU would ease demand for housing, but also reduce the availability of those legendary Polish house builders, who will be hard to replace with local labour.
The choices made on day one can reveal a lot about what a new Prime Minister has in store for the country.
Theresa May's decision to make a Foreign Scretary of the notoriously troublesome Brexiter-in-Chief is a huge gamble.
BBC editorial decisions cast Labour voters as onlookers in the referendum campaign.