What leaving the EU means for research, student experience and higher education reforms.
There are plenty of reasons to reject the consensus that Brexit will be costly to the UK economy.
How does the UK go about disentangling itself from EU laws?
If the angry voters of Britain remain divided, perhaps a split is the best option for the warring opposition.
Big promises have been made but no plan seems to be in place.
Leaders must address their critics to avoid losing more members.
George Osborne has sought to reassure markets, but the referendum result has sparked a chain of painful events at a time when Britain has no means to protect itself.
Following the Brexit referendum on Friday, the UK will be the first country to exit the EU bloc, potentially unleashing a cascade of further division.
The key issue here is how to interpret Article 50 of the EU Treaty, which sets out the procedure for a member state to withdraw from the EU.
The end of a sorry chapter for Labour is nigh – but the next is being written on the hoof.
The polling industry struggled to predict the last British election, and referendums are even harder.
Feelings about the EU come down to a sense of identity and the more you age, the more English you feel.
A significant number of people were always going to be disappointed by the result. This is for anyone who wanted to stay.
The Labour party should have listened to its voters' deep concerns about immigration. Instead, it's failed to convince them it cares.
With an arrogant, ill-starred gamble for partisan advantage, the Conservatives have destroyed the very thing they supposedly stand for.
Spain is already calling for joint sovereignty but Gibraltarians are unlikely to stand for that.
Angela Merkel has called for Europe to stand together in the face of Brexit.
UKIP's Nigel Farage and others blamed immigration for the desire to "leave." But the real subject of the referendum was a dismal economy that stopped working for most Brits.
Most of Fleet Street had worked hard for a Leave vote, but it still took even eurosceptic papers by surprise.
Mark Carney has announced the first part of a plan to settle investor nerves and avoid a market trainwreck. Despite best efforts it may not be enough.