Brexiteers keen to follow Norway's example face an awkward dilemma.
EU workers in the UK are highly employed and concentrated in a few key areas of the economy – posing problems if they are no longer welcome post-Brexit.
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'.
A report into the IMF's handling of the euro crisis carefully avoids blame, while attempting to reclaim influence.
Not voting can have serious consequences regarding the kind of society we end up living in. Disengagement can mean a lowering of quality of life.
The added costs from trade-related red tape that will result from leaving the EU are certain and they will be costly for business and government.
Everyone is looking to the German leader to save the union in the wake of the Brexit vote.
Wetherspoon chief Tim Martin is so excited about Brexit he's called it a 'new Magna Carta' – but do his sums add up?
New research shows how the financial crisis led to a dramatic shift in poverty across Europe.
EU officials argue that while the ban on ivory trade is right for some countries, it shouldn't be all-encompassing. It has called on African range states to reach agreement on the issue.
Norway, Switzerland, Canada and a WTO-only trade relationship are are the obvious options for the UK post-Brexit.
The Italian banking system is on the verge of a crisis. Direct state intervention is needed to solve the problem.
The European Union faces a crisis of legitimacy, and its rules on fiscal governance are at the heart of it.
Obama has said he expects European allies to chip in their fair share of defense spending, and European public opinion supports it. But as a Tufts expert points out, many challenges in Europe remain.
The Brexit vote was the outcome of the disillusionment and disengagement that have permeated the UK. Many Europeans share that mood, which is why both the UK and EU need radical democratic surgery.
Brexit worries have shaken the professional end of the sector, but Britain's troubles have run far deeper for far longer.
The European Union has a deep, and maybe unbreakable reach into our sporting life.
Calls for English to be dropped as one of the official languages of the EU are likely to fall on deaf ears.
Radical right populists are on the brink of power in Austria and making gains across the region. And the European leaders who once were willing to publicly condemn them are silent now.