Many have said that the UK is irreparably divided and therefore dysfunctional to the point of impeding the ability of any one party to govern it effectively.
Interviews with Leave and Remain supporters shows a common desire to preserve community and frustration with the self-interest of some politicians.
The social polarisation over Brexit is pronounced and shows no sign of diminishing.
Theresa May is courting ethnic minority support for her Brexit deal with her rhetoric on EU nationals ‘jumping the queue’.
Results showing a large number of Leave constituencies now back Remain caused great excitement but don’t necessarily mean major change is on the way.
March 30 officially marked one year to go before the Brexit clock strikes. How can the “leave” camp get out of this one? The classic 1969 heist movie ‘The Italian Job’ provides clues.
Jeremy Corbyn was criticised for his unclear position on Brexit, but it may actually have been the smarter move.
Would a competent entrepreneur plough on with a decision that started to look a bit dodgy?
If Holyrood is ultimately answerable to Westminster, Westminster is ultimately answerable to realpolitik.
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.
A significant number of people were always going to be disappointed by the result. This is for anyone who wanted to stay.
How will the votes be counted? When will we know the result? Stuart Wilks-Heeg has all the answers.
Boris could be about to discover a taste for Scottish nationalism.
Leavers are very active but remainers have secured some key victories – even before #catsagainstbrexit turned up.
It was a last chance to answer those all important questions. But the Leave campaign failed to deliver.
The US doesn’t love the UK enough to prioritise it over a massive trading bloc like the EU.
Who really knows where the EU referendum is headed: the pollsters, or the bookies?
Brexiters on the Left fear that a UK vote to Remain would permanently put the railways in private hands. Here’s our Fact Check verdict.
The EU drags Britain kicking and screaming to the left. Lexiters need to update their principles before voting on them.
A guide to making up your mind on a very important decision.