Britain’s referendum result is galvanizing euroskeptics across the EU. Right-wing parties are calling for popular votes on an exit from the bloc, notably in France and the Netherlands.
The House of Lords, the upper house of parliament, has inflicted two serious defeats on Theresa May's government at it attempts to get its EU withdrawal bill passed into law. More defeats are likely.
Switzerland passed a law allowing insurers to use GPS and even drones to spy on people suspected of committing welfare fraud. A small group has now launched a campaign against it, shaking up Swiss politics along the way.
The Lords may save the day and the customs union. Meanwhile, the British Empire is returning, but it won't strike back, and Boris Johnson is looking to Hungary's Viktor Orban for an ally on Brexit.
On the fifth anniversary of her death, what would former British Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher have made of the Brexit furor? Rob Mudge takes a look at her credentials within the European Union.
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