The news that Great Britain has voted to leave the European Union after 42 years has sent shock waves around the world. Markets tumbled and David Cameron announced his resignation. Now there’s talk of a domino effect.
In yet another unforeseen consequence of Brexit, the European Union insists that London will no longer automatically be entitled to Galileo data after it leaves the bloc. The implications could be out of this world.
The Scottish Parliament has voted to deny consent for the EU Withdrawal Bill, which is currently going through national parliament in London. The decision could spark a constitutional crisis between Scotland and the UK.
Theresa May wants the rest of the British public to put on her rose-colored Brexit glasses. Meanwhile, the prime minister has missed another chance to fire Boris Johnson and the UK has been left out of the Galileo fun.
The British government suffered the latest in a string of legislative defeats on Brexit when the House of Lords voted in favor of four amendments to a key Brexit blueprint — including remaining in the EU single market.
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