The Brexit referendum has exposed deep divisions within the United Kingdom. A large majority of voters in Scotland and Northern Ireland voted to stay. Scotland in particular has a pro-European outlook.
The two countries have moved to prevent the UK government from launching a power grab when Britain leaves the European Union. New legislation will be introduced to enshrine EU laws on fishing and farming if required.
The Anglo-Dutch company will scrap its London corporate headquarters and make Rotterdam its sole legal home. The move is seen as a blow to efforts to keep post-Brexit investment in the country.
With polls set to open, Italian voters are preparing to decide the political fate of their country. But amid a divided political landscape, Italy's ex-premier warned the country could see "extremists" come to power.
It's expensive and anachronistic in these times of streaming services: On Sunday, Switzerland may vote to abolish the license fee for its public broadcaster, which may spell its end. Alison Langley reports from Zurich.
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