J D Weatherspoon is asking pub-lovers across the UK to vote in favor of a Brexit. The pub chain employs more than 35,000 people and has gone to great lengths to make sure its anti-EU message is heard loud and clear.
Boris Johnson has been accused of "backseat driving" on Brexit, while Theresa May is heading to Italy. Why she is going and who will prevail in a revenge battle with George Osborne is anybody's guess, says Barbara Wesel.
Toyota and Bank of Tokyo-Mitsubishi UFJ have expressed concerns about access to the European single market after Brexit, with experts anticipating more defections in the coming months. Julian Ryall reports from Tokyo.
Brexit fears have prompted Brits in Germany to push to secure their rights. Their future looks uncertain as negotiations reach crunch time, and the chance to become dual nationals trickles away, Sarah Bradbury reports.
The UK could bring in tough new controls on migration from the EU without actually having to leave the bloc, former Prime Minister Tony Blair says. Concerns over immigration were cited by many who voted for Brexit.
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