Britain, Europe and the world are coming to terms with the historic decision by the British people to leave the EU. The referendum was called by PM David Cameron. But it was not the result he had campaigned for, so he has announced his resignation.
After a week of intense EU-UK negotiations over the ‘Irish question,’ white smoke came with news of an agreement on Friday morning. But what does all the diplomatic jargon actually mean?
British businesses are cautiously optimistic about the initial deal between the EU and the UK. But what do people on the street make of it? Samira Shackle reports from London.
A UK paper has found that 50 percent of Brits would support another vote on the final terms of a Brexit deal. The poll comes ahead of Monday's crunch meeting between UK PM Theresa May and the EU's Jean-Claude Juncker.
Lonely UK Prime Minister Theresa May has no clothes, a former political rival speaks his mind and the hour of historical revenge finally arrives for the Irish.
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