Europe is in disarray after last week’s referendum vote in the UK to leave the European Union. Great Britain it seems is out. What will really happen after the Brexit vote: will other member countries now follow the British example?
British Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson has resigned, becoming the latest Brexiteer to quit PM Theresa May's Cabinet. It follows May's attempts to strong arm her Cabinet into accepting a so-called "soft Brexit."
The highest profile ruling party figure to call for a second Brexit referendum has put more cats among Theresa May's pigeons. Support for a new poll is gaining traction, as May's compromise looks increasingly stillborn.
In an interview with a UK tabloid, Trump said Brexit negotiations were "too slow," but denied criticizing May. The interview was published just hours before a scheduled lunch with May and tea with Queen Elizabeth.
Boris Johnson's Brexit dream has died and there are no tears for his fellow resigned UK minister, David Davis. Meanwhile, the Chequers plan could still derail Prime Minister Theresa May and football reigns over politics.
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