Many poorer rural parts of Britain voted for Brexit. People here feel like it’s the European Union’s fault they’ve been left behind.
Germany's chancellor congratulated Boris Johnson on his victory, but then warned EU leaders of a possible "economic competitor on our door" as Brexit materializes. She also defended Poland's exemption from new CO2 goals.
Thomas Cook is probably the best-known UK firm to drown under a huge debt pile. Shadowy private equity deals and low-interest rates have led to a record increase in corporate financing at a time of ultra-low margins.
Support for Labour and the Conservatives has collapsed, with the Brexit Party and pro-Remain parties coming out on top. So where does this leave the UK? Samira Shackle reports from London.
These days, the Northern Ireland peace process and free trade mean you'd hardly notice that there was a border separating two parts of the Emerald Isle. Brexit could make things complicated once again.
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