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In the wake of the UK referendum vote to leave the EU, there has been no shortage of analysis of the voting patterns of the electorate: who voted to leave and why. Given the momentous – and unexpected – result, the level of interest is hardly surprising. While some patterns are clear, others are harder… » read more

  Posted by Peter Bye

Guest blog post by Georges Dassis, President of EESC, and Conny Reuter, Co-Chairman of the Liaison Group. Europe has not changed over the past week, but the challenges have become clearer. A majority of the British people has expressed the wish to leave the European Union, a decision which we respect, but regret because of… » read more

  Posted by The Guest Blog

Nigel Farage’s decision to end his leadership of the UK Independence Party (UKIP) is the latest aftershock of the political earthquake triggered by the Brexit referendum’s outcome. As the Eurosceptics’ victory threatens to disintegrate not only the European Union, but also the United Kingdom itself, even the Leave campaign’s most prominent figures are unwilling to… » read more

  Posted by europainmundo

Britain has voted to leave the EU and this is seemingly irreversible. But the million-dollar question is what should come next. The result of the referendum was tight. This is particularly unfair on the young and on the people in major urban centres who have overwhelmingly voted to remain in the EU. It furthermore seems… » read more

  Posted by Drazen Simic

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