Brexit: The week that shook the world
A division bell is tolling across Europe and beyond in the wake of the British electorate’s shock decision to quit the EU
Brexit has altered everything. The vote has redefined the future of Europe. It has rocked the political establishment. It has threatened the very existence of the United Kingdom. It has spooked the financial markets, rattled investors and crippled policymakers. It has altered history.
But in another sense, Brexit has changed nothing. At least not yet. It remains unclear when Article 50 will be invoked, the legal instrument that will break the cord between Britain and...
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