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One month on, what has been the impact of the Brexit vote so far?

The Guardian - ‎22.07.2016‎
The EU referendum campaign was marked by a lot of claims about what would or wouldn't happen after the vote. What is clear is that the decision to leave the union will have far-reaching consequences for all areas of British society and the economy for ...

Brexit: Sturgeon to set out key Scottish interests that 'must be protected'

BBC News - ‎vor 4 Stunden‎
Scotland's first minister will outline her next steps in securing Scotland's position in Europe later, a month on from the Brexit vote. In a speech in Edinburgh, Nicola Sturgeon will set out key interests she believes must be protected. Previously she ...

Competitive streak is vital for nation's future

Irish Examiner - ‎vor 4 Stunden‎
... if not dominated by an 'America First' presidency under Donald Trump where US investment abroad comes under pressure?

Dover port chaos as thousands of drivers stuck in 15 hour queues and delays ...

Daily Mail - ‎vor 13 Stunden‎
Frustrated motorists facing days of misery after getting stuck in miles of gridlocked traffic near Dover have questioned whether the chaos was caused by the French authorities punishing Britain for leaving the EU. The mayhem has left 250,000 ... Tory ...

Theresa May meets Angela Merkel, says UK seeks 'sensible,' 'orderly' Brexit

CNN - ‎20.07.2016‎
London (CNN) Theresa May is meeting with German Chancellor Angela Merkel in Berlin Wednesday on her first international trip as Britain's Prime Minister, for talks that she hopes will help smooth Brexit negotiations. Speaking ... Both Scotland and ...

Brexit: The calm before more turmoil

The Straits Times - ‎vor 7 Stunden‎
For Brexit - as the process of Britain's separation from the EU is now popularly known - will have a profound impact on Europe as a whole, although not necessarily in ways predicted by many political and economic analysts today. Despite occasional ...

Monday Papers: Oil glut 'to last for two more years' - ‎vor 55 Minuten‎
Financial Times: Asset managers have bought nearly two thirds of corporate bonds issued since the financial crisis, according to new research that for the first time demonstrates the increased importance of fund companies to the City of London ...

Four parliaments should agree Brexit deal, says Carwyn Jones

BBC News - ‎22.07.2016‎
Any future deal on Brexit should be ratified by all four UK parliaments, First Minister Carwyn Jones has said. He spoke after a meeting of the British Irish Council in Cardiff to discuss the UK's vote to leave the European Union. Mr Jones said Brexit ...

Boris Johnson distinguishes Brexit from Donald Trump's 'America first' policy

The Guardian - ‎22.07.2016‎
Boris Johnson appeared to distance Britain from Donald Trump on Friday, saying that the country's decision to leave the European Union should not be likened to the Republican presidential candidate's “America first” isolationist foreign policy. The ...

Financial markets have 'weathered' Brexit uncertainty

BBC News - ‎21.07.2016‎
Europe's financial markets have "weathered" the uncertainty caused by Britain's vote to leave the EU, according to the president of the European Central Bank (ECB). Mario Draghi said markets had displayed "courage and resilience". In its first rate ...

US dollar eyed as safe haven in shadow of forecast Asian recession -- NBK

Kuwait News Agency - ‎vor 15 Stunden‎
After report on Wednesday stating that the Bank of England saw no evidence of a sharp slowing of activity after the "Brexit" vote, investors took the message of a light of optimism and took the Sterling Pound to as high as 1.3290. However, the ...

Sturgeon: Brexit deal should be backed by all UK parliaments

Scotsman - ‎22.07.2016‎
At an emergency British Irish Council summit, Ms Sturgeon welcomed a suggestion by Welsh First Minister Carwyn Jones that the deal should be supported by Holyrood, the Welsh Assembly, Stormont and Westminster.

British police report over 6000 hate crimes in month since Brexit vote

Deutsche Welle - ‎22.07.2016‎
... in month since Brexit vote. Britain's National Police Chiefs Council has reported more than 6,000 hate crime incidents across the United Kingdom since the EU referendum in late June. ... Hamilton noted the figure for the second half of the month ...

Analysis: How UK leaving the EU would increase climate targets for others

Carbon Brief - ‎20.07.2016‎
Though uncertainty shrouds the UK's future within the bloc following the Brexit vote, the proposal still includes the UK.

Will TTIP survive Brexit?

Financial Express - ‎vor 3 Stunden‎
June 23, 2016, will forever be a sad day in the history of the EU. Nearly 52% of the British population decided to leave the EU, reversing the decision taken in 1975 to join the common market. The 'leave' campaigners are exulting; they called the ...

Nicola Sturgeon says Scotland could stay in the EU and the UK (blog) - ‎17.07.2016‎
We are 'in uncharted territory with, effectively, a blank sheet of paper' in front of us - and that means 'there might be' a way that Scotland could stay in both the UK and the EU after Brexit, Nicola Sturgeon said on the Andrew Marr Show this morning.

Euro Bond Traders Seek Economic Inspiration After ECB Inaction

Bloomberg - ‎23.07.2016‎
And though President Mario Draghi stressed his “readiness, willingness, ability” to boost stimulus in coming months, he said the Governing Council didn't discuss specific instruments. The relative inertia before and after that announcement wasn't ...

Remarks by Vice-President Dombrovskis at the Atlantic Council

EU News - ‎18.07.2016‎
For the first time, a Member State has voted to leave the European Union. That's a challenge that goes to the heart of the European project. Getting the response right will be crucial for Europe's future. Following the resignation of my British ...

Britain will not abandon its 'leading role', Boris tells EU, as Theresa May urges ... - ‎18.07.2016‎
Boris Johnson is currently meeting his counterparts in Brussels for the first time at the Foreign Affairs Council. He will be under pressure ... Scotland's First Minister has accused the UK Government of "playing games" over Trident as MPs prepare to ...