Eighty years ago, the East End of London had one of the biggest riots in the city's history. Tens of thousands of Londoners clashed with police after right-wing extremists attempted to march through a Jewish neighborhood.
Brexit, the recent vote in Great Britain to leave the European Union, has roiled global financial markets, pushed the British pound to a 30-year low against the dollar and raised questions about how the UK and EU will now deal with the environment.
Christine and Peter Brierley cannot forget the Iraq War, or forgive Tony Blair. The former prime minister lead a war charge that ended up killing their son, Shaun, a lance corporal who died serving in the war in 2003.
The "special relationship" between the United States and the United Kingdom is ever "enduring," says President Obama. But how might the Brexit affect things? Clinton and Trump weigh in with their own opinions.
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