If Britain does move to quit a united Europe, it won't be the first time. That dubious honor goes to the Roman province of Britannia in 286 A.D., which broke away from Roman control and set up its own empire, which lasted a decade.
One of the big unresolved questions around the referendum is what would happen in Northern Ireland in the event of a Brexit. A new frontier would be created between the EU and the UK, but what would this actually mean?
All of Britain is on edge waiting to see what happens in the EU referendum on Thursday. Could "Brexit" really happen? And if so, what does it mean for an estimated 1.2 million British citizens currently living in other European countries?
A breakup upon a breakup? Scotland this week said it's planning to hold another independence referendum, and that's tripping up Prime Minister Theresa May, as she prepares to trigger Britain's own divorce from the European Union.
"Brainwashed." That's how Darren Grimes describes many Britons of his age group who voted to remain in the EU. Grimes, who runs a website touting the benefits of Brexit, says Britain will be much better off on its own.
A British parliamentary committee investigating "fake news" and suspected foreign interference in politics said Tuesday it has asked Facebook for details on Russian-linked ads used during the Brexit vote and June's general election.
Romanian sex workers are reporting that they're being harassed and threatened with arrest and deportation by police, says the London Collective of Prostitutes. The group has published a pamphlet titled,"Sex workers are getting screwed by Brexit."
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