War of words erupts ahead of a referendum on refugees in the Eastern European state.
The U.K.'s former deputy prime minister tells Newsweek his coalition partners shifted to the right.
Wearing a burka or niqab in public has been outlawed in Ticino, southern Switzerland.
The U.K.'s secondary cities have benefited from central government support, from generous direct EU investments and by access to Europe's single market.
Nicola Sturgeon may have to take Scottish independence off the table to get a deal with the EU.
Mandelson said Corbyn's referendum campaign was 'near sabotage of what the Labour Party believes in.'
For the UK the shock will be severe, reducing growth in the order of 2-3 percent over the next 18 months. But will it spread to the rest of the world?
A surge in applications for Irish passports following Brexit puts pressure on country's consular offices.
David Cameron started laying the groundwork for his successor Monday.
What comes next is unclear—will renegotiation lead to a deal or a second referendum?
Parliament will be forced to consider the measure although Prime Minister David Cameron has said there won't be a second vote.
Senior Conservatives issue letter calling for Cameron to stay as PM regardless of referendum outcome.
The outcome of the landmark referendum may not be known until the late morning hours of Friday.
The way to a referendum voter may be through football.