Less than 6 percent of the U.K.'s Poles plan on leaving.
Theresa May is about to become the most powerful among a growing list of female world leaders.
One Remain voter calls for tolerance and discussion in the face of fear and depression.
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.
Supposed EU advocates had been failing for years to make the positive case for Britain's membership.
Fixing Britain's weaknesses will require reforms that may end up punishing the very voters who thought voting for Brexit would change their lives for the better.
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?
The "Romanians for Remainians" campaign wants to find friends for disillusioned voters.
The British referendum has not turned out to be the final word. In both the U.K. and the EU, leaders are now pausing to consider their options.
Britons rejected handouts and 'facts' in favor of the vague but powerful promise of control.
What comes next is unclear—will renegotiation lead to a deal or a second referendum?
But the former Prime Minister said the first priority was for both sides to get a good deal from Brussels.
Brexit guarantees that a Europe already consumed with problems at home will turn even more inward. That's not good news for Washington.
Brexit will reignite simmering domestic debates over how to balance the defense of U.S. sovereignty with the imperative of international cooperation.
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One of the biggest questions is whether U.K. Prime Minister David Cameron will resign.
Farage has campaigned for the U.K. to leave Europe for 25 years.