The Brexit could lead to economic renewal for the UK, but only if the country stops taking neoliberal economic opinions from Financial Times, The Economist and others of their kind.
A look at the domestic and global impact of the UK leaving the European Union, and whether or not holding a referendum to decide the matter is good idea.
Media reports, citing witnesses, said the attacker shouted out “Britain first”, which is the name of a right-wing nationalist group. Labour MP Jo Cox was a vocal advocate for Britain remaining in the European Union.
Prime Minister David Cameron, who supports Britain staying in the EU, has come under fire during the campaign for failing to deliver a promise to keep net migration to the “tens of thousands”.
The prime minister has decided that Britain will take more Syrian child refugees who had made it to Europe, in a move to quell a rebellion in his party before a referendum on EU membership.
The stark view from Brussels means Britain could initially be cut adrift without any preferential relationship with its biggest trade partner.