brexit: everything you need to know about what happens next
What's going on? Will there be a second referendum? Or does Brexit really mean Brexit? Political journalist Marie Le Conte explains it all.
Marie Le Conte
wolfgang tillmans launches fresh campaign to protect the european union
The photographer continues the pro-EU project he started before the Brexit vote, producing free posters ahead of a possible "Nexit" bid in the Netherlands.
migrant workers plan day of action in protest at brexit
As we face up to the reality of what Brexit means, the group set to be most affected are planning a labour boycott to protest against rising racism and xenophobia. We should all support it and fight back against the divisive rhetoric.
experiencing brexit as an immigrant
As a first generation immigrant, the Brexit referendum wasn’t merely a singular political event, but rather the latest chapter in a narrative that has shaped the course of my entire life.
post-brexit britain: where are we now?
The EU referendum, David Cameron's resignation, Angela Eagle's coup against Jeremy Corbyn, Theresa May's appointment. Britain's political landscape has changed beyond recognition in the past month. As the doom and gloom of a post-Brexit Britain sinks...
the fashion world joins london's emotional pro-eu protest
Vivienne Westwood, Alexa Chung and Blondey McCoy march on Downing Street to voice their love for the EU.
is wearing a safety pin going to help combat post-brexit racism?
Kickstarted on Twitter, a new campaign is encouraging people to wear a #safetypin to show solidarity with immigrants in the UK. But is the gesture really enough to tackle the onslaught of racist behaviour?
thousands stand together against brexit
In a show of unity with the European project, thousands of demonstrators gathered to protest against Brexit, rising xenophobia, and the chaos that faces UK politics.
sadiq khan calls for solidarity in the face of incidents of post-brexit racism
With a spate of racist incidents in the capital thought to be linked to the result of the EU Referendum, the London Mayor has called for solidarity in the face of “those who seek to divide us.”
where will brexit leave the activists of generation z?
Will we come out of this permanently disillusioned with a political system that shows little love for our futures, or with a new found energy to build a better world?
what now? your responses to brexit
As the UK woke up to a Vote Leave hangover, we issued a call-to-arms for our readers to discuss the Brexit issues that matter to them. As they share their hopes, fears and dreams of a better tomorrow, join the discussion as we hear from the voices that...
lost without eu — soundtrack britain's biggest ever break-up with this playlist
I’ve been wandering around the house all night, wondering what the hell to do. I’m trying to concentrate but all I can think of is EU. If, like us, you’ve never felt such an affinity to the opening words of Bryan Adams and Mel C’s 1998 banger 'When You...