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Dear Readers,
The United Kingdom has chosen to leave the European Union, in a vote that is likely to rock the 28-country bloc.
Official referendum results : 
51,9% for ‪Brexit‬ - 48,1% for Remain. 
The turnout was 72,16%.

 
David Cameron announced earlier this morning that he will step down as prime minister by October.
 
LIVE  :  Britain votes to leave the EU [EN]
BREXIT : Les dernières actualités en direct [FR]

Conclave to decide the future of the EU

The leaders of the EU will convene in two formats over the 28-19 June summit, EurActiv.com has learned. The first will be with the outgoing UK Prime Minister David Cameron, and a second gathering without him will discuss the way forward without Britain, and decide the holding of a Conclave in July to discuss the future of the EU.
 
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Britain terminates failed marriage and heads for messy divorce

Between those cheering out of joy and those containing their tears, some are already at work devising the terms of what will come down as the most destructive political divorce in history.
 
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Scotland, Northern Ireland and Gibraltar eye turbulent future

Three of the constituent parts of the United Kingdom that voted to remain in the EU – Scotland, Northern Ireland and tiny Gibraltar – are now facing calls for referendums on their future.
 
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Brexit must not cost Wales ‘a single penny’, warns First Minister

Welsh First Minister Carwyn Jones insisted this morning that Cardiff be fully involved with the negotiations to come, and that the Principality should “not lose a penny”.
 
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UK economy plunges into unknown on Brexit

Britain’s economy was plunged into a dizzying unknown as the country lurched towards the EU exit, with the world economy bracing for a hit on growth and unemployment.
 
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Tusk: we are prepared for this negative scenario

Speaking to the press this morning, Donald Tusk, president of the European Council, said that he wants to “reassure eve
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