Brexit: What happens now? …
Those people who do not avidly track global economic events may be a bit confused by the growing tensions surrounding the U.K. referendum to exit the European Union, otherwise known as the "Brexit."
With a victorious vote out of the European Union, Brexit has caused the sterling pound to collapse to lows as low as 1985 as U.K. stock futures plunge something that we previous warned about a month ago.
Well that escalated quickly...Speaking from in front of 10 Downing Street, UK PM David Cameron just stated that he will step down as Prime Minister, explaining that "I think the country requires fresh leadership."
Please recall that Prime Minister David Cameron repeatedly stated there will be no second vote. Cameron also stipulated that he would invoke article 50 of the Lisbon treaty, which represents formal notification of a decision to leave the EU.
Doom! Destruction! Total anarchy in the streets! Wait a minute - the sun has risen and the world is still continuing on as per usual, granted with a few expected hiccups.
When one thinks of lines of people waiting patiently to obtain "hard currency", one may think Russia, as was the case in December 2014 when the currency was plunging...
Clinton, Democrats could suffer if U.K. voters pull out of EU, causing a global financial sell-off.
* Political fallout would reach beyond Britain * Two new polls find "Remain" in the lead * Financial volatility likely either way
"Pound Would Decline Precipitously". Fear and mass panic are known to among the most dangerous threats we face… And absolute chaos could ensue for currency markets, if the warnings hold true. Tomorrow is the much feared Brexit vote, and on th
On June 23, millions of United Kingdom citizens will vote to leave the European Union. And millions of others will vote to remain. If the leavers win, the UK and EU will begin a methodical divorce that many analysts expect to destabilize the nation a
'remain' will be declared the winner even if 'leave' wins the vote. (NaturalNews) Here at Natural News, we fully endorse the BREXIT vote to leave the European Union. (Heck, we even support #Texit for Texas independence!) Yet I predict that "remain" w
through torrential downpours to cast their EU Referendum vote as latest poll shows result is on a knife edge. Today's big vote is only the third time in British history a nationwide referendum has taken place Kingston Council in south west
NIGEL FARAGE today urged Britons to "go out and vote for your country" tomorrow as the country nears its historic vote on EU membership.
Prime minister in emotional attempt to persuade voters to reject Brexiters' 'untruths' on eve of referendum
The Bilderberg-CFR-Trilateral elites are bringing all hands on deck to stop Britons from voting to leave the EU, in the June 23 Brexit referendum.
Families reported being stuck in the chaos all day as gangs of migrants attacked the causeway in waves, hurling rocks and other projectiles at cars and breaking into lorries.
While SocGen's Albert Edwards has opined previously on the topic of Brexit (with an apparent interest in a "leave" outcome), overnight he once again revisits the only thing that matters to markets over the next 24 hours, and looks at the possible out
England football legend David Beckham has revealed that he wants Remain to win at the EU referendum, with a last ditch plea to the British public ahead of the 23 June vote.
Europe is in deep trouble whichever way the EU referendum in the UK turns out, David Brown, the chief executive of independent consultancy group, New View Economics warns. He said: "The real worry is that the world is already slipping back into a bla
On June 23rd, the UK will vote on whether to stay in the European Union (the "remain" campaign) or leave the EU ("Brexit").
How closely is Daniel Miller tracking the news ahead of the referendum on whether Britain should leave the European Union? "Hourly!" he grins. The Sun's recent editorial calling for the UK's departure got him quite excited.
Russia's Putin: why did Britain call Brexit referendum … Russian President Vladimir Putin on Friday questioned why British Prime Minister David Cameron had called a referendum on Britain's membership of the European Union. "If it's such a
There are serious economic, social and political issues at stake in the world right now, and those fighting for them are fighting dirty.
Greg Heffer for the Express UK reports European Council president Donald Tusk made the astonishing claim while also telling Britons he can not guarantee a positive relationship between Brussels and the UK following a Leave result on June 23.
A challenge to the UK's right to deny some EU migrants child benefit and child tax credits has been rejected by European judges.
With British mood turning sharply negative toward remaining in the Eurozone according to recent polls, and Brexit suddenly looming, the worst case scenario for the scaremongers is starting to play out:
Sadiq Khan, London's first Muslim mayor, announced Monday that "body shaming" advertisements will no longer be allowed in London's public transport.