A Tory leader called a vote and left Britain in turmoil - haven't we been here before?
From bendy bananas to Scottish independence - a timeline of turmoil and chaos.
Top Liberal Democrat says families across the UK will face a 'Brexit squeeze' thanks to the split.
Without their interventions, the Brexit and Trump results might have been very different.
Party's economic spokesman Patrick O'Flynn MEP made claim to IBTimes UK.
Young people are smart and serious about democracy unlike older men and women who have given up.
'EU citizens face uncertainty, then hassle, expense, red tape bureaucracy and paperwork.'
A poll suggesting that some are now regretting voting Leave is scant comfort if she's heading for victory.
In a post-truth world, not every referendum is democratic.
Jeremy Corbyn appeared to be flirting with the idea but has now rejected it.
The UK is turning ever more right-wing, inward-looking and callous.
A PACAC report said that the EU referendum website crash may have been caused by a DDoS attack.
Interview: Carswell spoke to IBTimes UK about leaving Ukip, his new book and his theory of populism.
"Our NHS would simply be unable to cope without the work done by over 60,000 staff from other EU countries".
Nigel Farage is not going to be a happy bunny as Reckless joins the Tory Welsh Assembly grouping.
British enclave's chief minister Fabian Picardo accuses Spain of manipulating European Council for political gain.
The working class has been deliberately racialised and divided.
Latest YouGov poll puts Labour leader on -44 and Mayor of London on +35 in the UK capital.
Draft negotiating guidelines from EU Council are in reply to Theresa May's Article 50 notification.
Document was hand-delivered by the UK's chief representative to the EU, Sir Tim Barrow.
Prime minister plans to address MPs in the House of Commons as the two-year negotations begin.
Former deputy prime minister said he could see an "inner Remainer" within the Conservative premier.
Read the full article from the former Chancellor as he compares himself to Brexit rival Boris Johnson.
'If you no longer have Brussels to blame, then Westminster takes its place,' Miller said.
Labour says the UK government is talking up recklessly crashing out of the bloc.
Analysis of EU referendum voting patterns by the BBC's Martin Rosenbaum simply inflames prejudices already poisoning political debate.
Net migration drops to a two-year low but is still a way off Conservatives' "tens of thousands" pledge.
The former prime minister says voters had the right to change their minds.
He criticised politicians for not defending judges after the Brexit legal challenge.
Police figures showed record hate crime levels after the June EU Referendum.