In Sunday's referendum, almost all Hungarian voters rejected EU quotas for resettling refugees across the 28-nation bloc. But little more than 40 percent actually voted — well below the threshold needed for the referendum to be valid. And some who did vote spoiled their ballot in protest.
Britain will not leave Europe. It just won't happen. The entire drama should be looked at as a giant hoax.
The "special relationship" between the United States and the United Kingdom is ever "enduring," says President Obama. But how might the Brexit affect things? Clinton and Trump weigh in with their own opinions.
UK voters say they want to leave the European Union. There will be economic consequences.
The team behind Brexit knew how to play to nationalist fears of "the other," summed up in one anti-refugee poster.
The people of Britain vote next week on whether to remain in the European Union or leave. But who exactly can vote?
A group of friends in the UK felt that the discussion surrounding the potential British exit from the European Union was not targeted at them or the younger generation. So they came up with their own campaign.