Romanian sex workers are reporting that they're being harassed and threatened with arrest and deportation by police, says the London Collective of Prostitutes. The group has published a pamphlet titled,"Sex workers are getting screwed by Brexit."
A breakup upon a breakup? Scotland this week said it's planning to hold another independence referendum, and that's tripping up Prime Minister Theresa May, as she prepares to trigger Britain's own divorce from the European Union.
A once fringe idea, some Californians are now seriously contemplating Calexit.
Finance minister Philip Hammond said Sunday that Britain would "do whatever we need to do" to be competitive if the country left the European Union without concluding a trade agreement.
A new Donald Trump presidential campaign ad features streams of people walking underneath a bridge, while the Republican candidate’s voice speaks of “massive illegal immigration” to the US.
The UK government won't start the process of leaving the EU until early 2017, but businesses are already feeling the effects.
As the dust settles, post-Brexit vote, conflicting views remain of what it means to be British, and on what enhances and what threatens that identity. Host Mary Kay Magistad visited London, and chats with people on different sides of the issue, with takes on identity, immigration and borders that defy stereotypes.
Brexit, the recent vote in Great Britain to leave the European Union, has roiled global financial markets, pushed the British pound to a 30-year low against the dollar and raised questions about how the UK and EU will now deal with the environment.
British Prime Minister Theresa May met with German Chancellor Angela Merkel in her first foreign trip. Despite the country's pending EU exit, it was barely discussed.