Britons will vote on June 23 on whether to leave the world's largest free trading area, a decision with far-reaching implications for politics, the economy, trade, defence and migration in Britain and the rest of the EU.
A total of 433,695 Britons applied to vote in the country's European Union referendum during a 48-hour extension period granted earlier this week after huge demand close to the original deadline overwhelmed the registration w
Britain's interior minister said on Friday that remaining in the European Union would keep the country safer, as she arrived at her last EU ministerial before a referendum on whether to leave the bloc.
The CPB's analysis, which reviewed four other Brexit scenarios in the EU, provided the most negative outlook yet on the possible impact of a British exit for the Netherlands. The government and central bank have so far said t
Tony Blair and John Major will say on Thursday that a vote to leave the European Union on June 23 would jeopardise the unity of the United Kingdom by undermining the peace in Northern Ireland and stoking calls for Scottish in
While some world leaders have trumpeted support for Britain to stay in the European Union in this month's referendum, China has kept a low profile. But with an important stake in the economic consequences, Beijing also quietl
The Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development is increasingly pessimistic about the global economy and is warning that the "low-growth trap" will continue if governments don't change tack on spending and trade.
Beijing has long been worried about the implications of free trade-supporting Britain leaving the bloc and of any weakening of a grouping which it views as a vital counterbalance to the United States, diplomats say.
Brexit is a "tail risk" for India which is the third largest investor into the UK in terms of number of projects, Development Bank of Singapore (DBS) has said as Britain gears up for the crucial referendum next month.