Brussels is responsible for more than just regulations governing the curvature of bananas
Young people questioning why votes at 16 were allowed in the 2014 Scottish referendum
'People in this country have had enough of experts,' said Michael Gove earlier this month and the referendum result suggests he was right
The property market is bracing itself for reduced transactions and tumbling prices. But experts remain positive the industry can weather the storm triggered by Britain's departure from the European Union...
From tongue-in-cheek teasing, to passionate pleas for unity, how Europe's newspapers are marking referendum day
General uncertainty and a lower talent pool of EU grads applying for jobs cited among reasons
'In Brussels, there is no pedantic grocer who measures cucumbers... can Britain really believe this caricature?' asked Matteo Renzi
'In the 2015 Conservative manifesto, the Prime Minister reaffirmed his commitment to the immigration target he had been told was undeliverable,' says PM's former spin doctor
The men say they were 'lost' but are now with the Border Force
Both the Remain and Leave campaigns are making their last pitches for the EU referendum as we enter the final days of the campaigning period
The Yorkshire MP's final message says: 'We can do far more to deal with the pressures caused by migration from inside the EU'
'There's a feeling that those backing the European army are doing it for political reasons rather than military ones'
Diplomatic ties between Turkey and the EU continue to worsen
'Unequal treatment' of migrants is justified on the basis of 'protecting a member state's finances', says ECJ
Political commentator Robert Peston sums up reaction: 'Rupert Murdoch does not typically back the loser - and this is his call'
Margot Wallstrom said a vote to leave could spark more referendums elsewhere