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Brexit: Increase in racist attacks after EU referendum

Violence, intimidation and calls of "Go home" directed at minorities from Europeans in England to non-white Britons.

Polish cultural centre

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Brexit: Juncker, Farage spar in heated Brussels debate

Far-right leaders rejoice vote to leave the bloc ahead of UK PM Cameron's first post-Brexit meeting with EU leaders.

Nigel Farage

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George Osborne: Only the UK can trigger Article 50

Chancellor says Britain should wait until new prime minister is in place to divorce EU as he tries to calm markets.

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Spain election: Conservatives win, but without majority

Political deadlock likely to continue as Popular Party fails to win majority needed to form government on its own.

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Labour's Jeremy Corbyn faces crisis after Brexit vote

Labour leader Corbyn fires shadow foreign secretary for attempting coup, as more than a dozen members resign.

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Iceland: Gudni Johannesson elected new president

Final count shows 39 percent voted for history professor Gudni Johannesson to take up ceremonial role.

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Poland 'shocked' by xenophobic abuse of Poles in UK

Polish ambassador expresses "deep concern" after reports of abuse directed against UK-based Poles in the wake of Brexit.

Poles

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Scottish leader threatens to veto Brexit

First Minister Nicola Sturgeon says her government may use legal means to block Britain's exit from the EU

First Minister Nicola Sturgeon

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After Brexit, Spain holds general election

Spaniards vote for second time in six months but opinion polls suggest repeat election may not break deadlock.

Pablo Iglesias

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Brexit: Labour's Jeremy Corbyn sacks Hilary Benn

Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn fires Hilary Benn, shadow foreign secretary, for leading a coup, as another member resigns.

Hilary Benn

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