"European markets have suffered more than those in the UK since the vote"
The referendum was the start of a national re-alignment of British politics
A panel of contributors offer their views
Some see it as evidence of waning western influence, other were more interested in sharing comic strips on social media
Daniel Hannan / July 5, 2016
"Our challenge now is to find a status that both sides can at least live with"
There is little that is material to panic about—so far
Claire Spencer / July 4, 2016
It was presented last week—but you could be forgiven for not noticing
Lawrence Summers—"There is a better than fifty-fifty chance if a hard Brexit scenario appears"
My children and their cousins understand the value of their pan-European heritage
David Runciman / June 30, 2016
A rejection of the networked world