Al Jazeera/Inside Story: What's the future of the UK in the wake of Brexit?
A majority of British voters have opted to leave the European Union.
The United Kingdom has decided to become the first major economy to leave the 28-member state of the European Union.
It is the culmination of four months of bitter campaigning that has exposed deep rifts in British society.
But it is also the result of years of scepticism about the EU in the UK, where Brussels and EU officials are often perceived as unaccountable political elite, who have too much power over the lives of British people.
That is a statement disputed by those who campaigned for the UK to remain in the EU. But this vote was as much about emotion and disillusionment with the status quo, as it was about Britain's future in the EU.
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Commentaries, Analysis, And Editorials On Brexit -- June 25, 2016
Is Britain ready for Brexit? -- Ross Hawkins, BBC
Post Brexit, Britain still torn between nationalism and global leadership -- Harold Evans, Reuters
Brexit: A Very British Revolution -- Fraser Evans, WSJ
Now that Britain wants out, EU must figure out how to do it -- AP
How Europe should respond to Brexit -- Rosa Balfour, CNN
Brexit: What is Article 50 of the Lisbon Treaty and how will it affect Britain? -- Evening Standard
After Brexit vote, what Britain must do next -- Peter Apps, Reuters
Brexit - the chaos that will be felt around the world -- John lloyd, Reuters
Nexit, Frexit or Italeave? British vote fires up EU's 'Outers' -- Dominic Evans and Marion Dunai, Reuters
Brexit: 'EU can no longer cope with its crises' -- Interview: Volker Wagener, DW
How David Cameron could have avoided an EU Leave vote -- Henry Mance and Jim Pickard, Financial Times
Humbled by his arrogance: A highly able leader who rescued the economy, Cameron was ultimately ruined by a lack of conviction, poor judgement and a weakness for Etonian cronies -- Max Hastings, Daily Mail
Complacency and premature celebrations in the Number 10 bunker turned to panic - then tears -- Andrew Pierce, Daily Mail
Get Ready for the Age of Boris -- Tim Stanley, Daily Telegraph
Brexit: Boris Johnson launches pitch to be the Prime Minister that leads Britain out of Europe -- Oliver Wright, The Independent
Britain’s Democratic Failure -- Kenneth Rogoff, Project Syndicate
Fear and Loathing in Britain: Brexit Is an Act of Deliberate Self-Mutilation -- Christoph Scheuermann, Spiegel Online
EU rhetoric has been counter-productive -- Independent editorial
Britain and the EU: A tragic split -- The Economist
The Day the British People Defied Their Jailers -- Tim Stanley, Telegraph
The English have placed a bomb under the Irish peace process -- Fintan O'Toole, The Guardian
Arab perspectives on Brexit -- Al Jazeera
Brexit: These countries could be next now that Britain has left the EU -- Sydney Morning Herald
Brexit a 'Wake-up Call' and 'End of a World' for Global Leaders -- ABC News
News Analysis: Reforms urgently needed for EU post-Brexit -- Shuai Rong, Zhao Xiaona, Liang Linlin, New China
Anti-establishment tsunami sweeps Europe -- Ray Sanchez and Amanda Wills, CNN
Behind the support for Brexit and Trump: Economic resentment -- AP
Google search spike suggests people don't know why they Brexited -- Rich McCormick, Verge