Brexit – how Britain voted

Videographic showing how the four nations of the United Kingdom voted in the EU referendum in 2016. Britons who have changed their minds since voting to leave the European Union are among those uniting to call for another chance to reverse the decision in 2019. VIDEOGRAPHICS

Londoners react as May faces confidence vote by her party

British people share their frustration and concern as British Prime Minister Theresa May faces a no-confidence motion from her own party over the unpopular Brexit deal she struck with EU leaders last month. The move has plunged her deeper into her biggest crisis since she took office after Britons voted in June 2016 to leave the European Union.

Tens of thousands rally in London for new Brexit vote

Tens of thousands of Britons dreading life outside Europe rally in the heart of London in a bid to try and stop their country’s looming breakup with the EU. IMAGES

The Queen welcomes Trump to Windsor Castle

Queen Elizabeth II welcomes US President Donald Trump to Windsor Castle for a meeting which many Britons find the toughest part of his trip to swallow. Trump and his wife Melania watch a military ceremony together with the 92-year-old British monarch outside Windsor Castle.

The Queen welcomes Trump to Windsor Castle

Queen Elizabeth II welcomes US President Donald Trump to Windsor Castle for a meeting which many Britons find the toughest part of his trip to swallow. IMAGES

‘Voices of Brexit’ – the Scottish bagpiper

As Brexit negotiations continue between the UK and the EU, Britons and Europeans share their thoughts on progress made in divorce proceedings — as well as their hopes and fears for the future once ties are severed. Robyn Ada McKay, 20, a professional bagpiper from Scotland, says she voted for Britain to remain in the EU and now worries that working and studying abroad will become more difficult.

‘Voices of Brexit’ – the Romanian UK farmworker

As Brexit negotiations continue between the UK and the EU, Britons and Europeans share their thoughts on progress made in divorce proceedings — as well as their hopes and fears for the future once ties are severed. Gabriela Szomoru is a Romanian farmworker who moved to Britain on a visa aged 19. She worked her way up from the fields and is now the bookkeeper at Laurence J. Betts, a salad farm in Offham, Kent, southeast England. She shares her fears about discrimination against EU nationals in the UK after Brexit.

‘Voices of Brexit’ – the British NGO worker in Brussels

As Brexit negotiations continue between the UK and the EU, Britons and Europeans share their thoughts on progress made in divorce proceedings — as well as their hopes and fears for the future once ties are severed.Emily Macintosh works for the European Environmental Bureau in Brussels. She voted to remain in the EU as she believes it brings better protection for the environment and social rights – and because she wants to remain a European citizen, she has decided to apply for a Belgian citizenship.

‘Voices of Brexit’ – the British barman in Paris

As Brexit negotiations continue between the UK and the EU, Britons and Europeans share their thoughts on progress made in divorce proceedings — as well as their hopes and fears for the future once ties are severed. David Rooney is a British bartender in Paris. Since he’s been away from the UK for more than fifteen years he lost his right to vote in the referendum. He says he’s prepared for the possibility that he might have to move back to the UK as he doesn’t have French citizenship.