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BREXIT: Sources of Information

August 2016

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Image (left): The Elizabeth Tower and Big Ben,
Palace of Westminster, London
Courtesy of Ellen Terrell


Given the fast pace of change, news sources are going to be key in understanding what is happening with regard to BREXIT. Databases with full-text articles are good sources for newspaper articles as well as for articles in more specific trade journals that may have a particular focus and cover themes that may not be in more general interest news sources. Below are listed a few major papers and news sources including the Telegraph where Christopher Booker has written a number of pieces on aspects of the UK/EU relationship. Check your local public or university library for these or other sources that may be available to you locally.

Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung (in German) External Link

BBC External Link External Link

CNN - BREXIT External Link

European Parliament news on BREXIT External Link

Evening Standard – BREXIT External Link

The Express External Link

Financial Times – EU Referendum External Link

Guardian – EU Referendum External Link

Independent External Link

Irish Independent -  BREXIT External Link

Irish Times - BREXIT External Link

ITV news – EU Referendum External Link

Libération (in French) External Link

Market Watch - BREXIT External Link

Le Monde (in French) External Link

Reuters External Link

The Scotsman External Link

Süddeutsche Zeitung  (in German) External Link

The Telegraph External Link External Link

Last updated: 03/10/2017

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