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Revellers carry their belongings as they arrive at Worthy Farm in Somerset for the Glastonbury Festival  on June 22nd, 2016. Photograph: Stoyan Nenov/Reuters

Glastonbury festival-goers will be glad to hear that the sun is predicted to come out on Thursday after arriving to a mud bath the day before as rain (...)

Since the announcement of a planned referendum last year, British nationals living and working in Brussels have been nervously assessing their future. Photograph: Reuters

As the British electorate votes in the most important referendum for a generation, across the channel EU officials are nervously awaiting a result tha(...)

Sue Hopgood,  polling clerk for Maldon District Council, prepares the polling station set up at the Little Braxted Bakery in Little Braxted, Essex. Photograph:  Nick Ansell/PA Wire

Tens of millions of people across the UK will vote today in a referendum which could take the country out of the EU after more than four decades. Po(...)

 Brendan Cox,  widower of MP Jo Cox, and their two children Cuillin (5) and Lejla (3) prepare to join a floating commemoration on the River Thames, where the family lived on a houseboat. Photograph: Jack Taylor/Getty Images

Jo Cox’s murder has inspired far more love than the hatred that killed her, her husband has said in an emotional tribute at a celebration of the murde(...)

Nigel Farage, leader of Ukip: hoping to claim credit if Britain leaves the EU but the official Leave campaign has been trying to distance itself from Ukip. Photograph: Chris Ratcliffe/Bloomberg

Nigel Farage has mounted an attempt to claim all the political credit if the United Kingdom votes to leave the European Union, declaring the Leave cam(...)

A plane carrying a banner with the words ‘Take Control #VoteLeave’ emblazoned on it flies above London’s Trafalgar Square during a rally in tribute to Labour MP Jo Cox. Photograph: Daniel Leal-Olivas/PA Wire

Brexit campaigners have been branded “disgusting” after a plane carrying a banner urging people to vote to leave the EU interrupted a memorial service(...)

Irish shares rose on the eve the Brexit referenum, in line with global markets, as investors took their lead from bookmakers’ shortening odds on the UK remaining in the EU, even as polls indicated the race is too close to call.

Irish shares rose on the eve the Brexit referenum, in line with global markets, as investors took their lead from bookmakers’ shortening odds on the U(...)

State’s Special Rapporteur on Child Protection Geoffrey Shannon. Mr Shannon has said legislation should be introduced compelling schools to have a strong disciplinary code on bullying and cyberbullying. File photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill/The Irish Times

Legislation should be introduced compelling schools to have a strong disciplinary code on bullying and cyberbullying, the State’s Special Rapporteur o(...)

Senator David Norris has said that RTÉ’s Oireachtas Report programme is obliged to report on the Seanad. File photograph: Gareth Chaney/Collins

Senator David Norris has said that RTÉ’s Oireachtas Report programme is obliged to report on the Seanad, “however vapid they may consider our proceedi(...)

Darren Adamson, a Vote Leave campaigner, holds a Vote Leave placard as he rides in a modified FV432 armoured personnel carrier, driven by Dale McKenzie, in the Southwick district of Sunderland, earlier in June.  Photograph: Simon Dawson/Bloomberg

The passion for football in northeast England is renowned. On a balmy weekday evening, a few hundred people have gathered in a pedestrianised street i(...)

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