Brussels can handle losing London, but it really wants to keep Rome.
Given how plebiscites have panned out for other leaders over the past few years, they are right to be squeamish.
Scottish Parliament to Vote on Brexit Deal Before U.K Commons
Will the European Union—like the continent’s old empires—also be swept away?
The Balkans Are Coming Apart at the Seams Again
EU Envoys Said to Plan Pre-Summit Meeting Oct. 12: Brexit Update
Whole families, whole districts, whole towns are feeling abandoned and there’s not much to fix it on the horizon
Corbyn Warns `Tech Giants' That He'll Seek to Curb Their Powers
The Ugly Side of Poland’s Booming Economy
Trump Organization Plans $197 Million Expansion in Scotland
It’s not the kind of greeting Scotland’s tourist brochures advertise, let alone for world leaders.
If Trump Heads to Scotland, Government Says It Wants a Refund
Sunderland was the first district to declare its emphatic support for Brexit in the referendum two years ago.
Brexit Divides Scots as More Warm to Economics of Independence
So much for the return to stability.
Scottish First Minister to Meet EU Brexit Negotiator in Brussels
Scotland's Bid for Another Shot at Independence Is Creeping Back
Brexit Rebels in Scotland Add to Theresa May's Disarray
Scottish Parliament Rejects Brexit Bill in Challenge to May
Catalan Cause Ripples Across Europe With Surrender in Scotland
Scottish Judges to Hear Case on Whether U.K. Able to Halt Brexit