News Bulletin: The World Reacts to Brexit and all the Big Newsmakers this Week
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This whole week the world couldn’t stop talking about Brexit and its consequences. The EU referendum, which was held on June 23, has been making headlines ever since the results of the vote were announced.
In particular, many people are discussing possible outcomes of Brexit and what does leaving the European Union mean for the UK economy.
Shortly after the results of the EU referendum were announced, David Cameron announced he will step down as Prime Minister in October, adding that it will be up to his successor to carry out the Brexit process.
The UK could cut interest rates next month amid reports that sterling has reached its 31-year low, while property shares plummet.
Turkey, which is trying to become member of the EU, has recently suffered terror attack in the city of Istanbul, leaving 41 dead.
UK votes in favor of leaving European Union.
Brexit is happening: What next for the UK?
David Cameron resigns as Prime Minister; Former London Mayor and Brexit Out supporter Boris Johnson pulls out of Tory leader race.
EU reacts to Brexit: urges UK to make it quick.
Istanbul terror attack planned by ISIS leaves 41 dead.
Hillary Clinton leads Donald Trump by 6 points, according to latest polls.
UK to cut interest rates in July.
Brexit outcome: sterling reaches its 31-year low, while property shares plummet.
What does Brexit mean for your finances?
Iceland wins and England is kicked out from Euro 2016.
Who will be England’s new coach?
Michael Phelps qualifies for record fifth Olympic Games.
Game of Thrones won’t suffer from Brexit.
Adele moves thousands of people to tears at Glastonbury 2016.
Academy Awards seeks new measures to bring more diversity to Oscars.
Apple is developing a concert camera blocker.
Facebook updates its News Feed. Publishers may not like this change.
Microsoft is about to issue new major Windows 10 update.
This time in History
July 1: in 1997, Hong Kong officially returned from Britain to China.
June 30: in 1936, Margaret Mitchell’s Gone with the Wind was published.
June 27: in 1950, U.S. President Harry S. Truman ordered U.S. forces to enter South Korea.
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