What we need is cool logic.
From France to Poland, we'll be rounding up Europe's responses to the EU referendum result.
Multiple Sinn Féin party figures either side of the border have called for a poll, but Taoiseach Enda Kenny says conditions are not currently met.
You need businesses to create jobs, and businesses are nervy.
Margaret Hodge and Ann Coffey have submitted a motion ahead of Monday's PLP meeting.
Sturgeon has said that Scotland being "taken out of the EU" would be democractically unacceptable, and says legislation will be prepared to prepare for a possible referendum.
Boston's Leave vote, Gibralter for Remain, and the sundering in Sunderland.
Farage admitted that there was no guarantee the money will go to the NHS, but reassured viewers that £350m a week will be spent on something.
Remain believed that economic risk would deliver victory. But the Brexiters had a more potent weapon: immigration.
The UK backs Brexit in the EU referendum.
When we hatched Lenin under our broody hen, we had to idea what was to come.
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