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Cameron’s luck runs out, leaving British Conservatives in limbo

The referendum initiated by Prime Minister David Cameron on Britain’s EU membership was a gamble too far.

After Brexit, Scotland and N. Ireland eye their own exit

Thursday’s stunning vote to depart the EU could end in the breakup of the UK itself.

Front pages tell the story of impassioned Brexit views

From London to Dublin, newspapers told the Brexit story in unique ways, offering a glimpse into the emotions behind the historic vote.

Why the surprise over Brexit? Don’t blame the polls

EU referendum joins a pretty long list of election forecasting errors, but it wasn’t a cataclysmic one.

Obama says UK is committed to orderly exit out of EU

The president briefly addressed Brexit while speaking at Stanford University today.

After Brexit, Sinn Fein seeks Irish reunification vote

Sinn Fein is calling for a referendum, adding to the political fallout of Thursday’s vote.

Opinion & Ideas

OPINION | JOHN BOLTON

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Brexit was a result of UK citizens believing that they were losing control over those governing them.

Antipsychotic drugs in nursing homes

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Federal data obtained by the Globe show many nursing homes make heavy use of antipsychotic drugs to pacify residents.

Globe Investigations

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Read recent stories and ongoing investigations from the Globe’s journalists.