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Brexit. Means. Brexit. But what does it all mean so far?
We haven't even left the EU yet, but the fallout from the vote is already robbing millennials of their prospects.
Cameron's off-the-cuff tune is the cute "oopsy-daisy-hows-your-father-evenin-guvnor-fucked-yer-country" ditty we've all been waiting for.
An illustrated guide to David Cameron's ruined legacy.
Everyone in the UK is pretty on edge right now. Here's why.
I ate a potato, tried to pray and enjoyed to company of some sheep.
The new e-book, 'Pounded by the Pound,' imagines a steamy, post-Brexit hellscape starring a guy and his giant, living British Pound coin companion.
Overall, the tone was that the general public of poor, old and uneducated people didn't seem to realise just what they'd voted for in the EU referendum.
We got in touch with VICE's European offices (whether they're in member states or not) to find out how young people feel about this news.
We asked our European VICE offices how they'd feel about a Brexit.
What happens on the EU gravy train? NGO workers, journalists, civil servants, lobbyists, consultants told us as candidly as they could about the pleasures and pitfalls of Eurobubblin' it.
David Cameron convinced EU leaders to essentially prevent EU nationals working in the UK from accessing in-work benefits. But what do the people affected by the freeze actually think about it?