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Help your readers decipher the impact of Brexit by republishing news and opinion from the Financial Times.

Could post Brexit Britain become Venice of the 21st Century?

In the wake of the EU Referendum, your readers will be keen to understand its impact on the global business, economic and policitcal landscape. Whether it's market fallout, trade or immigration regulations, the FT will continue to report and analyse the impact of this event. Help your readers navigate this uncertain landscape by republishing balanced, authoritative FT news, opinion and analysis.

The republishing of Financial Times content, digitally or in print, can complement your own editorial and content strategies, helping you reach and engage new and existing audiences.

Keep your readers informed on how Brexit could impact international markets with independent, authoritative journalism

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Popular EU Referendum articles

The most-shared Financial Times articles about the Referendum in the last 14 days (15th - 28th June).

  • 40.2% Why is America so alarmed by a Brexit vote?
  • 17.7% Hedge funds and banks commission Brexit exit polls
  • 16.1% If Brexit wins out let Britain go in peace
  • 15.3% How accurate are the Brexit polls
  • 3.2% Breakthrough in EU-Turkey talks on visas
  • 3.2% How battle over Brexit crosses traditional party lines
  • 2% Brexit: How long would Britain take to leave?
  • 1.2% Immigration could swing it for Brexit
  • 1.2% Lisbon and Warsaw take on New York and London

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