Richard Wyn Jones on the reasons contributing to a leave vote in a part of the UK that benefits most from EU membership.
As the politicians try to make sense of the referendum result, they are struggling to define what ‘leave’ actually means.
Richard Parry discusses how the vote has important lessons for politics and even betting, but its resolution for Scotland will get caught up in wider issues.
Gareth Evans looks at why Wales bucked the trend of the devolved regions in the United Kingdom and voted in favour of Brexit.
There is great uncertainty about what lies ahead for the UK’s relationship with the European Union but one thing is clear. Out means out.
Last Thursday’s referendum may have answered one question, but it has spawned many more. How does the UK leave the EU? When do we leave? What does leave mean?
Kirstein Rummery explains that the key to the outcome (as indeed to the independence referendum in 2014) seems to be people’s attitude to risk.
My gut says that there will be a second referendum on Scottish independence and that Yes will win comfortably.