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Osborne: UK public finances will need adjustment after Brexit

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"A Europe of the People" (minus the UK)

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Seven African countries' economies at risk over Brexit decision

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Britain votes out: What next?

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The 'fintech' revolution

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A certified 'palace': How hotels strive for excellence

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In her own image: Women in Art

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World War I: When northern France was on German time

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VOHe shot ... missed ... and left his team...After failing to score a crucial penalty in the Copa America's final, superstar Lionel Messi announced his retirement from international football at just 29...Argentina lost to Chile after a heartbreaking penalty shoot out.Final score, 2-4.In just three years, Messi and his team lost three major finals -- two copa americas, and the 2014 World Cup final against Germany...SOTLionel Messi Argentina striker"I'm done with being part of a national team. I fought hard, I tried and I did everything i could... but this is the fourth final I've lost...It makes me sad, but it's clear that it just isnt for me anymore. I wanted more than anything to bring a title home but, unfortunately that's not going to happen." VOWhile the five-time Ballon d'or won four Champions Leagues and eight La Liga titles with Barcelona --he never fulfilled his dream of bringing a trophy back to Buenos Aires ...With 55 goals, Messi holds Argentina's scoring record...But in many people's hearts and minds, he will always be second to Argentina's otherfootball legend, the flamboyant Diego Maradona, who almost singlehandedly won the 1986 World Cup.

Messi to retire from international competition

FRANCE 24

EURO 2016

Belgium resoundingly defeat Hungary 4-0

Belgium captain Eden Hazard produced an inspired performance, including a fine solo goal, to lead his side to a resounding 4-0 victory over Hungary at Euro 2016 on Sunday and set up a quarter-final clash with Wales.

WE LL GO BACK TO THE DRAWING BOARD WITH THE KING HOLDING TALKS WITH THE VARIOUS LEADERS WITH WHO HE THINKS COULD FORM A COMFORTABLE MAJORITY IN PARLIAMENT

Back to the drawing board

Welcome to BasildonThe Essex town is only some 30 minutes from London,...But for many here, thoughts on the Brexit couldn't be furthur from the capital's voting majorityWhile 75 percent of Londoners backed Remain A massive 68 percent of Basildon's voters chose rather to get outFed up with the European UnionSome felt that the UK had to take back control from Brussel's bureaucratsSOT MANI found that we were being more and more ruled by them and I didn't elect them peopleSOT WOMAN22 men sitting around a table didn't even get themselves organised onto a committee or whatever it was and then decided to tell us what to do , I am afraid that didn't go down very well with me at allImmigration had also been at the heart of campaign BrexitWith fears - that if Britain remained within the EUIt would be increasingly flooded with migrants travelling up through EuropeAnd would be unable to cope...SOT MANWe're full up, no room at the innShut the doors, keep everybody out , all the terrorists and the turks , all the undesirables Outrage provoked by Friday's results meant many rushed to sign a petition...Calling for a second referendum....A move deemed as purely anti democratic,...according to this coupleSOT WOMAN AND MANI don't understand the point in that really I just dont understand it's like going through the whole thign again We just had a referndum and we're going out you can't just have another one just because you don't agree , majority have voted out so we're out...While some may staunchly oppose it...Support for the petition is growing..and its the most popular ever seen on the parliamentary website...It's currently racked up over 3 million signatures across the country...Far more than the 100 000 needed for it to be discussed in UK parliament...

Basildon, Essex, where 68% voted Brexit