A Nissan auto plant in Sunderland, England, is the town's biggest employer. It builds cars for the whole European market, but locals still voted to leave the European Union, putting Nissan's investment — and their own jobs — at risk.
More than 350 have contacted police in Britain to say they were sexually abused while playing in youth soccer programs. The issue has come to the fore after a number of major players in U.K. soccer said they had been abused by coaches and others when they first came into the sport.
The High Court in Britain has ruled that Parliament should have a say on when the country starts the process of leaving the European Union. The decision is a blow to Prime Minister Theresa May, who felt she had a mandate from the June "Brexit" referendum to control the process herself.
European embassies in United Kingdom logged dozens of incidents of suspected hate crime and abuse against their citizens after the Brexit vote, according to figures obtained by The Guardian. The newspaper said the vast majority of victims were from Eastern Europe, and Poles were targeted more than all other nationalities combined.
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