Good morning, early birds. In irony lost on no one, Coalition ministers say they're frustrated by RBA governor Philip Lowe's lack of detailed economic policy, and Peter Dutton wants to expand coronavirus quarantine camps. It's the news you need to know, with Chris Woods.
Crikey's writer-at-large is in a Brexiting Britain, where nothing will ever be as it was ever again.
China-UK economic relations are up in the air after Brexit. Some commentators say that if the UK economy does nose dive, China will pile in with offers of financial support and pick off cheap assets.
The chaos that has erupted in the aftermath of the Leave vote in the UK demonstrates how events can spin wildly out of the control of the leaders who initiate them.
The success of the Leave campaign in the UK will send shockwaves around the global economy -- and it has some interesting lessons for Australia, as well.
The Australian is right about the left, and I hate saying that.
Should they stay or should they go? Crikey intern Zara McDonald finds out why the UK's involvement in the EU is so controversial.