Boris Johnson has compared the EU's aims to Hitler's, saying both involved the intention to unify Europe under a single "authority".
Stalemate between Britain and the European Union over what happens next following Britons' referendum vote to leave has opened up a host of possible scenarios.
Here are some that are (in some cases, barely) conceivable:
EU leaders will press the British prime minister to waste no time triggering his country’s divorce from the bloc at a tense summit on Tuesday, seeking to stave off the threat of prolonged instability in the wake of last week's Brexit vote.
After Brexit, there are various things that some in the EU hope to see and hear less in the future. One is Nigel Farage. Another is the English language.
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