Brexit - the morning after

View from Madrid: A polarised election context

The reactions of Spanish officials and political leaders to the Brexit vote converge around three main messages: the need to maintain political stability, reassurance for Spanish residents in the UK, as well as support for the political integration project

View from Berlin: Subdued shock

Political Berlin has been has been in a state of subdued shock following the Brexit vote

View from Warsaw: Loss of an ally

With the UK gone, Poland, under the Law and Justice (PiS) government, will lose its favourite ally within the EU

View from Paris: The need for certainty

The three-word motto cited by Hollande in his statement could serve as a summary of what is needed “freedom, solidarity, and peace”

View from Rome: A harsh wake-up call

All in all, the sentiment in Italy is that, at the end of the day, the UK has never truly been part of Europe

ECFR's national offices respond to Britain's 'out' vote.