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Brexit lost by the worst margin in modern British history today, opening the door to scenarios once seen as outlier at best, Axios World Editor David Lawler notes.
By the numbers: There's now a 45% chance that one of three previously extreme scenarios — fresh elections (10%), no deal (5%) or a second referendum (30%) — comes to pass, per a new forecast from the Economist Intelligence Unit.
What's next: "Boris Johnson said it was a 'bigger defeat than people have been expecting' — and it meant Mrs May's deal was now 'dead,'" the BBC reports.
Above: Thousands of protesters during a feminist demonstration in Spain against the anti-immigrant Vox party, which is supporting a center-right coalition that defeated the traditionally ruling Socialist party in Andalusia, the region in southern Spain that has received the most migrants in recent years.
Below: Signs from the crowd: "Equality! No less, no more."
Nike is selling a $350 smart shoe that needs charging, Bloomberg reports. It's the latest in a trend of smart wearables for data-hungry consumers.
Why it matters: The Nike Adapt is the next innovation in footwear on a digital scale, but also brings up questions about data privacy and user protection as they offer another form of wearable technology that tracks its user's every move, Axios' Michael Sykes notes.