The referendum outcome split the population, thrust the country's economy in the air and led to an implosion of British politics. Keep up with all the latest MJ coverage here.
MPs have raised fresh concerns about the oversight and implementation of devolution deals as local government hurtles towards next year’s mayoral elections.
Bristol boss to step down
Bristol City Council's city director Nicola Yates is to step down later this month after three years in the top job.
London Councils chair resigns to join Khan's top team
London Councils chair and Hackney LBC mayor Jules Pipe has announced he will stand down from his positions after being appointed to London mayor Sadiq Khan’s top team.
Osborne abandons budget surplus plans
Chancellor George Osborne has abandoned plans to run a budget surplus by 2020 as Brexit threatens a ‘significant negative economic shock to our economy’.
Croydon LBC appoints new boss
Croydon LBC has named Jo Negrini as its first female chief executive.
Councils face negative credit rating after Brexit
Four councils have had their credit rating outlooks downgraded from stable to negative in the wake of the UK’s referendum vote to leave the EU.
Cllr David Hodge charts the progress made by the LGA in the past 12 months and how it will continue to lobby on behalf of councils
Talk to me
Digital innovation can be inspiring but councils must remember to engage with every member of the local community, says Margaret Lee
Not a dull moment
With devolution, reorganisation, health, housing and savings, no one can ever say the work of a district is boring. Lawrence Conway explains
Time for a concentrated response
Lessons missed by the main parties on the referendum must be heeded, says Cllr Marianne Overton
Taking back control, but at what price?
Will councils be heard in Brexit negotiations? What next for devolution? And how will local budgets fare? Jack Airey examines the many questions posed following the referendum result
Rely on local politicians until the crisis settles
With everything up in the air after the Brexit result, Heather Jameson examines what the result might mean for devolution, austerity and economic growth
Thomas Bridge talks to Norman Lamb about the future of social care and the message he will be sending local government at his speech to the Local Government Association annual conference next week
Michael Burton looks at the impact of both the divisive referendum and the vote to leave the EU on local government.