Another week, another great issue packed with news, Brexit analysis and brilliant features on art, culture, film and food.
A powerful group of universities is demanding urgent action from the Government amid heightened “anxiety” over Brexit.
Where can I buy The New European? What stories are in the latest issue of The New European?
University funding is back on the agenda and that means change is coming
What is at stake and what needs to change to ‘save the country’?
When idiocy and immaturity take over, all a writer can do is blow a literary raspberry
Richard Porritt, Steve Anglesey and Geri Scott bring you up to speed on another week in Brexit Britain.
The New European is a unique newspaper; launched in the heat of the Brexit vote - and designed to last only four weeks - we are still here, more than a year later, and thanks to our growing community of readers, we are thriving.
Matt Kelly, Richard Porritt and Geri Scott tackle another busy week in British politics, crown the latest Brexiteer of the Week and celebrate The New Europeans first birthday.
Reactions and analysis from Question Time July 08
Join in with the reactions and analysis of tonight’s Question Time
German diplomat Peter Ammon is “unnerved” by the Brexit divorce debate
The cracks within the cabinet are growing deeper by the day.
7 things you need to know about the Government’s offer to protect the rights of EU nationals living in the UK after Brexit.
Tim Farron slams Andrea Leadsom over ‘stupid’ calls for ‘patriotic’ Brexit broadcasting
Theresa May needs to “wake up and smell the coffee” and accept that the British public has rejected her plans for Brexit, Sadiq Khan said.
No plans on June 30? A Facebook event to give the PM a “happy send off” after a difficult year is proving to be seriously popular
What is in the Queen’s Speech? Theresa May sets out plans for Brexit and the economy
With a critical Queen’s Speech looming the Northern Irish hardliners continue to play hardball for improved terms to vote with the Tories in the House of Commons.
“After Brexit, the sooner we can reach the point of acceptance about our future the better.”
Brexit Secretary David Davis will call for a “deal like no other in history” as he heads to Brussels to launch negotiations for Britain’s exit from the European Union.
We do not condone this and imagine it makes the editor of the Daily Mail very angry…
Former chancellor Ken Clarke has urged the Prime Minister to change her approach to Brexit in an effort to restore public confidence in politics.