Grassroots anti-Brexit movements are planning to hold a series of rallies across the UK to mark one year since Theresa May triggered Article 50.
Progressives expect great things from Emmanuel Macron and Justin Trudeau. But can the telegenic leaders actually deliver, asks Paul Knott.
Readers cautiously welcome Labour’s shift in position on Brexit - here they explain why.
Jacob Rees-Mogg, Kate Hoey, David Davis, Boris Johnson and that big red bus. Just some of the subjects covered by correspondents in this week’s mailbag.
Readers respond to Andrew Adonis’ call for a referendum on Europe - exclusively for members of the Labour Party.
The New European’s social media pages are alive with debate after the launch of Renew - a new anti-Brexit party which aims to take on the main political parties at the ballot box.
Readers are calling on Jeremy Corbyn to hold Labour’s own EU referendum and to act on party members’ wishes.
Theresa May’s response to the devastating BuzzFeed leak of impact assessments is to say that they are irrelevant because the Government will soon sign a wonderful bespoke trade deal with the EU which will lift all boats and dispel all gloom.
Is it time for another referendum on Brexit? Our readers have filled our mailbag with their own perspectives on what happens next.
Banning hidden credit and debit card charges was not a Conservative government measure but the result of an EU directive. Our readers set the record straight.
Ahead of the French president’s UK visit for an Anglo-French summit Emmanuel Macron called for Britain to reconsider Brexit.
Bosses of Facebook in the UK have told a parliamentary inquiry into ‘fake news’ that it will expand its investigation into whether or not Russia tried to influence the Brexit vote using social media.
Nearly 50 Labour MPs backed calls for the UK to stay in the single market and customs union after Brexit last night.
Irish Taoiseach’s Leo Varadkar has hit back at Nigel Farage by claiming that it would not be undemocratic to hold another Brexit referendum.
Readers of The New European react through our letters pages to this week’s cabinet reshuffle.
For this week’s podcast we asked you what you’d put in a hamper that truly represented Brexit.
The PM was today asked at Prime Minister’s Questions to give a ranking for her performance over Brexit so far out of 10.
The EU’s chief Brexit negotiator has warned European companies with links to the UK the “real transition period” has already begun.
Ministers have claimed they are listening as they table a number of EU bill amendments to curb Henry VIII powers, but Labour says “nothing has changed”.
Record numbers applied for Irish passports in 2017 in a bid to remain EU citizens after Brexit.
Brexit is a career-killer for freelancers, argues reader Jayne Hamilton.
The government has been criticised for plans which could involve volunteers patrolling borders at air and sea ports.
Lord Adonis has quit the government’s infrastructure role delivering a scathing verdict on the handling of Brexit and claiming the PM has become an ally of UKIP and the Tory hard right.
There could be more frustration in store for Brenda from Bristol in 2018 with the possibility of another snap general election against the background of turmoil of Brexit.
Anthea McDowell writes that she is feeling more hopeful about the next 12 months in politics compared to this time last year.