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Brexit secretary David Davis has hailed the UK’s transitional period deal amid accusations the government has “surrendered”.

France’s National Front is trying to bounce back. But, JASON WALSH asks, is there any hope for the far-right basket case?

Sir Vince Cable has said the Cambridge Analytica data leak is yet another example of why Britain is wrong to walk away from the EU.

Anti-Brexit MP Chuka Umunna has spoken of his frustration that many in the Labour Party see his battle as being about opposing Jeremy Corbyn.

Remainers need to get out of their echo chambers and stop "wrapping ourselves up in the European Union flag" to win over Leave voters, Lib Dem deputy leader Jo Swinson told a Brexit conference today.

Vince Cable was not “insulting 17.4 million voters” when he said that nostalgia played a part in the referendum result; he was telling the truth, argues Sarah Thomas.

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.

MICHAEL WHITE on the Kremlin, Rex Tillerson and spreadsheet Phil’s positive spin.

A tetchy Boris Johnson took a move from the Trump playbook today, describing Brexit criticism as "BBC claptrap" while promising "a gigantic free trade deal" with the EU after Britain leaves.

TIM WALKER talks to Labour MP David Lammy about what he expects to happen later this year, when the full force of Brexit hits the UK.

Germany’s new grand coalition seems to have pleased very few people. But for the country’s Social Democrats it is a particular disappointment, says PATRICIA HOGWOOD.

Brexiteers said we would “get back control of our borders” after leaving the EU – but it appears that might not quite be the case.

From his position inside UKIP GAWAIN TOWLER witnessed the rise of pan-European nationalism. In his first article since quitting as communications chief he offers an insight into a worrying trend.

The first ministers of Scotland and Wales have written to peers setting their own proposed changes to crucial Brexit legislation.

This week’s New European podcast is available now.

In this week’s diary column, the editor of the Today programme is spotted at lunch with an unholy trinity.

The New European’s Editor-at-Large ALASTAIR CAMPBELL on a memorable exchange between Blair and Putin.

Jeremy Corbyn is meant to be a break from Labour’s recent past, but he risks making the same mistakes as Tony Blair and Ed Miliband, says ZOE WILLIAMS.

Who is on Question Time tonight and where do they stand on Brexit? Here's your guide...

As complex as the border issue is, there is something more fundamental at play in the latest wranglings, argues Irish journalist JASON WALSH

The impact of leaving the EU is to be discussed at a conference on Monday.

Steve Anglesey names the worst Brexiteers of the week.

Jeremy Corbyn’s response to the prime minister’s action over the Russian spy poisoning scandal was met with condemnation.

Even Brexiteers should be appalled at the way the government is mishandling Britain’s trade, says Liberal Democrat MP WERA HOBHOUSE

A little-known and little-noticed provision in the European Withdrawal Bill could be the key to triggering a referendum on any Brexit deal, writes ANDREW ADONIS

MITCH BENN examines tweets from an organisation that claims to be returning conservatism to the grassroots

Whatever else you can say about an assassination attempt with a powerful Russian nerve agent on its soil, it has certainly told Britain who its friends are.

Michael Gove thinks he landed a blow on the EU over banning plastic straws. But, as JANE MERRICK​ discovers, environmental groups remain concerned about Brexit

Is the advertising industry obsessed with London over the rest of the UK? EMMA JONES investigates – and tackles youth speak and culture along the way

The European Commission president has sent a dire warning to the UK over Brexit: “You will regret your decision.”

Fascism arises when people have a yearning for order and peace at any cost, says BONNIE GREER

It might not be getting many column inches, but what is currently happening in the Upper House is encouraging.

The breathtaking disregard with which some Brexiteers are now treating the Irish peace process show how little they understand the issue, and what is at stake, says PETER MILLAR, who saw the Troubles up close

For all the dedication of its staff, the NHS is a frighteningly defective service, says GEOFF SUTTON, as he recounts a routine hospital experience

Irish Prime Minister Leo Varadkar has dismissed Number 10’s proposals for people crossing the Irish border to have to pre-register after Brexit.

An advertising campaign aimed at luring entrepreneurs and businesses to cross the Channel after Brexit has been banned from tube stations.

In this week’s Brexit Deconstructed, JAMES BALL discusses how Trump’s ‘America First’ policy is bad news for the UK

MICHAEL WHITE on why the prospect of Trump trade wars takes away all the icing

Chancellor Philip Hammond wants us to believe the era of austerity is over.

PAUL CONNEW takes a look at the latest turmoil in the West Wing

Jeremy Corbyn has been attacked by senior Scottish Labour figures after making “incredibly disappointing” comments on immigration.

The route ahead for Britain is absolutely clear, argues philosopher AC GRAYLING, the Remainer-in-Chief, in his latest diatribe against the scandal of Brexit

Almost no one in Gibraltar wanted Brexit. Now, will the territory be sold out by British ministers desperate for a deal with the EU? HARRY RIDGEWELL goes there to find out

The Shape of Water might sound like a preposterous premise. But, argues EMMA JONES, it is actually the perfect modern romance

TIM WALKER says Martin Shaw has his vote in this Gore Vidal stage drama

To mark International Women’s Day YASMIN ALIBHAI-BROWN looks at how the EU has made a difference to women

He was supposed to be its biggest fan, but Donald Trump has just declared war on Brexit, says ANDREW ADONIS

The history and legacy of slavery is what this popcorn-selling blockbuster both fights and mourns, says playwright, author and critic Bonnie Greer

Rick Llewellyn wrote to his MP one final time before leaving Britain and emigrating to France. Here he quotes the parting words he received from his MP.

Progressives expect great things from Emmanuel Macron and Justin Trudeau. But can the telegenic leaders actually deliver, asks Paul Knott.

Whatever the truth behind the suspected poisoning of Russian double agent Sergei Skripal, former diplomat PAUL KNOTT has already seen - at very close quarters - exactly what the Russian regime is capable of.

The government has been accused of a Brexit power grab amid a furious row with Scottish and Welsh ministers.

This week’s New European podcast is available now.

One reader has started defining the Brexiteers that the BBC and mainstream media continues to roll out as the ‘Dismissers’.

David Woodhead wants to remind Eurosceptics what former Conservative leader Margaret Thatcher had to say about Europe.

Readers cautiously welcome Labour’s shift in position on Brexit - here they explain why.

In this week’s diary column, EU workers find a champion in the Home Office and the plan is laid out for the next phase of the Leveson inquiry

It is no secret that Russia attempted to influence the outcome of Brexit.

The New European’s Editor-at-Large on Theresa May’s strategy of wishful thinking in Brexit negotiations

Steve Anglesey names the worst Brexiteers of the week



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