Labour could still shock Theresa May at the ballot box. But Corbyn needs to up his game on Brexit
Pro-EU centrist Emmanuel Macron will face far-right Marine Le Pen in a head-to-head battle for the French presidency.
Brexit raises more and more questions for its backers. Yet they still have no answers
Follow all the developments and reactions on Sunday April 23.
The game is back on... and you have to ask why?
... they never do, says The New European’s election editor
We pick out the worst Leavers of a week in which people came together and united behind the opportunities which lie ahead. Probably.
Live election coverage including news, reaction and analysis on Saturday April 22.
Tony Blair has called for a “movement” of pro-EU voters to prevent Theresa May getting a mandate for a “Brexit at any cost”.
From putting up posters to ward off the forces of Brexit to encouraging young people to vote, we pick 8 easy ways to make a difference for GE2017
Editor-at-large Alastair Campbell issues a cri de couer for the pro-European cause
There have been various proposals for “neutral” international languages to help countries to get along, but politics always get in the way
Filming has started on a movie which aims to persuade Leave voters to change their minds on Brexit.
It seems barely a month goes by without a European city celebrating cinema in a big way. We consider the essential film festivals for 2017
Nowhere does Easter quite like Seville. But could the city’s incredible spectacle begin to fade?
It is a tiny country, known for its opaque financial affairs and low tax rates but Luxembourg has become an unlikely contender in the space race
2017 marks the centenary of the Russian Revolution. The Soviet Union which emerged from it may be in the dustbin of history, but we are still living in the long shadow of the events of 1917
Could you describe Brexit in one word? It’s difficult, but we headed out to meet the people and find out if they could summarise the whole debacle in one word...
The US and Russia endured very different years between the two world wars. But for both, these were troubled times when art helped shape great social change.
The latest film version of the classic tale is said to be infused with a feminist message. But the story’s French roots, and the tragedy from which it was woven, show the feminist aspects of the tale really are as old as time
You don’t have to be a rabid Brexiteer to feel a patriotic glow at the thought of tea, jam and fish-and-chips. But these and many other items are not quite so quintessentially British as they may seem