Former US vice president talks Trump, Brexit and climate change denial.
If you locked Fox and Hammond in a room which of the two would you expect to emerge as the other one’s pigskin bag?
August is known as the silly season.
Steve Anglesey picks out the worst Brexiteers of the week
A recent poll by well-regarded academics suggested the vast majority of the British public now backed an extreme form of Brexit. Here‘s why that is not the case.
Brexit may not happen at all – when what we need are leaders, not followers, to win this battle
Donald Trump has been widely criticised for failing to condemn neo-Nazis after the violence in Charlottesville. Here Nigel Warburton explores the theory of implicature
The cabinet has been accused of still believing Britain can “have its cake and eat it” after releasing details of a transitional plan that could include a temporary customs union.
Leave.EU have launched a broadside on cabinet Remainers Chancellor Philip Hammond and Home Secretary Amber Rudd in a bid to get the pair deselected.
I don’t blame the Scots if Brexit leads them to want another shot at independence
The rise of capitalism and individualism in the West, and even the current reforms in China, can all be explained by the rise of the potato
Vlad the Lad is the supreme master of the macho man holiday snap...
Long considered a lodestar of go-it-alone globalisation, Singapore now needs its neighbours more than ever
The dispute was an ominous warning of problems for our time over where ultimate power lies in the US
The working class were the key to Brexit. They must be the key to its defeat.
The loss of EU funding used to help poorer parts of the UK has had far less attention than other ill effects of Brexit. But it will soon be hard to ignore the problem.
Old bigotries dissolve, but they are quickly replaced by new ones if the vacuum is only filled by economic failure and inequality, by uncertainty compounded by weak leadership.
Manufactured nostalgia always has a political end. Its aim is to create new foot soldiers for The New Vision.
As the realities of Brexit and its economic impact become clearer, alarming generational splits are emerging
We pick the worst Brexiteers of the week
Poor Brigitte Macron – the force behind the great hope of the centre Emmanuel since... well, since he was quite young.
As tensions in the Korean peninsula have risen, various apocalyptic scenarios for how a potential conflict might unfold have emerged.
Trump, with his appetite for diversionary tactics, could see a pre-emptive strike against North Korea as the ultimate diversion from his domestic problems
The news industry has a trust problem.
Trump groupie, Nigel Farage, routinely speaks of “Betrayal” by anyone who pushes back against his simplistic saloon bars slogans for Brexit. But nobody wants to play with Nigel.
New Irish premier Leo Varadkar will play a defining role
A seamy, subversive, self confident city, Hamburg is also a symbol of an outward-looking Germany
I’m banging the drum for the people being allowed to make an informed choice
Even without the complications of Brexit, Britain’s economy is in serious peril. But with attention elsewhere, is anyone in power actually listening?
The architect of the Labour’s introduction of student fees says the money charged is now nothing more than vice-chancellors profiteering
How Britain’s farms are being sold out as real consequences of Brexit come home to roost
An idea for a movie that once upon a time no one would buy – because it was too improbable.
When the political season resumes with the party conferences, we had better have got our act together. All of us. Or else this thing is happening
A powerful group of universities is demanding urgent action from the Government amid heightened “anxiety” over Brexit.
New Liberal Democrat leader believes MPs from across the political spectrum will join his fight for Britain’s European future
Steve Coogan discusses buttonholing his illuminati mates at posh parties and quitting the booze
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
Prime Minister Theresa May has been forced to wade into a ministerial spat over Brexit transitional periods after a nominal Cabinet ceasefire was broken.
The democratic principle merely holds that the wishes of the majority should, where practicable, be upheld. It says absolutely NOTHING about whether the majority is RIGHT
Editor-at-Large Alistair Campbell has a suggestion: to anyone yet to book a holiday – try Albania
Migrant bashing is trending again. In virtual and real public spaces, anti-migrant hostility is palpable.
Oil-rich Venezuela’s dream of fashioning a better society through a third way between communism and capitalism has turned into a nightmare with riots on the streets.
International Trade Secretary Liam Fox has denied the Chancellor’s claim there will be three years of continued free movement after Brexit.