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The Chancellor has admitted no Brexit deal could leave planes grounded in March 2019.

Theresa May has claimed “the ball is in their court” in a statement to the House of Commons updating MPs on the Brexit negotiations. Brussels, however, disagree.

‘We want tighter borders’ cried some in the media only to moan when Brits had to queue at passport control. Here Liz Gerard examines yet more media hypocrisy.

By any normal standards the EU would be considered a huge success and now cross-party pro-European voices must come together to save it.

The European Union’s starry logo glistens in the sun on a plaque by a roundabout just outside Longford, a market town about 80 miles from Dublin in the Irish Midlands.

The decline of democracy in Hungary is an ominous sign for Europe.

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?

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.

I don’t blame the Scots if Brexit leads them to want another shot at independence

Long considered a lodestar of go-it-alone globalisation, Singapore now needs its neighbours more than ever

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.

Budapest side Honved produced one of the greatest sides in the world. But all that was destroyed by the Hungarian Uprising of 1956 and they are still struggling under the weight of history.

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.

Did you spot the Canadian angle on the British government’s latest Cunning Plan, the one intended to make good Theresa May’s pledge to leave the jurisdiction of the European Court of Justice on Brexit Day without doing serious “no deal” harm to the economy?

Robert Miller, the Brexiteer who keeps writing to us without being published finally gets his say in The New European

Trade secretary Liam Fox has played down claims importing foods under a new UK-US trade deal could mean a loosening of food standards post-Brexit.

The British media has always failed in its coverage of European affairs.

Labour’s Brexit divisions have become apparent once again with trade spokesman Barry Gardiner saying staying in the customs union would be a “disaster”.

When it comes to Brexit and the environment our ties to the EU are complex.

Plot gossip: Leaky lips in the Tory party and a look at the world beyond Brexit sniping

The Cabinet is “united” in backing a transitional Brexit deal which would mean continued access to migrant labour, Michael Gove has said.

Brussels is holding out on the government’s hopes of continuing membership of the European health insurance scheme post-Brexit.

The European Union’s top Brexit negotiator has demanded the government clarifies its position on citizens’ rights and stumps up a Brexit divorce bill.

The club in Turin is a football club quite unlike any other - an institution which combines excellence and ugliness

For some in Europe Brexit offers an opportunity to prize business away from London and the UK.

A new Big Lie is currently entering the Big Lie lexicon. It is that 51.9% having voted Leave last June 23 – National Self-Harm Day – the number has now risen to over 80%.

Shortly after the outbreak of WW2, a polemic was published identifying the “guilty men” who had led Britain to such a moment of weakness and peril. Now, following Brexit, a new version has been released.

The governments of Catalonia and Spain have set themselves on a collision course over the issue of independence.

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