Michael White looks at the flip-flopping Nigel Farage as the noose tightens on leave options.
With Nigel Farage and Boris Johnson conceding Brexit is no longer inevitable, politics are catching up with reality, says Andrew Adonis, and we need allies.
Previous attempts to explain the rise of Donald Trump have come up with a familiar narrative. But, says ALEXIS PAPAZOGLOU, there is another way to understand it
TV critic KEVIN O’SULLIVAN on what our viewing habits say about us as a troubled nation
Tony Blair is Brexit’s most eloquent critic, but does his controversial legacy prevent him making a full impact? ANTHONY CLAVANE went to his former constituency – a Leave stronghold – to find out
The anti-Brexit cause may be facing a daunting task, says Stefan Stern, but a clear course to stop this madness still lies ahead
BONNIE GREER gives her diagnosis of Donald J. Trump
When stand-up, fantasy football fanatic and novelist David Baddiel first became famous hecklers were in the audience. Now, talking to NATHANIEL TAPLEY, he explains how trolls have become a new, nastier version of the loud-mouth in the crowd
Amidst the chaos of Brexit comes clarity from afar. Italian journalist and Anglophile PAOLA PEDUZZI provides a plaintive view of her beloved UK
SNP leader Nicola Sturgeon has told hardline Brexiteers “you’ve had your chance and failed”.
The stock markets are booming but how long can the party last? ANGELA JAMESON investigates mounting worries over how long the bull will run for
MICHAEL WHITE on a muted reshuffle and why waiting for Corbyn is a waste of time
Turkey’s trajectory under Erdogan is a disaster for her people and a big loss for Europe, but we must not write the country off, argues former Europe Minister DENIS MACSHANE.
Former Fleet Street editor Peter Preston has died, aged 79. MICHAEL WHITE pays tribute to an ex-colleague and pro-European ‘ultra’
Of all people, the government has sent David Davis on a charm offensive to Germany.
Britain desperately needs leadership and vision and the post-war, reforming Prime Minister Clement Attlee should be the inspiration.
The EU’s chief Brexit negotiator has warned European companies with links to the UK the “real transition period” has already begun.
YASMIN ALIBHAI-BROWN argues that Britain is part of Europe’s progressive, enlightened and savage history.
Brexit is a career-killer for freelancers, argues reader Jayne Hamilton.
Amid much global gloom, PAUL KNOTT finds an area of the world which much to be confident about.
What can Remainers learn from Leavers and their ideas about what Britain post-Brexiter should look like, asks ZOE WILLIAMS.
BONNIE GREER says we are not on board for the anti-immigration; nativist; and economic protectionism of the culture wars known as MAGA and Brexit.
In dangerous times, the Labour leader needs to work harder or give way, argues MICHAEL WHITE.
STEVE ANGLESEY counts down the worst Brexiteers of the week.
The attacks in Cologne on New Year’s Eve two years ago had a profound effect in Germany... as well as the UK, says GAVIN FEARNLEY.
There was no more brutal expression of the divisions of the Cold War than the Berlin Wall. IAN WALKER looks back at the moment the barrier went up, and how the world reacted.
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.
The UK’s entry into Europe was as much the result of French politics as it was British, argues OLIVIER DUHAMEL. And it was his own father who ensured that it happened.
Jeremy Corbyn is facing calls for Labour to combine with other opposition parties to keep Britain in the EU single market and the customs union.
For some, freedom of movement might just be jargon. For musician ANNEKE SCOTT it is a way of life. But for how much longer?