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.
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 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
MICHAEL WHITE on why the prospect of Trump trade wars takes away all the icing
To mark International Women’s Day YASMIN ALIBHAI-BROWN looks at how the EU has made a difference to women
It was years of failure on immigration by then prime minister David Cameron and home secretary Theresa May that caused Brexit, argues Progress director RICHARD ANGELL
The Trade Secretary who travelled all that way for a packet of crisps.
In his latest column JAMES BALL describes the fear stalking the UK car industry.
The New European’s Editor-at Large, Alastair Campbell, on why he feels European and why you should too.
The Iran nuclear deal is hanging by a thread, says former diplomat PAUL KNOTT, who worked on the agreement. If it fails, the world becomes a much more dangerous place.
Fishing has always been a totemic issue fro Brexiteers. But the industry relies on close ties and cooperation with Europe. Could all that be discarded in pursuit of Brexit? PETER HETHERINGTON reports.
On television, on the big screen and in books, a mythologised view of Britain is becoming endemic, says PETER MILLAR.
In this week’s Brexit Deconstructed, JAMES BALL discusses how chaotic governments can open the door to evil doings.
In this week’s diary column, the BBC continue to overlook The New European and fracked off playwright digs out Boris Johnson.
Theresa May’s visit to China laid bare one of the founding myths of Brexit, argues JONATHAN LIS. We are retreating from the world, not reaching out into it,
Brexit is on its way to becoming a mystical entity and a sign that the UK has gone mad suggests BONNIE GREER.
Troubling as it may be, Putin is the politician best attuned to the state of the world today, says JAMES RODGERS.
The TV historian talks about a missed opportunity and what you can and cannot learn from the past.
Michael White discusses Tory infighting and the soft Marxist looking on in opposition
Steve Anglesey names the worst Brexiteers of the week
MICHAEL WHITE on whether a tapestry is all we get from Le President.
We need to confront the Angry White Man (AWM) emergency before it is too late, says BONNIE GREER.
Talk of a second referendum has divided pro-EU support in the UK. DENIS MACSHANE asks how it has gone down in Europe itself.
MITCH BENN on the real problem with Toby Young’s unsuitability for the Office for Students
BONNIE GREER gives her diagnosis of Donald J. Trump
For this week’s podcast we asked you what you’d put in a hamper that truly represented Brexit.
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.
RICHARD PORRITT on the week’s big stories, including a chaotic reshuffle, an unlikely resurrection and criticism of Portuguese parenting
Of all people, the government has sent David Davis on a charm offensive to Germany.