Turkey was on progressive path, but Europe sent it in a dangerous direction
Piers Morgan and Milo Yiannopoulos share more than a love of attention: Society needs provocateurs, but it also needs us to see them for what they are
There’s more to Tony Blair’s baggage than Iraq. But if he really is “back”, he does have the power to alter the terms of the Brexit debate
Four in 10 European doctors are considering quitting Britain following the Brexit vote in a move that would “cripple” the NHS.
The current batch of refugee children travelling across Europe desperate to escape unimaginable horrors at home prompt chilling echoes of Jewish youngsters arriving in the UK in the late 1930s
If you want to know what’s going wrong in the NHS don’t listen to MPs, just follow the money
The shifting sands of geopolitics has seen a frost descend on US-EU relations. But if we are to have a new Cold War - between Trump and Europe – he will lose
Why the credit crunch continues to cripple parts of the continent, how Tony Blair blocked a European army and how the EU can cure its ills
Henrik Ibsen is credited with creating modern theatre. He did so by asking questions we’re still trying to answer
Do recent events mean we are set for international peace or international conflict?
Rape riots, raids, graffiti and jazz
Donald Trump is a game-changer, but using The Queen as a bargaining chip to secure Britain gets thrown a few post-Brexit scraps is insulting
The direction that Britain and the world has turned in the last six months has been a shock to many. We can’t let this become the new norm.
Europhile Ken Clarke delivered a passionate speech against Brexit in the House of Commons Article 50 debate
Why are you in the UK? 11 EU citizens share their experiences (good and bad) of living in Brexit Britain
The opening days of the Trump presidency have been part black comedy, part political thriller and part pure farce
There’s danger in getting too close to Donald Trump. As Theresa May heads to the White House she needs to keep her distance
Migration, elections, robot buses, doomed trade policies and a row over condoms
Theresa May’s version of Brexit is the opposite of what she and her allies were seeking just a few months ago
Few US presidents have entered the White House amid such extraordinary tumult. Former Fleet Street editor Paul Connew describes the start of what will be a unpredictable four years for the world
The irony of Theresa May choosing Davos to make her first foreign defence of taking Britain out of Europe is that the Swiss are going in exactly the opposite direction.
*Spoiler* It’s not great
Are we safe with a pro-Putin, anti-EU, NATO-sceptic in the White House?
Brexit is the result of an English delusion, a crisis of identity resulting from a failure to come to terms with the loss of empire and the end of its own exceptionalism, argues Cambridge University professor Nicholas Boyle
Former leader of the 1968 student protests. Daniel Cohn-Bendit explains what links those protests to Brexit and Trump, where the EU has failed and the simple way it can succeed
These refugees used freedom of expression take back control
What Brexit Britain desperately needs is a clear message from the Opposition, but the Labour leadership continues to heap chaos on top of confusion
He is a friend and neighbour of Jeremy Corbyn. But here, David Lammy tells his leader why his Brexit policy will spell doom for Labour and the country
English has been quietly conquering the German language since the end of the Second World War, with sometimes baffling consequences
Why did the EU referendum happen and how could it be overturned? Brexit is not a done deal and this is how we can fight it