Steve Anglesey counts down the worst Brexiteers of the week.
London and Dublin have clashed over whether the Brexit agreement intended to trigger trade talks is legally binding or not.
Brexiteer Michael Gove has broken rank to issue a thinly-veiled threat to the Prime Minister.
STEVE ANGLESEY counts down the worst Brexiteers of the week
“Irish Border unthinkable” says Boris Johnson. “Isn’t this the same person that said the EU could go a whistle for more money and that £350m a week would go to the NHS...?” asks reader Tony Howarth.
The DUP have slammed the brakes on Brexit leaving Theresa May red-faced during crunch talks in Brussels.
A crunch Brexit meeting is “not a deadline” according to Number 10 as talks over the Irish border continue to stall progress.
Has the constant reel of Brexit news got you pulling your hair out? Comedian and musician MITCH BENN looks at one piece of news this week that has taken minds off of Brexit.
There aren’t many greater symbols of the UK’s ties to Europe than the Channel Tunnel - a transport operator many are desperately trying to keep on track after Brexit
Critical Brexit talks mean Britain is facing its most perilous period since the Second World War, with the stage set for a pre-Christmas crisis. But, says JONATHAN LIS, there are grounds for optimism
The Irish border stalemate has deepened with Liam Fox saying a final decision cannot be made until a trade deal is struck.
Brexit pressure is mounting on the Prime Minister over rules which could be imposed on Britain during any transitional period.
The New European’s editor-at-large on why his passionately anti-Brexit stance stems from a love of Britain
The Prime Minister has been handed a Brexit deadline to get her deal in order or face a trade talk stalemate.
Dublin has intensified the pressure on Number 10 declaring Brexit will not progress until an agreement about the border is struck.
As ambitions go, Lee Humphries’ is an unusual, if lofty, one – to ascend the highest points of 100 different countries. As he crests the halfway mark in his quest, he explains all to Julian Shea.
“Trees are sanctuaries,” wrote the German author and poet Hermann Hesse. “Whoever knows how to speak to them, whoever knows how to listen to them, can learn the truth.”
Our culture correspondent on an author reaping the rewards of authentic language, gripping life stories and taking inspiration from a murderous poodle.
The wind has no respect for borders, politics or humans. Here literary correspondent CHARLIE CONNELLY tracks one author’s trek across Europe in search of gales, breezes and hurricanes
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.
Labour has traditionally not stood candidates in Northern Ireland. But on the back of the Tory-DUP deal that might be about to change
Another week, another great issue packed with news, Brexit analysis and brilliant features on art, culture, travel and food.
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.
New Irish premier Leo Varadkar will play a defining role
Even without the complications of Brexit, Britain’s economy is in serious peril. But with attention elsewhere, is anyone in power actually listening?
Where can I buy The New European? What stories are in the latest issue of The New European?
Five books of remarkable journeys by remarkable people.
We pick the worst Brexiteers of the week
The New European has finally decided to publish one of persistent Brexiteer Robert Miller’s letters. But was it worth the wait?
The British media has always failed in its coverage of European affairs.