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.

As complex as the border issue is, there is something more fundamental at play in the latest wranglings, argues Irish journalist JASON WALSH

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

Irish Prime Minister Leo Varadkar has dismissed Number 10’s proposals for people crossing the Irish border to have to pre-register after Brexit.

In this week’s Brexit Deconstructed, JAMES BALL discusses how Trump’s ‘America First’ policy is bad news for the UK

The route ahead for Britain is absolutely clear, argues philosopher AC GRAYLING, the Remainer-in-Chief, in his latest diatribe against the scandal of Brexit

The New European’s Editor-at-Large on Theresa May’s strategy of wishful thinking in Brexit negotiations

As bungling Boris Johnson offers his solution to the Irish border problem, the former transport secretary sets off across the nation touring Leave areas.

MICHAEL WHITE on those ludicrous spy stories . . . and why Labour’s leader must come in from the cold over Brexit.

Tony Blair has slammed the government for still being in “cake and eat it mode” over Brexit.

The New European’s Editor-at Large, Alastair Campbell, on why he feels European and why you should too.

Steve Anglesey names the worst Brexiteers of the week

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.

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,

MICHAEL WHITE on the faux aristo with plenty of principles and views... but no policies.

Weaker, poorer, smaller. JAMES BALL looks at how Brexit will enfeeble Britain sector by sector.

Steve Anglesey names the worst Brexiteers of the week.

Andrew Adonis turns to Orwell to find out what the author would have made of Brexit.

The New European’s Editor-at-Large, Alstair Campbell, on the reasons why French president Emmanuel Macron is the real heir to Tony Blair.

Steve Anglesey picks out the losers and losers from another week on Planet Brexit – where there are no winners.

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.

Steve Anglesey ​picks out the losers and losers from another week on Planet Brexit – where there are no winners.

The anti-Brexit cause may be facing a daunting task, says Stefan Stern, but a clear course to stop this madness still lies ahead

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.

Record numbers applied for Irish passports in 2017 in a bid to remain EU citizens after Brexit.

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.

As the year comes to a close JAMES BALL looks ahead to 2018 and what may be in store for Brexit.

The border issue may have been fudged for now, but when it comes to Ireland, much else has become abundantly clear, says DEIRDRE HEENAN.

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.



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