Our resident Brexiteer takes his own very particular (and not at all partisan look) at this week’s shenanigans
We pick out the worst Leavers of a week in which people came together and united behind the opportunities which lie ahead. Probably.
The Prime Minister believes she holds all the cards as the country embarks on a General Election. But Labour could still spring a surprise at the ballot box
Pro-EU centrist Emmanuel Macron will face far-right Marine Le Pen in a head-to-head battle for the French presidency.
Brexit raises more and more questions for its backers. Yet they still have no answers
Leaked documents have revealed Brussels will demand Britain pays the cost of moving EU agencies out of the UK after Brexit.
After a damaging Brexit, would the EU have us back? We take the temperature in the continent’s capitals, to gauge how different countries might respond to a British U-turn on Brexit
Filming has started on a movie which aims to persuade Leave voters to change their minds on Brexit.
There are plenty of ways to change the world, and sometimes the simplest ideas are the best
Brexit has raised some existential questions about national identity, with many Britons feeling their faith in Britishness eroding
Oh I do like a Brexit by the seaside ... Quintessentially British seaside town Skegness voted in droves to quit the EU. We went for a stroll along the pier and found ourself wondering whether the locals might be in for a shock
It seems barely a month goes by without a European city celebrating cinema in a big way. We consider the essential film festivals for 2017
Be brave, Britain. And don’t devalue grief with ostentatious displays
‘Deep in the psyche of Irish Republicanism is the Holy Grail of an all island republic, and of the right of republicans to take up arms to achieve it’
Having won a great victory, Brexiteers seem thoroughly bored by the prize. But the ennui around Brexit plays into the hands of the zealots
UK’s attractiveness to overseas investors is being challenged by Brexit
Finding an answer to the cri de coeur: how the promise of a home away from home is vanishing for European students
In these increasingly strange days it seems Westminster’s undead, tempted by a whiff of Brexit flesh, are marching back on to centre stage
Unanimously anti-Brexit, unanimously pro-British, Gibraltar must rely on the word of a government without many cards to play.
IRA man turned peacemaker Martin McGuinness remains a divisive character but we must allow ourselves to change and accept change in others
After a series of close encounters with terrorist attacks, Londoners know the correct response to an atrocity
The danger to London caused by leaving the EU is well-documented. But it is the regions that face the brunt of Britain’s Brexit woes
2017 marks the centenary of the Russian Revolution. The Soviet Union which emerged from it may be in the dustbin of history, but we are still living in the long shadow of the events of 1917
Could you describe Brexit in one word? It’s difficult, but we headed out to meet the people and find out if they could summarise the whole debacle in one word...
MEPs have voted overwhelmingly in favour of a hard stance with Britain over Brexit
Britain is starting to make clear what it wants from Brexit. But just as important is an understanding of what the rest of the EU is seeking. And the two sides are not even on the same wavelength.
Over the coming years, we must do what is best for the country. And that means shouting from the rooftops about the risks that Hard Brexit brings
You don’t have to be a rabid Brexiteer to feel a patriotic glow at the thought of tea, jam and fish-and-chips. But these and many other items are not quite so quintessentially British as they may seem
Britain’s chief negotiator during the peace process, which successfully settled the question of a united Ireland, explains how Brexit has reignited the issue