The special relationship is alive and kicking. White Anglo-American establishments are always there for each other when times get rough, like that bridge over troubled waters.
If you locked Fox and Hammond in a room which of the two would you expect to emerge as the other one’s pigskin bag?
A powerful group of universities is demanding urgent action from the Government amid heightened “anxiety” over Brexit.
Steve Coogan discusses buttonholing his illuminati mates at posh parties and quitting the booze
The epitaph for the Battle of Passchendaele – as with so much of our understanding of the First World War – came from a British war poet. But what of their German counterparts? We explore the poetry that emerged from the other side of no-man’s land
It is 50 years since a huge breakthrough for gay rights in the UK – the partial decriminalisation of homosexuality
As Spanish women score a significant success against excessive space-taking by men, we find out why manspreading was an issue they felt needed addressing.
When American rock met European art - a bizarre chapter in rock history to which countless other acts, from David Bowie onwards, owe a debt of gratitude.
Never mind the Tour de France - we pick Europe’s 10 greatest cycle rides
Why do officials opt for formal phrases when other more instinctive, natural-sounding alternatives are available?
A defence of the European dream
Responses to the bombing will be a test of the resilience, maturity and cohesion of both society and party leaders
It is one of the great Brexit paradoxes: farmers voted in high numbers to leave the EU, yet no other group benefits as much from European largesse
A more pragmatic approach to Brexit is finally emerging – but so too are the threats from zealots
Tory MP issues a warning to party colleagues of the dangers of Hard Brexit, as he launches a new initiative to build bridges with Europe
The Brexit Bill is not the only one to have suffered a rough ride in the Lords in recent months.
As he prepares to head off for talks with Moscow, the Russians easily have the measure of Boris Johnson
Vanquisher of the Soviet Union, Thatcher’s “genius” or Europe’s best bullshitter? Whichever he is, Ted Malloch could soon be the EU’s worst nightmare.
Britain loves a toff. But the media’s current favourite, Jacob Rees-Mogg, may not be as harmless as he seems
Theresa May is engaged in a series of spontaneous chess battles, and with fresh rumours swirling of a snap election, the outcomes of none are certain
Confused by another week in Brexit? Can’t keep up with all the insanity and inanity coming from 52% Our new weekly chart rates the no-good, the bad and the ugly from the last seven days
Theresa May’s version of Brexit is the opposite of what she and her allies were seeking just a few months ago
In the age of cyber-hacking and fake news, main stream media must fight back against the post truth dark side
2016 will go down as a year of political shocks, the horror of Aleppo and England’s Euro 2016 football failure, but there were a few glimpses of hope. Month-by-month we look back on an eventful year
His latest example of say-one-thing-do-another behaviour is claims by EU ambassadors that he told them he supported freedom of movement – somewhat different from the Government’s current stance
Brexit started a destructive process that has spread far beyond Britain’s shores and the single market - it has destroyed an idea
The dearth of tech talent: just one more reason why freedom of movement has never been more important
Is Paul Dacre really the enemy of the people? Campbell uncovers the damaging effect of the Mail on British politics and culture
A C Grayling on why catchphrases and untruths contributed to the theft of the UK
The Strictly star set to quickstep back to the top of Brexit Britain