Russia

One year into the Mueller inquiry and rattled Trump faces a fight to outrun the investigation, writes PAUL CONNEW.

There is plenty of gloom about the global growth of authoritarianism. But, as Natasha Ezrow argues, it is not all good news for despots

George Walden reviews recent books on Brexit and finds himself asking who can truly consider themselves patriots.

Last Friday on the Daily Politics I watched a rather smug Peter Bone and Yasmin Alibhai-Brown discussing the mental stresses caused by the Brexit process on Remainers.

Britain’s departure from the EU has sparked enough anger at home. But, as Alastair Campbell writes, Brexit is giving our foreign friends sleepless nights as well.

It will be an encounter between two of the world’s most unpredictable leaders. But former diplomat Paul Knott has some idea of what we might expect​ when Donald Trump meets Kim Jong-un

With Trump backing out of the Iran nuclear deal this month, James Ball questions whether the EU alone has the power to keep the policy together.

Popbitch’s Eurovision team give the lowdown on who to watch out for in this year’s contest

With the UK entry in Lisbon this weekend unlikely to go with a boom-bang-a-bang, Roy Delaney investigates the reasons behind Britain’s malaise and wonders whether the country can transform its fortunes

B​rexit could wreak havoc on our science industry. ANGELA JAMESON fears for the future of Britain’s brightest

In a speech to think tank Progress our editor-at-large lays into Jeremy Corbyn and the failures of the Labour Party

Emmanuel Macron’s recent visit to the White House gave body language analysts plenty to talk about and led many to draw comparisons with Theresa May’s 2017 trip.

Israel is hated beyond reason by the Left because the Left craves an enemy whose evil is as great as their imagined capacity for good

Examining the roles of the three Brexiteers at the heart of the government’s Brexit negotiations

After Syria and Salisbury, it is back to chaotic normal for the Prime Minister

The remarkable rise of Italy’s Five Star Movement ​is inspiring copycats elsewhere in Europe. But, as HANNAH ROBERTS explains, its innovative, technological strategy masks a movement without a soul

In an epic essay, award-winning composer HOWARD GOODALL chronicles the myriad of ways in which the UK’s cultural scene will be a gloomier one as a result of leaving the EU

The EU and UN are held together by compromises and fudges; so some of their critics do have a point. But JAMES BALL asks; does that mean Britain can back out of the mess?

Trump in crisis turns to controversial former mayor for legal aid in bid to shake off Russia probe.

An army of Russian internet bots mounted a social media campaign backing Labour in the weeks before last year’s election, it has been claimed.

This week’s Mandrake column diaries the attempts to have The New European recognised by the Today programme, and securing an interview with Nigel Farage.

Alastair Campbell (TNE #90) reminds us of just how extraordinary it is that someone so clearly unsuited to holding public office as Boris Johnson has managed to gain such a strong foothold in politics.

Paul Connew writes a special report on the chaos within Trump’s United States

Just how much blame for the disasters of the last two centuries can be placed at the feet of this overbearing gang?

As a long-standing centre-right Tory voter for more than 60 years, I am appalled by the extremist slide which has moved the party too far to the right for my taste.

As global crises mount, The New European’s Editor-at-Large says Britain’s foreign secretary has nothing to offer.

Tony Blair has ruled out leading any new political party but warned both Labour and the Tories there is a “vast uncultivated centre ground” in British politics.

Afghanistan treasures its relationship with Britain, says its ambassador to the UK, Said Tayeb Jawad. Here he outlines his hopes that relationship will not be harmed by Brexit.

David Miliband’s latest Brexit intervention makes perfect sense – let’s hope people are listening.

Former foreign secretary David Miliband has again called for a second Brexit referendum, warning global instability since the 2016 vote has made it more dangerous for Britain.

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ANTI-BREXIT EVENTS

Grassroots anti-Brexit campaigners are increasing the pressure on politicians ahead of a series of important votes this year. Here is a list of the events organised across Britain in the coming weeks and months.

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