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.
Bosses of Facebook in the UK have told a parliamentary inquiry into ‘fake news’ that it will expand its investigation into whether or not Russia tried to influence the Brexit vote using social media.
BONNIE GREER gives her diagnosis of Donald J. Trump
So, will the Big Bad Wolff blow the Trump White House down?
Steve Anglesey counts down the worst Brexiteers of the week
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.
Trump’s fortunes are not looking so rosy, says PAUL CONNEW.
BONNIE GREER says we are not on board for the anti-immigration; nativist; and economic protectionism of the culture wars known as MAGA and Brexit.
As Trump scraps tax reform and Alabama shocks the world PAUL CONNEW looks at the two sides of a nation divided.
A former director of Vote Leave has told the Commons he was aware of “a certain amount of odd-looking cyber activity” during the EU referendum campaign.
What is the likelihood, asks PAUL CONNEW, of the findings of the Mueller probe ever coming to light?
Russia’s leader might seem to be invincible, but in fact he is less secure than he appears, and 2018 could be the year that proves it, argues PAUL KNOTT.
MITCH BENN discusses how speaking in haste can often signal the truth
How POTUS might be plunging America into disaster via social media
The time has come for the EU to use its influence to drive reconciliation between Hamas and Fatah and restore hope in the Palestinian territory
Behind the plots and schemes to achieve the hardest possible Brexit, a tangled web is beginning to emerge. PETER GEOGHEGAN investigates the figures pulling strings behind the scenes.
With on-going investigations into Russian links to Trumps election campaign, will his son-in-law, Jared Kushner, be the first of Trump’s family to be charged. PAUL CONNEW reports.
The New European’s editor-at-large on why his passionately anti-Brexit stance stems from a love of Britain
Slowly but surely the threads are emerging. Russia not only interfered directly in the election of Donald Trump. But also in our referendum.
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.
Imagine a town studded with watchtowers like San Gimignano in Tuscany, but set high on a plateau, 100 miles from the nearest centre of population.
If Theresa May had made her “citizens of nowhere” speech a few years earlier, she would probably have received a letter of stern rebuke marked Kardamyli, Greece.
Vodka – The clean, clear spirit is an essential ingredient in many a classic cocktail.
Donald Trump and Kim Jong-Un are playing a very dangerous game of nuclear poker, argues Paul Connew. But does either leader have the cards that could avoid destruction?
There is a rare chance of peace in Syria. But, Hamish De Bretton-Gordon writes, Brexit is getting in the way of the UK and the EU playing the role we should.
The decline of democracy in Hungary is an ominous sign for Europe.
Brexiteers have deluded themselves with a belief in the native pluck of the British which will eventually win the day.
August is known as the silly season.
A new theatre production telling the story of the arrest and imprisonment of feminist collective Pussy Riot shows why they are more relevant now than ever.
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