Sir Vince Cable is to set out his bid to scupper Brexit by declaring “I am a proud saboteur”.
In 1972 Ziggy played guitar, Marc Bolan hit his stride and blokes across Britain made nervous moves towards their sister’s make-up bag. Here SOPHIA DEBOICK rediscovers glam Britannia
From Lord Beaverbrook to Charles de Gaulle, and Dylan Thomas to Aleister Crowley, Soho’s French House has long attracted an eclectic clientele. MATT BARKER asks whether this most legendary of pubs can cope with its own myth
Another day, another death, another chance to reflect with old Fleet Street colleagues that “we only ever seem to meet up at funerals”.
We pick the worst Brexiteers of the week
Social media went into overdrive when a BBC kids’ programme included a black centurion.
August is known as the silly season.
Steve Anglesey picks out the worst Brexiteers of the week
A recent poll by well-regarded academics suggested the vast majority of the British public now backed an extreme form of Brexit. Here‘s why that is not the case.
The working class were the key to Brexit. They must be the key to its defeat.
Safe choices and repetition have put lampooning comedy on its knees
Another week, another great issue packed with news, Brexit analysis and brilliant features on art, culture, film and food.
Steve Coogan discusses buttonholing his illuminati mates at posh parties and quitting the booze
Where can I buy The New European? What stories are in the latest issue of The New European?
Lies, damn lies and Brexit: How fabrication – whatever the consequences – has become a viable political weapon and what the fallout might be
Shadow Brexit secretary Sir Keir Starmer has insisted that no options for Brexit should be off the table in the latest sign of Labour splits on the issue.
‘The Will Of The People ... Once upon a time, I would have thought the phrase absurdly un-British’
I find I’m just as uncomfortable with sneering schadenfreude when it’s our “side” doing it as when it comes from the opposition.
The mid-90s saw the triumph of two very different double acts – Robson and Jerome and the Gallagher brothers.
We used to be a mild-mannered people. Now random spite is the cornerstone of our crumbling culture
We Dutch used to make fun of the Germans and admire the Brits, says Vanessa Lamsvelt. Now, we find ourselves laughing at, not with, the UK
The idea that the British establishment is predicated on civilised values of ‘fairness’, ‘openness’ and ‘transparency’ is beginning to unravel.
Legacy publishers such as the Mail and the Sun are condemning the environment they create
British broadcasting’s big hitter who is still awaiting his rightful BBC inheritance.
Forget the social media whirlwinds around media bias, impartiality is overrated
Cock ups, chaos and calamity – Brexit is a shitstorm like no other. We pick over the carcass of another rotting week of Brexit madness
It has been a very tough few months for the UK with terrorist atrocities and the horror of the Grenfell Tower.
Get ready for price hikes, diminished quality and less choice in the shops post-Brexit.