MICHAEL WHITE on the Kremlin, Rex Tillerson and spreadsheet Phil’s positive spin.
The impact of leaving the EU is to be discussed at a conference on Monday.
For all the dedication of its staff, the NHS is a frighteningly defective service, says GEOFF SUTTON, as he recounts a routine hospital experience
The Trade Secretary who travelled all that way for a packet of crisps.
WILLIAM DRY is the co-founder of a new youth group determined to harness the power of a generation which feels cheated by Brexit. He explains how it can apply pressure in critical ways.
Jacob Rees-Mogg, Kate Hoey, David Davis, Boris Johnson and that big red bus. Just some of the subjects covered by correspondents in this week’s mailbag.
Labour will back Britain staying in a customs union with the European Union post Brexit.
Tony Blair has slammed the government for still being in “cake and eat it mode” over Brexit.
In this week’s Brexit Deconstructed, JAMES BALL discusses how chaotic governments can open the door to evil doings.
MICHAEL WHITE on the negotiation countdown, the Norway model and why we can’t just muddle through.
Boris Johnson plays politics like the Roman Emperors he so admires. But with the Tory civil war escalating danger lurks around every corner, writes ANDREW ADONIS.
We got stag parties, carrots and vacuum cleaners – but what was Boris Johnson actually talking about?
Brexit is on its way to becoming a mystical entity and a sign that the UK has gone mad suggests BONNIE GREER.
MICHAEL WHITE on the faux aristo with plenty of principles and views... but no policies.
Steve Anglesey names the worst Brexiteers of the week.
Theresa May’s response to the devastating BuzzFeed leak of impact assessments is to say that they are irrelevant because the Government will soon sign a wonderful bespoke trade deal with the EU which will lift all boats and dispel all gloom.
The discussion that the Labour Party must have with itself to help save the country from Brexit
Leaked impact assessments have revealed that a hard Brexit would shrink the economy by 8% and leave the UK £196bn-a-year poorer.
MICHAEL WHITE on whether a tapestry is all we get from Le President.
Ministers’ failure to address the implications of withdrawal from Euratom could have dangerous consequences, warns MIKE GALSWORTHY.
Steve Anglesey picks out the losers and losers from another week on Planet Brexit – where there are no winners.
If there was a second referendum, how could we win it? Mike Hind suggests ten ways.
The savaging that Milo Yiannopoulos’ awful book received at the hands of its editor provided joy for many. But CHARLIE CONNELLY had a very personal, and pressing, reason not to join in the ridicule
The New European’s Editor-at-Large, Alastair Campbell, on the reasons the BBC is dancing to the tune of Brexit...
MICHAEL WHITE on a muted reshuffle and why waiting for Corbyn is a waste of time
Britain desperately needs leadership and vision and the post-war, reforming Prime Minister Clement Attlee should be the inspiration.
What can Remainers learn from Leavers and their ideas about what Britain post-Brexiter should look like, asks ZOE WILLIAMS.
In dangerous times, the Labour leader needs to work harder or give way, argues MICHAEL WHITE.
Lord Adonis has quit the government’s infrastructure role delivering a scathing verdict on the handling of Brexit and claiming the PM has become an ally of UKIP and the Tory hard right.
Remain politicians have poured scorn on plans to bring back the blue cover for the British passport.