Brexit head banger Boris Johnson has suffered a bruising day at Tory Party conference as calls to sack him grow.
Thousands of pro-EU protesters have delivered a clear message to Theresa May at Tory Party conference: “Bollocks to Brexit.”
August is known as the silly season.
How did Brexit Britain lose the spirit of the 2012 Olympics?
It’s becoming clear what the British people want from Brexit. But they are not being given the option, says former PM Tony Blair
The idea that we can become an exporting power house simply by leaving the customs union is yet another Brexit delusion
This is not just after the event wisdom - we spelled out in last week’s newspaper exactly this eventuality and what it means for Theresa May; a figure not jut diminished, but broken, by this calamitous election.
June 8, 2017, will be remembered as the day the British people took a step back from the brink of a catastrophic Brexit.
The dangers of the presidential-style government Theresa May and her ‘team’ are seeking for the UK
An autopsy of the UK Independence Party
Brexit blaming and sofa talk: Our (Brexiteer) diarist Iain Dale records a new election week
Zen And The Art Of Brexit
When you think about it, Theresa May’s decision to call a snap election should come as no surprise.
Theresa May is trying to impose a Hard Brexit with the announcement of a snap general election, Nicola Sturgeon said, as she urged voters north of the border to “stand up for Scotland”.
Finding an answer to the cri de coeur: how the promise of a home away from home is vanishing for European students
For politicians opposed to Brexit, the Article 50 debate has been a bruising time. But there is still plenty worth fighting for
Almost 8 months on from the referendum, the anger Brexit has engendered hasn’t dissipated one bit
Regardless of the personal or party consequences, politicians must not be afraid to tell the truth. And the truth is that the country is destined for irreparable harm
Is Paul Dacre really the enemy of the people? Campbell uncovers the damaging effect of the Mail on British politics and culture