MICHAEL WHITE tries to look on the bright side of the fallout from May’s Brexit fudge.
The New European’s editor-at-large on why his passionately anti-Brexit stance stems from a love of Britain
When the political season resumes with the party conferences, we had better have got our act together. All of us. Or else this thing is happening
Shortly after the outbreak of WW2, a polemic was published identifying the “guilty men” who had led Britain to such a moment of weakness and peril. Now, following Brexit, a new version has been released.
The year of Brexit AKA The year you’ll want to forget
Brexit is the ‘third rail’ of politics – touch it and you are dead. But a sane strategy could yet emerge
Suddenly he is everyone’s favourite Uncle Jeremy - a man on the threshhold of power. Next time he may be unlucky enough to win
The thing that has made the Conservative Party the most formidable election-winning machine in political history is also its fatal weakness; its blithe assumption of authority.
Lessons from the wrong side of history
UK will be safest in the world online... after we’ve fixed that NHS cyber attack: Five things we learned on Saturday
10 myths about the June vote debunked
... they never do, says The New European’s election editor
Although it makes absolute political sense to do it – very few Westminster watchers saw this decision coming.
The European debate is in the grip of a stultifying herd mentality; but there are some maverick voices out there
In these increasingly strange days it seems Westminster’s undead, tempted by a whiff of Brexit flesh, are marching back on to centre stage
A more pragmatic approach to Brexit is finally emerging – but so too are the threats from zealots
Regardless of the damage it may wreak, the progress of Brexit is, at least, orderly. As for Trump and the US, the only certainty is volatility
There’s more to Tony Blair’s baggage than Iraq. But if he really is “back”, he does have the power to alter the terms of the Brexit debate
The European Union is a political and economic union of 28 nations – which still includes Britain.
The departure of Sir Ivan Rogers raises fundamental questions about the government’s Brexit strategy
The Brexit and Trump victories were both forged in towns, angry at how globalisation has abandoned them to their fate. But things could be about to get even worse for them