ALASTAIR CAMPBELL examines how neither Theresa May or Jeremy Corbyn have led the way on Brexit.
There is a radical – but feasible – way to avoid the disastrous Brexit heading our way, says JONATHAN CHAPLIN
Ex-UKIP aide GAWAIN TOWLER on the prospects for the new Brexit Party, set up with the blessing of his former boss, Nigel Farage
As things get glummer it’s hard to know whether to laugh or cry
Boris Johnson looked like he’d blown it. But at a critical moment for Brexit, the former foreign secretary is once again being tipped for Downing Street.
It’s time to march in the final race, writes ANDREW ADONIS.
Our growing acceptance of deceit in public life will have disastrous consequences for us all, warns GAVIN ESLER.
With so many reasons to abandon Brexit, writes MITCH BENN, Remain is winning the battle by a significant margin.
The UK government is barrelling down the Brexit motorway while ignoring the no-deal shaped brick wall in front of it, writes MICHAEL WHITE.
Twenty years since the shooting stopped in the Balkans, Denis MacShane asks if the region can yet move on from its bloody history
When Theresa May entered Downing Street, the country was still smouldering from the referendum. Rather than applying foam, she poured on petrol. LIZ GERARD reports on her disastrous conduct in office
STEVE ANGLESEY on the contradictory views some of the biggest names in politics have had on a second Brexit vote.
A BBC blooper has shown Theresa May apparently travelling to Brussels to reopen Brexit talks in a fleet of World War II bombers.
MICHAEL WHITE on May’s mission impossible as Tory unit trumps all again.
Mandrake can disclose the BBC has a Remainer register of talking heads it deems to be ‘unsound’ on the most divisive issue of our times.
MICHAEL WHITE looks at how public contempt for politicians is increasingly mutual towards the public.
Money Saving Expert Martin Lewis has been left frustrated by a government minister’s failure to answer a simple question on Brexit.
Brexit will do nothing for the overlooked parts of the UK, says JOHN KAMPFNER. Instead, it will hurt them the most.
MICHAEL WHITE says the most likely next steps will involve an extension of Article 50.
Theresa May has issued a last-ditch plea for MPs to back her Brexit deal, after Brussels chiefs issued a letter offering assurances that they do not want the controversial “backstop” to be permanent.
A Norway-style Brexit could quickly gain in popularity should the prime minister’s Brexit deal flounder as expected in the House of Commons next week, a Conservative MP has said.
Andrew Adonis explains how the prime minister lost touch with reality.
Michael White says the home secretary’s overreaction to the migrant drama at Dover was too tempting for a vote-hungry politician to resist
The New European’s editor-at-large on why January is set to be the biggest month in Brexit since June 2016
STEVE RICHARDS on a year in which events and politics moved so fast that the words of politicians could not keep up with them.
JANE MERRICK writes about an immovable political object facing irresistible forces.
Early in 2018 the chances of no Brexit seemed totally out of reach, but the battle is now between a second referendum or the disaster of no-deal, writes JAMES BALL in this week’s Deconstructed.
Theresa May has set the timetable for a decisive showdown with MPs over her Brexit deal in January.
Phillip Lee MP has used a television interview to attack both the prime minister and the Brexiteers in his party for their willful blindness to the mess that has unfolded.
A new poll has found that voters will desert the Labour Party if it pushes through Brexit.
Grassroots anti-Brexit campaigners are increasing the pressure on politicians ahead of the meaningful vote. Here is a list of the events organised across the UK in the coming weeks.