The territory has barely featured in the endgame deal discussions, but it is about to move to the centre stage, says Marius S. Ostrowski.
The author of Das Boot would have hated the new TV adaptation - but he hated most things. CHARLIE CONNELLY on the troubled mind which could never escape the terror of war beneath the waves.
British tourists travelling to continental Europe may need to pay £52 for a visa post-Brexit after a row erupted with Spain over the status of Gibraltar.
MICHAEL WHITE on May’s mission impossible as Tory unit trumps all again.
The European Court of Justice’s announcement earlier this week means the odds of stopping Brexit have changed but now new hurdles loom.
Theresa May has been criticised of betraying the country as she prepares to make a pitch to the House of Commons for a “better future outside the EU”.
MICHAEL WHITE on the dark forces that circle as the hunt continues for a way out.
Theresa May’s letter pleading with the country to get behind her Brexit deal was met with a furious response from many.
MICHAEL WHITE: Lack of alternative leaders - on all sides - is narrowing the options
Theresa May is facing yet more challenges on her Brexit plans - with a “warning shot” from the DUP and an objection to the draft agreement from Spain.
Three members of campaign group Veterans for Europe highlight different fears over the adverse impact of Brexit on the military.
AC GRAYLING reports on the scandal of the behind-the-scenes parliamentary machinations being used to enable Brexit
The dual role of the resort of Torquay has played a significant part in the development of English comedy.
MICHAEL WHITE on the transitional deal and the problems that still remain over the Irish border
The route ahead for Britain is absolutely clear, argues philosopher AC GRAYLING, the Remainer-in-Chief, in his latest diatribe against the scandal of Brexit
The Trade Secretary who travelled all that way for a packet of crisps.
Has the constant reel of Brexit news got you pulling your hair out? Comedian and musician MITCH BENN looks at one piece of news this week that has taken minds off of Brexit.
What is at stake and what needs to change to ‘save the country’?
One hundred years ago, on July 31 1917, saw the start of the slaughter in that hell they called Passchendaele. Here’s why the battle still exerts such a hold on the national psyche...
If you think Brexit has been a disaster after just a year, imagine the damage it will do in a decade
Lessons from the wrong side of history
Few family histories better underline the complex relationship between Britain and Germany than Christian Lawrence’s. Here he explains why his fellow countrymen are so sad to see the UK leave
The EU was not conceived to regulate the curvature of a banana. It was conceived to regulate our propensity to kill each other.
European leaders have come together to back a tough negotiating position on Brexit.
We pick out the worst Leavers of a week in which people came together and united behind the opportunities which lie ahead. Probably.
For many Brexit, and the political and economic uncertainty around it, is causing anxiety. We examine the possible impact on the workforce and industry
The European debate is in the grip of a stultifying herd mentality; but there are some maverick voices out there
We sort the chaff from the chaff to bring you eight of the worst Leavers of the week
The French far right, through the generations, has mutated and adapted to the mood of the age. And already, the next generation is moving it in new directions
Grassroots anti-Brexit campaigners are increasing the pressure on politicians ahead of Theresa May’s intended Brexit departure date. Here is a list of the events organised across the UK in the coming weeks.