The dinosaurs vying for the Nigerian presidency offer little change but the election campaign does suggest a glimmer of hope for the country’s future.
Taking Scotland and Northern Ireland out of the EU against their wishes is political vandalism, writes RACHEL JOHNSON.
In this week’s Brex Factor, STEVE ANGLESEY takes on the fact-less Tory MP Daniel Kawczynski and names his Brexiteers of the week.
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
MICHAEL WHITE on May’s mission impossible as Tory unit trumps all again.
In an excoriating essay, ZOE WILLIAMS identifies the poison that has infected Britain’s body politic, recovery from which has yet to even begin.
#83: Lola Montez, dancer and adventuress. February 17, 1821 - January 17, 1861
Even at this late stage, Brexiteers are projecting their own dreams onto their failing enterprise, in the knowledge they will escape the blame. John Kampfner reports.
Michael White says the home secretary’s overreaction to the migrant drama at Dover was too tempting for a vote-hungry politician to resist
Stuck for something to do while the turkey cooks in the oven? Try The New European’s Christmas Quiz and share your score!
Buying and decorating a Christmas tree along with baking 48 mince pies, RACHEL JOHNSON describes her life during the festive season.
After 12 months of lunacy, Steve Anglesey names his twit parade, with JRM of the ERG at number one.
A video of a speech Theresa May delivered just before the EU referendum vote has surfaced online, with Theresa May pointing out Britain will not be offered any deals better than remaining in the EU.
MICHAEL WHITE on the dark forces that circle as the hunt continues for a way out.
The economic turmoil of the Great Depression produced plenty of downbeat realism but also escapist whimsy. SOPHIA DEBOICK reports
Britain’s declining influence has put global security in peril. And it is entirely self-inflicted, says James P. Rubin, a former aide to Bill Clinton
The Today programme disinvites Patrick Kielty after his epic Twitter showdown with Boris Johnson, the tears of Steve Baker and Boris Johnson’s freebie tickets to get booed at The Oval
MICHAEL WHITE on the looming conclusion for Brexit’s ring a ring o’roses and why we’re all about to fall down
Labour are losing the battle to control the national conversation while the Tories continue their inevitable march into Brexit chaos, writes Michael White.
As they struggle to make headway, the Liberal Democrats need to do more to promote the one issue they have always held the high ground about – Europe.
Leading French journalist Marion Van Renterghem meets Tony Blair, one of Remain’s Don Quixotes suddenly realising their task might not be as futile as it first seemed.
With superstar sculptor Anish Kapoor’s work, setting is everything – as FLORENCE HALLETT finds when she visits an island exhibition on a Norwegian fjord.
Advances in technology have created a new phenomenon – social warming – says leading tech writer CHARLES ARTHUR. And its effects are just as incendiary as those of global warming.
Former England cricket ace Geoffrey Boycott has launched a bizarre tirade at Remainers.
Former government minister John Whittingdale has been slammed for claiming Brexit wouldn’t be a disaster – on the same day that Panasonic announced it was moving out of the UK.
Liz Truss today unveiled plans to restore the United Kingdom’s “proud status as a great trading nation”… by selling naan breads to India.
With the England-India test series in full swing, Richard Luck celebrates the tax inspector from Jutland who took the county game by storm
The English Renaissance took music into new directions and saw that emergence of a tune which still echoes down the ages. Sophia Deboick reports.
Mark Zuckerberg’s comments on Holocaust denial highlight the defect that could lead to the social giant’s demise. PARMY OLSON reports
It is so easy to take the European Union for granted, or obsess about its faults, says SONY KAPOOR. But to understand its true value you need only look at how other global tensions remain unresolved
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.