The reality of Britain's position after it leaves the EU is becoming clearer
As things get glummer it's hard to know whether to laugh or cry
Switzerland has found an innovative way to turn back the far-right tide, says PAUL KNOTT. The rest of Europe has much to learn from the Alpine state.
The UK can learn from New Zealand on how a second referendum can re-boot democracy, says MATT QVORTRUP.
How the killing of Tory MP Airey Neave still reverberates today, by his biographer, the veteran political reporter Paul Routledge.
Former Conservative party adviser BARNABY TOWNS says that the Brexiteers' free trade fantasy and ideology belongs back in the Victorian age.
MICHAEL WHITE says the most likely next steps will involve an extension of Article 50.
This week marks the centenary of the murder of Rosa Luxemburg. IAN WALKER pieces together the events which led up to it, and asks how her killing changed the course of the last century.
After 12 months of lunacy, Steve Anglesey names his twit parade, with JRM of the ERG at number one.
In his latest review, TIM WALKER watches Joanna Murray-Smith's Switzerland at London's Ambassadors Theatre.
#78 Alexandre Dumas, July 24, 1802 - December 5, 1870.
Former Tory party adviser Barnaby Towns picks apart an idea which is gaining currency among many politicians
MICHAEL WHITE on the looming conclusion for Brexit's ring a ring o'roses and why we're all about to fall down
Tim Walker talks to the former attorney general who is now eloquently making the case for a People's Vote.
Remain now feels like a movement not just an opinion or even a belief and it is there in every pub, workplace, student bar and almost every dinner table.
It is home to the world's tallest people and boasts 200 recorded spellings, but Leeuwarden's real claim to fame is its artistic outlook. CLAUDIA PRITCHARD reports on a city which has taken the Capital of Culture title, and given it a twist
Aldi is one of the first supermarkets to announce it is considering stockpiling food as part of its preparations for Brexit.
Labour are losing the battle to control the national conversation while the Tories continue their inevitable march into Brexit chaos, writes Michael White.
Critics of a People's Vote are looking at it the wrong way around, says Matt Qvortrup, a man described by the BBC as 'the world's leading authority on referendums'
Logic- and despots - might favour other systems, but, as Peter Trudgill explains, traditional units of measurements still endure.
Billionaire Sir Jim Ratcliffe - the country's wealthiest man and an advocate of Brexit - is leaving the UK for Monaco.
On a week when more reminders of the past left us fearing for the future MICHAEL WHITE asks what would Winnie do?
PETER TRUDGILL divides up the continent according to word different languages use to describe the smelly stuff
Does the modern game make it even more difficult than ever for players to come out? Jason Solomons writes about a timely film that puts a sport on the spot
In the second part of an exclusive serialisation of his book How Britain Really Works broadcaster and journalist STIG ABELL focuses on the NHS.
ROGER DOMENEGHETTI explains why the 1966 tournament established the template for televised football that still holds today, even if the replays did take a little getting used to
The World Cup has never lived up to its lofty ideals, says GLENN MOORE, as he recounts a history of corruption, match-fixing, boycotts and giving succour to dictatorships.
STEVE ANGLESEY picks the losers and the losers - because there are no winners - from another week on Planet Brexit.
Anna Kessel on Caster Semenya, prejudice and a controversy dividing athletics.
Last Friday on the Daily Politics I watched a rather smug Peter Bone and Yasmin Alibhai-Brown discussing the mental stresses caused by the Brexit process on Remainers.
Grassroots anti-Brexit campaigners are keeping up the pressure on politicians as Brexit rumbles on. Here is a list of the events organised across the UK in the coming weeks.