How the killing of Tory MP Airey Neave still reverberates today, by his biographer, the veteran political reporter Paul Routledge.
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.
Britain has slipped way behind other European countries in how it caters for cyclists. But, says CARLTON REID, there is still time to catch up.
The castrato singer Farinelli was the undoubted superstar of an era in which musical advances were made not just with compositions, but instruments too. SOPHIA DEBOICK reports
A Game of Thrones star has called on the government to allow voters to have a final say on the plan for the UK to leave the European Unnion.
The Danes are, in many ways, as eurosceptic as the Brits. But they have found a way to express their independence within the EU. MARK REID reports
The Irish border represents Brexit’s most intractable problem. But, as PADDY HOEY explains, the real issue is not about the technicalities of trade, but the more profound issue of identity it raises.
Germany led in Europe on the back of British guidance while the UK faltered as it distanced itself from the continent, writes Andrew Adonis.
Britain’s small-scale fishermen are, without doubt, among the country’s ‘left behind’. But Brexit will not improve their lot. SIMON WATKINS 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 People’s Vote March will bring together people from across the United Kingdom to fight for a final say on Brexit. Young Plaid Cymru activist CARMEN RIA SMITH explains why the Welsh are marching.
Germany has demanded Theresa May “take responsibility” in a sign the economic superpower is losing patience over Brexit.
The threat from climate change is as immediate as that from Brexit and the two problems must be tackled together.
Putin is not as powerfulas he pretends, says prominent critic OLIVIER VEDRINE. And there is a way to get him...
There have been predictions of Brexit in many forms. But the one Britain is hurtling towards is the most dangerous of all – and fatal to Remain. JONATHAN LIS explains .
The electoral logic is inescapable, and even Corbyn will soon grasp it... Labour must support a People’s Vote, says historian of the Labour movement FRANCIS BECKETT
Public health in the UK has been underpinned by a network of cross-border initiatives. But they are all now at risk. Professor MARTIN McKEE reports
Two years on from the referendum, what do we now know about Brexit? Professor AC GRAYLING explores the facts and reveals what must happen to stop the UK crashing out of the EU.
MICHAEL WHITE is on the hunt for solutions as Europe prepares for its showdown summit.
One of Britain’s best Brexit bloggers CHRIS GREY reveals the excuses that leavers are hiding behind, and why they won’t wash
Three decades after the death of Kim Philby, perhaps Britain’s most notorious spy, CHARLIE CONNELLY ponders the changing nature of espionage
Recent celebrations of the Belfast Agreement anniversary glossed over the fact that it is simply not working, and the flaws are intrinsic.
Political debate has become so entrenched and intractable that it has sucked in other, proxy issues
Emmanuel Macron’s recent visit to the White House gave body language analysts plenty to talk about and led many to draw comparisons with Theresa May’s 2017 trip.
The EU and UN are held together by compromises and fudges; so some of their critics do have a point. But JAMES BALL asks; does that mean Britain can back out of the mess?
Two contrasting images are likely to define the exact moment when Britain leaves the European Union at 11pm on March 29, 2019 – one year from now.
Ireland has always been the Achilles heel of Brexit because of three words: Good Friday Agreement.
As complex as the border issue is, there is something more fundamental at play in the latest wranglings, argues Irish journalist JASON WALSH
The New European’s Editor-at Large, Alastair Campbell, on why he feels European and why you should too.
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.