A striking feature of the Brexit camp’s narrative in the UK both before and after the 2016 referendum has been the repeated claim that leaving the EU is consistent with the lessons of history.
The UK government is barrelling down the Brexit motorway while ignoring the no-deal shaped brick wall in front of it, writes MICHAEL WHITE.
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.
A group of cross-party MPs have been told that the ship for their proposed Norway-style Brexit “sailed some time ago”.
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Anti-Brexit campaigner David Lammy delivered one of the best speeches in the first day of the Brexit debate in the Commons.
The Kiwis would be more than happy with a free trade agreement. It is Britain who shouldn’t be, says MATTEO DI MAIO
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.
Since the referendum politics have taken an anti-European turn. But, asks BARNABY TOWNS, what has shifted in political and public opinion?
George Walden reviews recent books on Brexit and finds himself asking who can truly consider themselves patriots.
Stephen Bayley wants to set the record straight on our original membership of the European Community - it was never just about trade, he argues.
Former Fleet Street editor Peter Preston has died, aged 79. MICHAEL WHITE pays tribute to an ex-colleague and pro-European ‘ultra’
The UK’s entry into Europe was as much the result of French politics as it was British, argues OLIVIER DUHAMEL. And it was his own father who ensured that it happened.
In a very personal reflection on Brexit, YASMIN ALIBHAI-BROWN recalls her own journey of identity from Colonial subject, to Briton, to European.
The New European has finally decided to publish one of persistent Brexiteer Robert Miller’s letters. But was it worth the wait?
The year of Brexit AKA The year you’ll want to forget
Why do officials opt for formal phrases when other more instinctive, natural-sounding alternatives are available?
It is one of the great Brexit paradoxes: farmers voted in high numbers to leave the EU, yet no other group benefits as much from European largesse
In these increasingly strange days it seems Westminster’s undead, tempted by a whiff of Brexit flesh, are marching back on to centre stage
Triggered or not, Article 50 makes no difference to our fight
Put simply, if enacted, Brexit will mean Britain will leave the European Union.
The European Union is a political and economic union of 28 nations – which still includes Britain.
Brexit explained: Britain’s exit from the European Union has become widely know as “Brexit”. Find how Brexit started and why it matters.
Labour and the Tories are now marching, hand in hand, towards a Hard Brexit
Never mind Ode to Joy, Europe’s real anthem is another Beethoven masterpiece, one which tells the story of the continent
In a career spanning more than 50 years, Britain’s leading economics writer William Keegan has reported on some dark days for the country. Here, he explains why nothing so far compares with what lies ahead
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