International Monetary Fund

MICHAEL WHITE says the most likely next steps will involve an extension of Article 50.

The International Monetary Fund has warned Theresa May the UK economy will suffer a brutal hit if the country crashes out of Europe.

There is no better summary of Brexit than William Keegan’s remark that it is like negotiating to leave the Premier League in order to join the third division. This is so completely accurate that it raises yet again the question: why on earth is Brexit happening?

On the anniversary of Britain’s last great international own goal, BARNABY TOWNS finds that the damage this time around is more severe.

MICHAEL WHITE on the looming conclusion for Brexit’s ring a ring o’roses and why we’re all about to fall down

The PM is gambling on an appeal to Labour but she could still get her cards from the Tories

Staunch Europhile Ken Clarke outlined some simple maths to the prime minister to highlight the fact Remainers make up the majority of the Commons.

“This is the end ...” hinted Theresa May while talking about austerity during her conference speech (once she had stopped dancing around the stage).

A cabinet minister has predicted negotiations with the European Union will go to the “last minute” as he urged people to get behind the embattled PM.

Global markets could be plunged into chaos because of Brexit, according to the International Monetary Fund.

With six months to go until Brexit D-Day, the prime minister’s options are narrow, writes JANE MERRICK.

Absurd as it may sound, could Theresa May be the one to keep Britain in the EU? Guto Harri, former aide to Boris Johnson, says there could be a way

MICHAEL WHITE sees a glummer holiday ahead amid fears we may end up worse off than in the seventies.

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.

With blatant lies being told about the financial cost of leaving the EU, Angela Jameson singles out someone not afraid to tell it like it is

Are protests in Jordan the precursor to more Arab Spring turmoil or an encouraging sign that the region might finally be moving in the right direction, asks PAUL KNOTT.

MICHAEL WHITE on gathering storms for vunerable May while Corbyn catches the mood

The sun has just risen, but the Colombian side of the Simon Bolivar International Bridge is already a mass of life. Families stand dazed with their luggage, as assorted hustlers and hawkers shout and prowl.

MICHAEL WHITE on the Kremlin, Rex Tillerson and spreadsheet Phil’s positive spin.

Leaked impact assessments have revealed that a hard Brexit would shrink the economy by 8% and leave the UK £196bn-a-year poorer.

Criticism from Catherine Deneuve and other French writers and actors of the #MeToo movement expose differing national attitudes towards feminism, says Mary Harrod.

Between the gung-ho calls for regime change from the US, and the muted response from Europe, there is another way to respond to the protests in Iran, says Labour MP Mike Gapes.

In dangerous times, the Labour leader needs to work harder or give way, argues MICHAEL WHITE.

Old bigotries dissolve, but they are quickly replaced by new ones if the vacuum is only filled by economic failure and inequality, by uncertainty compounded by weak leadership.

The New European has finally decided to publish one of persistent Brexiteer Robert Miller’s letters. But was it worth the wait?

In this column’s unflinching commitment to finding fragments of silver lining in the debris that has been the Year of Brexit it is torn between Emmanuel Macron and Dominic Cummings.

The Daily Express and Daily Mail battled hard to prise Britain from the EU - a year on they are still fighting

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