Bavarian resident IAN WALKER on how the normally serene state is squaring up to Merkel
STEVE ANGLESEY picks the losers and the losers – because there are no winners – from another week on Planet Brexit
Labour’s deputy leader Tom Watson has reported the prime minister to the advertising watchdog over claims there would be a “Brexit dividend” to fund a cash boost for the NHS.
The co-ordinated Twitter bashing by key Corbynistas shows what the Labour leader really thinks of Brexit, writes Jonathan Hendrick.
A series of new stamps marking the 50th anniversary of Dad’s Army have been mocked by Twitter users comparing them to Brexit.
As the World Cup gets underway, IAN WALKER asks why Russia, a country responsible for such great art, has produced such terrible leaders.
The Sun’s front cover has sparked confusion and hilarity on social media after the paper launched another pro-Brexit tirade against Remainer MPs.
In a troubled world, facing multiple threats, the Pope is emerging as an important counterweight to some of the most dangerous forces, says PAUL KNOTT.
PAUL CONNEW looks ahead to Trump’s summit with Kim Jong-un.
STEVE ANGLESEY picks the losers and the losers - because there are no winners – from another week on Planet Brexit.
Tim Walker tells all about Daniel Hannan’s Twitter block, Boris Johnson’s latest vanity project and Sir Vince Cable’s hopes for Seabiscuit in by-election
MICHAEL WHITE is on the hunt for solutions as Europe prepares for its showdown summit.
This week our columnist Marie Le Conte, aka the Young Vulgarian, questions whether men should be allowed to govern if they don’t have the maturity to behave well.
For many, the historic abortion vote result struck a very personal chord. Here, Helen Linehan tells her story and vows Northern Ireland must be next.
Jacob Rees-Mogg’s photograph by Mark Harrison is a study in vanity, says BONNIE GREER, and it reflects the way our world is in 2018.
One year into the Mueller inquiry and rattled Trump faces a fight to outrun the investigation, writes PAUL CONNEW.
This reader would like to issue an apology to the United Kingdom.
Mandrake discusses the deliberate disappearance of the former Prime Minister as the public debate around Brexit sours.
Racist, sexist, ageist or just funny? Zoe Williams on the insult du jour
Rachel Johnson reprises her fortnightly column to pay tribute to Tessa Jowell and venerated French publisher Bernard de Fallois.
A new musical imagining the alt-right personality’s fictional murder has plenty to say about hate speech and polarised opinions, says MARTIN McQUILLAN. But is she worth the attention?
Nigel Farage’s market value as a speaker would appear to be plummeting as rapidly as UKIP’s standing in the polls.
Three decades after the death of Kim Philby, perhaps Britain’s most notorious spy, CHARLIE CONNELLY ponders the changing nature of espionage
Young men are railing against the unfairness of the womenfolk of the world’s refusal to have sex with them. MITCH BENN sends them a public message.
Who is on Question Time this week and where do they stand on Brexit? Here’s your guide...
A passionate pro-EU speech from a Spanish MEP condemning Brexit and warning of a “cold” world outside of the EU has been shared over 21,000 times.
The origins of the current climate of anti-intellectualism may lie further back than we thought
Business secretary Greg Clark has suggested extending a transition period on customs with the European Union.
Claims by Leavers that the Alpine country’s ‘invisible’ borders show how Britain can operate outside the customs union are filled with more holes than a Swiss cheese.
Grassroots anti-Brexit campaigners are increasing the pressure on politicians ahead of a series of important votes this year. Here is a list of the events organised across Britain in the coming weeks and months.