Has my criticism of the BBC’s coverage of Brexit led to my “famine” of TV and radio appearances, asks ALASTAIR CAMPBELL?
Disagreement between Theresa May and Jean Claude-Juncker appeared to spill out into the public on the second day of the latest EU summit.
JANE MERRICK on the wrangling at Westminster and the problem it doesn’t address
The recent rioting in Paris might seem like just the latest outbreak of civil disorder which occasionally erupts across the Channel. But, says PAUL KNOTT, it should not be dismissed so lightly.
Without the ghosts of the Iraq War haunting France, the country is taking a muscular approach with its military campaign in North Africa. But will it work? PAUL KNOTT reports
The Russian ruler’s strategy is short-termist, simple and successful, says John Kampfner. But it is ultimately hollow
A recent New European article suggested the sudden downfall of the Iranian regime could create more problems than it solves. Former MEP Struan Stevenson disagrees.
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
Never mind Brexit Britain – next year will be a defining one for the EU. Former Europe minister DENIS MacSHANE looks ahead to a momentous 2019
The PM is gambling on an appeal to Labour but she could still get her cards from the Tories
STEVE ANGLESEY examines the performance of the Brexit Secretary, Dominic Raab, and names his Brexiteers of the Week.
Labour are losing the battle to control the national conversation while the Tories continue their inevitable march into Brexit chaos, writes Michael White.
Emmanuel Macron has launched an extraordinary attack on prominent Brexiteers, branding those in charge of the Leave campaign “liars”.
EU leaders have called the prime minister’s bluff, slammed her post-Brexit plan for trade with the EU and refused to rule out a no-deal scenario.
Leading French journalist Marion Van Renterghem meets Tony Blair, one of Remain’s Don Quixotes suddenly realising their task might not be as futile as it first seemed.
Michael White explains why the collapse of the ERG blueprint joins Boris as twin embarrassments of the week.
Labour leader flounders as zealots keep of agenda on left and right
Will there one day be a public enquiry into Brexit? Ponders Alastair Campbell
Paul Dacre’s Canaird River Company - backed by EU subsidies - reports record profits, Boris Johnson still refuses to acknowledge his Telegraph salary... and how Andrew Marr could raise his game if he only listened to his wife on Brexit.
Former Tory MP and Brexit hardliner Stewart Jackson believes the prime minister will be forced towards backing a hard exit from the EU.
On a week when more reminders of the past left us fearing for the future MICHAEL WHITE asks what would Winnie do?
The governor of the Bank of England has warned the chance of a no-deal Brexit is “uncomfortably high”.
The foreign secretary has warned of a “messy divorce” unless the UK and European Union get their act together.
The German chancellor has become an anachronism from a bygone Europe, writes Paul Knott.
MICHAEL WHITE on more own goals from the Foreign Secretary as he dodges Heathrow vote and patronises the public.
MICHAEL WHITE is on the hunt for solutions as Europe prepares for its showdown summit.
Britain’s departure from the EU has sparked enough anger at home. But, as Alastair Campbell writes, Brexit is giving our foreign friends sleepless nights as well.
Rachel Johnson reprises her fortnightly column to pay tribute to Tessa Jowell and venerated French publisher Bernard de Fallois.
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 new age of political hand holding and cheek kissing on display between world leaders
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.