If European defense is to be intergovernmental, and if it depends primarily upon Britain and France, it cannot be developed within an EU framework
The EU has the UK in an impossible bind, but there is something we can do
The Israeli premier clashes with Poland over the Holocaust
It’s no wonder Biden received rousing applause after his Munich speech while Mike Pence received a room full of crickets
A party that could accommodate Jeremy Corbyn can no longer accommodate Luciana Berger
The British left is desperate to demonize Churchill. Conservatives should resist their efforts, while acknowledging his faults.
France is the EU’s leading defender of Brussels – but Italy sees things very differently
Why have the younger Windsors lost sight of the fact that they are privileged beyond belief?
Prisons throughout Germany are overcrowded and struggling to handle the influx in population
Are we even really trying to eradicate the hatred of Jews?
The response to the group’s launch demonstrated the need to launch it
Europe needs a deal too – and knows it
The Charlie Kirk outfit’s expansion into Britain doesn’t seem a very good idea
His new job at H&M is hypocrisy on steroids
FGM has been against the law in the UK for 34 years, but it has also been a custom which has to some degree been accepted
Why the EU still doesn’t understand the 2016 referendum result
For the fifth-largest economy in the world to design its whole trade policy around the appeasement of this delusional riffraff beggars belief
The French President is becoming the lightning rod for a pervasive discontent with the European project
Rebel MPs now want to dictate the terms of Brexit. Will they succeed?
Labour plan to keep tabling motions of no confidence in the coming weeks until one works
It would shift the focus on to whether the government could survive that, rather than what Plan B is
The author is Labour values in action and her cheques are part of the reason Labour is still in action today
For many in France the media and political class are indistinguishable
Shortages, delays, logjams and price rises – the no-deal Brexit scenario looks scary until you examine it point by point
We all rely on our partners, especially in a time of crisis