When it comes to the next election, the question won’t be which party takes a hit — but which comes off worse
Only a cynic would suggest this is a calculated two fingers to Brexit Britain
The Italian interior minister’s methods are daring – and wildly popular
Great power competition is more likely to occur in East Asia than in Europe
No Brexit option earned a majority
Is the UK destined for a general election?
A week in the life of the former Ukip leader
Throughout this three-year circus, a favorite Europhilic weapon of choice has been sheer bafflement
Let’s Remain in the reassuringly authoritarian arms of the EU forever and ever
Can Volodymyr Zelensky go from comedy star to the leader of Ukraine?
Her deal had no chance of passing without her offer to stand down
‘Reading tea leaves would be easier’
British imperiousness appeals to Europe’s disenfranchised south
And the Tories may never recover
What links the Christchurch killer with Serb leaders from the Nineties?
No one can be certain whether her departure would result in the deal passing, but it would certainly make it more likely
The gilets jaunes have lost much of their momentum
The president has been more consistent on how to leave the EU than most British politicians
It’s a disaster, and it’s not over yet
The hardest part to swallow of the Good Friday Agreement was the release of paramilitary prisoners
No one is in control and the country’s whole system of governance is creaking
The UK’s former chancellor on Brexit, cannabis and editing a newspaper
Bit by bit, blow by blow, motion by motion, the largest democratic vote in British history is slain
The soldiers of 1 Para weren’t just unapologetic killers, but unrelenting liars
The growing mood in Britain is that the country wants Brexit over and done with.