It's often suggested that Brexit could lead to the break-up of the UK. But could the reverse be true?
Rachel Shabi / July 19, 2018
Bigotry arises in whatever form society deems permissable. Rather than pointing out that another party is worse, we should be fighting prejudice wherever we see it
Pre-Brexit, Milton Keynes was lobbying for the title of European Capital of Culture. If we did end up staying in, they'd be a deserving receiptant
Chumming up with a country that has only just walked off in a huff might not be what the pro-European Macron had in mind when he talked about reform, but he should embrace it
Money talks and so could tourists
People in England are more likely to feel "English" than "British." Yet debates on everything from sovereignty to shared values focus on the latter—and it's holding the country back
Alex Kane / July 18, 2018
The “constructive ambiguity” of 1998 has morphed into destructive clarity. So why will nobody in Westminster—or Stormont—do anything about it?
Catherine Baker / July 17, 2018
Grabar-Kitarović’s fascinated the international press with her enthusiasm at the World Cup final. But the story it tells at home is more complicated
A hard border or a close relationship with Europe. Pick one
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