The chief misconception is to assess Common Market 2.0 in isolation from the other options. But we will never break the deadlock if we keep on taking absolutist positions
Cécile Guerin and Julia Ebner / April 25, 2019
The attacks in Christchurch and Sri Lanka have exposed a pernicious myth of a clash between civilisations—one that's fuelling extremism on all sides
Adam Tomkins / April 25, 2019
The first minister beats the independence drum but voters are fed up with constitutional wrangling
In the short term, the "Tiggers" will fail to gain support—and crucial media coverage—unless they stress their Remain stance. But longer-term success requires a different strategy entirely
Anna Cafolla / April 24, 2019
Amnesty and Reporters Without Borders have both highlighted the risk to journalists in Northern Ireland. After McKee's death, it's time politicians and press across the UK took the lives of its...
The mechanics of reversing Brexit
Jason Murugesu / April 23, 2019
Eight per cent of the country is Asian—but Asian players make up only a tiny fraction of professional footballers. Twenty years after the FA first flagged the problem, why has so little changed?
Christopher Grey / April 18, 2019
The prime minister’s short-termism explains why we are in this mess today
MPs could force through a second vote but there is no sense in rushing the process—better to get it right
"They will take from you everything": how the far-right is already exploiting the tragedy of the Notre Dame fire
Cécile Guerin / April 17, 2019
From unverified claims that the fire was intentional to fake pictures and videos of alleged arsonists, far-right internet trolls started spreading disinformation within minutes of the fire breaking...