Earlier this summer Theresa May came to Italy on holiday where she made headlines for drunkenly singing ‘God Save Our Gracious Queen’ in a hotel bar. To me, this was a more honest Theresa than the one we saw yesterday.
Last week, during a day of action in London, British and Europeans mobilised together to protect their EU citizenship rights, turning anxiety into action.
On Wednesday 13 September, citizens groups the3million and British in Europe in partnership with Another Europe is Possible (Global Justice …
From the Good Friday Agreement to free trade relations and citizenship rights, there is much at stake on the UK-EU border.
The European public will have a greater impact on the Brexit negotiations than is usually recognised. But where are Britain’s closest allies? And who would relish a firm separation?
EU hopefuls in the Balkans and Caucasus featured in an unflattering tug-of-war between Brexit enthusiasts and their opponents.
The costs and possible opportunities of Brexit on gender equality and democracy in the UK.