Anyone suggesting Britain can just walk away from the European Union is kidding themselves.
This Brexit-focused election is just one milestone in a long and complex relationship between the UK and the EU.
The Chancellor's comments are aimed at a domestic and European audience, and she won't be abandoning Anglo-German relationships just yet.
Just 5 per cent of Poles and 2 per cent of Lithuanians are enfranchised. They could transform politics.
With Brexit, "we" made something happen. Labour's popular policies cannot compete.
The government's Brexit policy is the only thing not changed by the Conservatives' new manifesto.
The former chancellor says in an Evening Standard editorial that no senior cabinet ministers back the net migration target - and he's right.
The Liberal Democrat politician and former deputy prime minister talks Emmanuel Macron, Prince and Brexit.
The UK should learn from the success of a similar project in Germany.
All that is needed is one bold and generous political act at the start of Brexit negotiations.
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