Maybe the Braggart of Brussels doesn't . . . share our values.
Where German pragmatism and prosperity were once best served by a closer relationship with London, now they depend on the cohesion of the single market.
Come for the Thornberry shade, stay for the swearing.
When we leave the EU our support for Somalia’s future must remains as strong as it is today.
A social thinker illuminates his country's populist divides.
The party's draft manifesto will include a pledge to limit arms sales to Saudi Arabia.
The removal of the protective balm of so many Republicans so early means that the Democrats - and the world - can hope that the Trump administration proves to be short-lived.
The inexperienced new French president needs to translate his election win into seats in parliament if he wants to get anything done
Macron ran on an unapologetic economically and socially liberal platform, and seems to have carried with him a wave of popularity. But this idea is a fantasy.
The upwards progression of the far-right is now a permanent feature of the French political landscape. The constitution is vulnerable.
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