Julia Rampen is the editor of The Staggers, The New Statesman's online rolling politics blog. She was previously deputy editor at Mirror Money Online and has worked as a financial journalist for several trade magazines.
The UK must prepare for years, if not decades, of negotiating.
The remaining member states know a bargaining chip when they see one.
Legal experts believe they have found an escape hatch if Britain's negotiations turn out to be a damp squib.
Fletcher was credited with masterminding Corbyn's rise to the top of the Labour party.
The break-up of the UK is a convenient warning for both opponents of Brexit and nationalists alike.
The US President seemed to dismantle two decades of foreign policy in his press conference with Benjamin Netanyahu.
If death threats are the price to pay for a seat in Parliament, the next generation of talented women will look elsewhere.
Progessives are clinging onto Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau. And not because of his looks.
Voters have the jitters. But what keeps them up at night may be real - or fantasy.
More than 13 per cent of those who voted Leave now regret their vote, according to one survey.
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