Brexit

Theresa May has ruled out a People’s Vote, but I don’t buy it

Politics

Theresa May has ruled out a People’s Vote, but I don’t buy it

by Luke Myer

A U-turn Prime Minister, her refusal to consider a second referendum means nothing.
Christmas Day + Brexit = no deal

Christmas

Christmas Day + Brexit = no deal

by Nimrod Kamer

Turkey and politics don’t go very well together, but our guidelines should help you to cope.
A victory that settles absolutely nothing

Politics

A victory that settles absolutely nothing

by Matthew d'Ancona

May's survival doesn't really change the fundamental facts of British politics – Brexit is still a mess.
While parliament navel gazes, young people are taking action

Politics

While parliament navel gazes, young people are taking action

by Amanda Chetwynd-Cowieson and Cathleen Clarke

Young people from across the country are at parliament today campaigning for a People’s Vote.
A sideshow, not a solution

Politics

A sideshow, not a solution

by Matthew d'Ancona

‘This evening’s vote on Theresa May’s leadership is a distraction, an indulgence and a parlour game.’
Brexit Deal-Watch 11: Suspended animation

Politics

Brexit Deal-Watch 11: Suspended animation

by Matthew d'Ancona

Theresa May has postponed the vote on her proposed Brexit deal and the edge of the cliff, down which the losers will tumble, is starting to look awfully close.
Brexit Deal-Watch 10: Everything has changed

People's Vote

Brexit Deal-Watch 10: Everything has changed

by Matthew d'Ancona

The next ten days may well be the most tumultuous in British politics since the fall of Margaret Thatcher in November 1990.
Brexit Deal-Watch 9: The world’s most pointless debate

People's Vote

Brexit Deal-Watch 9: The world’s most pointless debate

by Matthew d'Ancona

We are now only 120 days away from Brexit.
Welcome to a world ruled by networks

Politics

Welcome to a world ruled by networks

by Matthew d'Ancona

Old-fashioned institutional analysis is no longer sufficient to understand power.
Brexit Deal-Watch 8: May goes to the mattresses

Politics

Brexit Deal-Watch 8: May goes to the mattresses

by Matthew d'Ancona

‘Don't expect peace any time soon.’
Brexit Deal-Watch 7: Ambiguous? Yes, but pointlessly so

Politics

Brexit Deal-Watch 7: Ambiguous? Yes, but pointlessly so

by Matthew d'Ancona

The mood in Westminster is extraordinarily bitter, jaded, cynical.
Was the rise in antidepressant prescriptions really fuelled by Brexit?

Politics

Was the rise in antidepressant prescriptions really fuelled by Brexit?

by Simon Doherty

After the referendum, the volume of antidepressants prescribed increased by 13.4 per cent.
Brexit Deal-Watch 6: Who do you think you are kidding, Mrs May?

People's Vote

Brexit Deal-Watch 6: Who do you think you are kidding, Mrs May?

by Matthew d'Ancona

Theresa May is becoming increasingly desperate as the days go on.
I’m a Celebrity…get me out of Brexit

Television

I’m a Celebrity…get me out of Brexit

by Matthew d'Ancona

Brexit Deal-Watch 5: Magical thinking at the edge of the abyss

People's Vote

Brexit Deal-Watch 5: Magical thinking at the edge of the abyss

by Matthew d'Ancona

When is the political class going to recognise that a People’s Vote is the only way to break the impasse?
The DRUGSTORE CULTURE Vodcast #12: Matt Kelly on Brexit and a week of political crisis

Vodcast

The DRUGSTORE CULTURE Vodcast #12: Matt Kelly on Brexit and a week of political crisis

by Drugstore Culture

The Editor-in-Chief of The New European, Matt Kelly, discusses what Britain’s relationship with the EU might look like in a year's time, with DRUGSTORE CULTURE's Matthew d'Ancona.
Brexit Deal-Watch 4: May’s Mexican stand-off

People's Vote

Brexit Deal-Watch 4: May’s Mexican stand-off

by Matthew d'Ancona

The main players are encircled in a Mexican stand-off where the stakes are nothing less than the future of the country.
Brexit Deal-Watch 3: May says she’ll ‘get the runs in the end’. But the stumps are long gone

People's Vote

Brexit Deal-Watch 3: May says she’ll ‘get the runs in the end’. But the stumps are long gone

by Matthew d'Ancona

She gave the assembled hacks the line they were looking for: ‘Am I going to see this through? Yes.’