Tory anti-Europeanism ended Margaret Thatcher, John Major, David Cameron and Theresa May. Who’s next?
As a million people march, Britain drops deeper into the Brexit black hole.
EU countries are wary to allow for yet more time wasting by futile Brexit discussions occupying the EU agenda just because British politicians are incapable of making up their minds.
Is it all downhill for President Macron from here on out? The early political fortunes of two other major Western reform politicians – Margaret Thatcher and Bill Clinton – should provide comfort.
Why is Greece supporting a dictatorship in Venezuela that is as bad as the Colonels’ Junta that ruled Greece from 1967 to 1974?
Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn’s belief is that Europe is the problem, not the answer.
The message from the UK House of Commons is: No to Theresa May, but not yes to any alternative.
Never has British politics been so polarised and never has the quality of political leadership in Britain been so weak. The Brexit saga is far from over.
Years and years of negotiations about the future UK-EU relations lie ahead — if the ambitions are ever to be set into an international treaty.