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.
Former British Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg has been bought up by the Silicon Valley giant to mollify the EU.
Alexis Tsipras admired Hugo Chavez. Then he became Greece’s Prime Minister. Now, he’s Washington’s good friend.
It is ludicrous to blame Angela Merkel’s refugee policies for strengthening the Brexit vote. The wave of xenophobia was the result of the UK’s own administrative ineptitude.
Not just the Tories, but Emmanuel Macron and Jeremy Corbyn highlight how big the gap between Britain and the EU remains.
Do the disgusting comments Boris Johnson hurled at Theresa May finally mark the end of Boris Johnson’s career in British politics? Might emigration to Trump’s America be his only option?
A German as head of the European Commission? If this is unstoppable, leave the German man who is lined up for the post in Berlin. Instead, send a powerful German woman to Brussels.