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01 | August | 2019

After agreeing to a six-month extension as EU member until 31 October, Britain is more divided than ever on Brexit and facing the mounting challenges to British politics after the resignation of Theresa May and the choice of a new Prime Minister.


Resources | Opinions & Analysis | Editorials | News


Deal or No Deal: What to Know About Brexit Under Boris Johnson [23/07/2019]
Richard Pérez-Peña, New York Times

Brexit ou «plan B»: que peut-il se passer après le vote des députés sur l’accord de sortie de l’UE? [14/01/2019]
Pierre Breteau, Le Monde

Brexit: All you need to know about the UK leaving the EU [26/11/2018]
Alex Hunt & Brian Wheeler, BBC News

Withdrawal Agreement and Political Declaration [25/11/2018]
Department for Exiting the European Union

De 2016 à 2021, le laborieux parcours du Brexit en quinze dates [25/11/2018]
Le Monde

Theresa May's draft Brexit deal: what is it and what happens next? [14/11/2018]
Kate Lyons, The Guardian

The EU's response to Brexit
European Council


Opinions & Analysis
The Tories have become the Brexit party [01/08/2019]
Philip Stephens, Financial Times

The Two Jacobs [01/08/2019]
James Meek, London Review of Books

Why Leaving the EU Could Mean Britain Loses Scotland [01/08/2019]
Elliot Ross, The Atlantic

No-deal Brexit was once a sick Tory joke. Now it’s serious [29/07/2019]
Simon Jenkins, The Guardian

A post-Brexit ‘Boris boom’? Stimulus, the pound beating expectations and a possible EU deal may make it happen [29/07/2019]
David Brown, SCMP

The EU must prepare for a no-deal Brexit [28/07/2019]
Wolfgang Münchau, Financial Times

Can Boris Johnson Survive Contact With Brexit Reality? [24/07/2019]
Aleks Eror, World Politics Review

Brexit and the left [23/07/2019]
Neal Lawson, Social Europe

Boris Johnson Is How Britain Ends [22/07/2019]
James Butler, The New York Times

We need the ‘can do’ spirit of 1960s America to help us get out of the EU [21/07/2019]
Boris Johnson, Daily Telegraph

Johnson’s threat to British soft power [18/07/2019]
Gordon Brown, The Daily Star

Brexit: wisdom of crowds proves effective predictor of Britain’s chaotic EU departure [17/07/2019]
Aleks Berditchevskaia & Kathy Peach, The Conversation

Brexit is at an impasse — so let the people decide its fate [16/07/2019]
Margaret Beckett & Dominic Grieve, The Evening Standard

What Is Wrong With Us? [10/07/2019]
Rory Stewart, New Statesman

Royaume-Uni: cap sur le Brexit dur! [05/07/2019]
Frédérique Berrod, The Conversation

No-deal Brexit is a tripwire into economic chaos [05/07/2019]
Carolyn Fairbairn, Financial Times

The insecurity of a new no-deal Brexit Prime Minister [02/07/2019]
Helena Farrand Carrapico, Jocelyn Mawdsley & Richard G. Whitman, LSE Blog

Where Brexit goes, the law shall follow [25/06/2019]
Rebecca Christie, Bruegel

A Brexit Prime Minister Must Offer More Than Glib Slogans [20/06/2019]
Chris Giles, Financial Times

Why a No Deal Brexit Is Now Most Likely [18/06/2019]
Ivan Rogers, Spectator

Boris Johnson is a threat to democracy itself [18/06/2019]
Simon Wren-Lewis, New Statesman

Britain’s Labour Party Has Tried to Appeal to Everyone on Brexit—and Failed [04/06/2019]
Aleks Eror, World Politics Review

Britain Now Confronts a Lost Decade [31/05/2019]
Philip Stephens, Financial Times

Northern Ireland and the backstop: Why 'alternative arrangements' aren't an alternative [29/05/2019]
Sam Lowe, CER

How ambiguity on Brexit is hurting Britain’s main political parties [28/05/2019]
Ryan Bourne, Washington Post

The EU election changes nothing. May’s deal is still the only way forward [27/05/2019]
Simon Jenkins, The Guardian

A second referendum is a bad option for Labour. But it may be the only one left [27/05/2019]
Owen Jones, The Guardian

Corbynism is now in crisis: the only way forward is to oppose Brexit [27/05/2019]
Paul Mason, The Guardian

Theresa May’s Successor May Be Just as Doomed [24/05/2019]
Owen Matthews, Foreign Policy

May Leaves, But Brexit Remains [24/05/2019]
Thomas Raines, Chatham House

The Milkshake Party manifesto [21/05/2019]
Otto English, Politico

Britain divides but doesn’t rule [15/05/2019]
Paul Taylor, Politico

Both Labour and the Tories have gone awol on Brexit [12/05/2019]
Matthew d’Ancona, The Guardian

A Backroom Stitch-Up Won't Solve Brexit [07/05/2019]
Rachel Sylvester, Times of London

Brexit Is Killing the Special Relationship [02/05/2019]
Stephen Paduano, Foreign Policy

Northern Ireland’s peace was already in trouble. Brexit is making things harder to fix. [01/05/2019]
Kimberly Cowell-Meyers, Carolyn Gallaher, Washington Post

Ultra-Remainers Could Score a Massive Own Goal on Brexit [01/05/2019]
Owen Jones, The Guardian

Finding the Real Will of the People [30/04/2019]
Charlene Rohr & Jonathan Grant, RAND

The Spies Who Came in from the Continent [27/04/2019]
Calder Walton, Foreign Policy

Post-Brexit immigration policy that shuts out low-skilled migrants won’t suit anyone [25/04/2019]
Heather Rolfe, The Conversation

Brexit extension: how much will it actually cost the UK to leave the EU? [17/04/2019]
Jonathan Perraton, The Conversation

Brexit des Anglais: pourquoi l’Europe ne peut pas dire « c’est leur problème»? [13/04/2019]
Michel Ghazal, Contrepoints

How things could turn ugly with Brexit [11/04/2019]
Sebastian Mallaby, Washington Post

Brexit extended to October 31: why the EU chose a six-month reprieve for its awkward partner [11/04/2019]
Nieves Perez-Solorzano, The Conversation

Brexit Identities [10/04/2019]
Andrés Velasco, Project Syndicate

Brexit and the harsh reality of any further Article 50 extension [09/04/2019]
David Allen Green, Financial Times

Brexit is just one front in Europe’s battle for its soul [09/04/2019]
Timothy Garton Ash, The Guardian

Why Jeremy Corbyn secretly hopes his Brexit talks with Theresa May will fail [09/04/2019]
Craig Berry, The Conversation

Strong and stable? Britons want a new leader who is willing to break the rules, poll says. [08/04/2019]
Jennifer Hassan & Rick Noack, Washington Post

A long Brexit extension offers a chance to think again [04/04/2019]
Martin Wolf, Financial Times

The value of the customs union to the UK is overrated [04/04/2019]
Larry Elliott, The Guardian

Brexit, Ireland and the Failure of the European Idea [04/04/2019]
Jochen Bittner, New York Times

The road to Brexit: how did the UK end up here? [04/04/2019]
Christopher Fear, The Conversation

Goodbye EU, and goodbye the United Kingdom [04/04/2019]
Philip Stephens, Financial Times

Why, as a Former Remainer, I'd Now Back Leaving EU [03/04/2019]
Piers Morgan, The Spectator

What the Brexit Mess Means for America [03/04/2019]
Paul R. Pillar, National Interest

Could Macron knock Britain out of the EU next week? [03/04/2019]
John Lichfield, The Guardian

The United Kingdom Has Gone Mad [03/04/2019]
Thomas Friedman, New York Times

Theresa May Crosses the Rubicon [03/04/2019]
Robert Peston, Spectator

Theresa May Clearly Thinks Jeremy Corbyn Is Stupid [03/04/2019]
Sean O'Grady, Independent

Theresa May Tears Up Her Red Lines [03/04/2019]
Paul Goodman, Conservative Home

Theresa May was warned about Brexit. She didn’t listen. [02/04/2019]
Anne Applebaum, Washington Post

Le Brexit, une tragicomédie sans issue [02/04/2019]
Dominique Moïsi, Les Echos

Remainers, take note: Much of Europe just wants to excise the British cancer [01/04/2019]
Charles Grant, The Guardian

Britain’s Crisis Isn’t Constitutional. It’s Political. [01/04/2019]
Vernon Bogdanor, Foreign Policy

En finir avec le Brexit grâce aux élections européennes [01/04/2019]
Julien Damon, Le Point

British House Speaker Bercow on His Brexit Role [01/04/2019]
Interview to John Bercow, Der Spiegel

Brexit’s Endgame [01/04/2019]
Peter Kellner, Carnegie Europe

Brexit is no game. But that’s how Tories are treating the indicative votes [01/04/2019]
Barry Gardiner, The Guardian

The Empire Strikes Back: Brexit, History and the Decline of Global Britain [03/2019]
Eoin Drea, Martens Centre

EU has little appetite for another Brexit extension [31/03/2019]
Wolfgang Münchau, Financial Times

Give the people a final say: the case for a referendum is far stronger than in 2016 [31/03/2019]
Matthew d’Ancona, The Guardian

The UK needs a year-long extension on Brexit – to really take back control [30/03/2019]
Gordon Brown, The Guardian

Ireland Faces Tense Week Over Brexit Border Plans [30/03/2019]
Cliff Taylor, Irish Times

Leave vs. Remain caricatures have only added to Brexit’s messiness [30/03/2019]
Megan McArdle, Washington Post

The cost of Brexit to December 2018: Towards relative decline? [30/03/2019]
John Springford, CER

El Brexit y la obsesión de ser una isla [30/03/2019]
Rafa de Miguel, El País

The Irish Border Is a Scar [30/03/2019]
Patrick Radden Keefe, New York Times

The Brexit Hour Has Come [29/03/2019]
Chris Patten, Project Syndicate

Theresa May’s Third Brexit Loss Closes More Doors [29/03/2019]
Amy Davidson Sorkin, New Yorker

Theresa May loses another Brexit vote: here’s why April 12 is now the key date to watch [29/03/2019]
Kenneth Armstrong, The Conversation

The Guilty Men and Women of the UK's National Debacle [29/03/2019]
Anthony Seldon, New Statesman

Brexit indicative votes: what happens next? [28/03/2019]
Chris Stafford, The Conversation

What the Withdrawal 'Separation' Means For Brexit [28/03/2019]
Tom Kibasi, The Guardian

How Theresa May's greatest victory in Europe sowed the seeds of her Brexit defeat [28/03/2019]
James Crisp, Telegraph

Brexit: what a delay means for EU citizens and the settled status scheme [28/03/2019]
Egle Dagilyte, The Conversation

Brexit Fever is Breaking [28/03/2019]
Anatole Kaletsky, Project Syndicate

How Brexit brought Britain’s constitution to the brink [27/03/2019]
Matthew Cole, The Conversation

How the UK lost Brexit battle [27/03/2019]
Tom McTague, Politico

MPs Reject Every Brexit Option - What Next? [27/03/2019]
Katy Balls, Spectator

May’s exit won’t halt Britain’s slow drift into a kind of Brexit civil war [27/03/2019]
Martin Kettle, The Guardian

LBJ’s Harsh Lessons for Theresa May [27/03/2019]
John M. Roberts, Atlantic Council

Brexit Q+A: Theresa May offers to stand down as British prime minister, but there’s a catch [27/03/2019]
Tom Quinn, The Conversation

Let the People Decide on Brexit [26/03/2019]
Hans-Werner Sinn, Project Syndicate

Revoke Brexit? Don’t Hold Your Breath [25/03/2019]
Therese Raphael, Bllooomberg

Rethinking Brexit is the only way forward [23/03/2019]
Fred Kempe, CNBC

Why I am marching against Brexit today [23/03/2019]
Andrew Adonis, The Guardian

Brexit and the Speaker’s Tale [22/03/2019]
Marion Turner, Project Syndicate

The Brexit farce is about to turn to tragedy [22/03/2019]
Robert Cooper, Financial Times

Brexit deadline extended: why Brussels chose these dates and what happens now [22/03/2019]
Nieves Perez-Solorzano, The Conversation

Britain is in a hole – Europe, we need you to dig us out [20/03/2019]
Timothy Garton Ash, The Guardian

The EU should insist on a long extension [20/03/2019]
Nicolai von Ondarza, SWP

How Second Thatcherite Revolution Could Follow Brexit Crisis [20/03/2019]
David Miliband, New Statesman

The Brexit Bind [18/03/2019]
Edward Lucas, CEPA

No deal, no border [17/03/2019]
Sam Lowe, The Business Post

Brexit: Britain’s Commonwealth pivot is nothing new [15/03/2019]
Andrew Dougall, The Interpreter

Brexit: The Essential (and Depressing) Dynamics of Theresa May’s Parliament [15/03/2019]
Peter Kellner, Carnegie Europe

The Great Realignment of Britain [14/03/2019]
David Frum, The Atlantic

MPs vote against no-deal Brexit – but what does that actually mean? [14/03/2019]
Christoph Meyer, The Conversation

Europe Without the UK: Liberated or Diminished? [13/03/2019]
Sophia Besch, et. al., CER

MPs vote against no-deal Brexit – but what does that actually mean? [13/03/2019]
Christoph Meyer, The Conversation

Brexiteers Never Wanted Brexit to Begin With [13/03/2019]
Stephen Paduano, Foreign Policy

Britain's political system is at the breaking point [13/03/2019]
Jon Worth, Al Jazeera

Brexit Britain’s weakness exposed in US trade deal documents [12/03/2019]
Michael Plouffe, The Conversation

The case for no-deal Brexit [12/03/2019]
Michael Northcott, Politico

Whither Brexit? [03/2019]
Quentin Peel, Associate Fellow, Chatham House

The Brexit Endgame: A Visual Guide [08/03/2019]
Amy Davidson Sorkin, New Yorker

Don’t worry, Labour’s position hasn’t really changed – a second referendum is still firmly on the cards [07/03/2019]
Sean O'Grady, The Independent

Brexit is not a retreat into isolationism – survey suggests public remains committed to global security role [07/03/2019]
Thomas Scotto, Jason Reifler &Timothy B. Gravelle, The Conversation

EU should offer UK two Brexit options [06/03/2019]
Martin Sandbu, Financial Times

How Brexit will save Britain [05/03/2019]
Otto English, Politico

Is There an Upside to Brexit? [04/03/2019]
Jochen Bittner, New York Times

Brexit delay: what it would take for the EU to agree article 50 extension [01/03/2019]
Hussein Kassim, The Conversation

Theresa May has been forced to move on Brexit — now MPs must keep pushing [28/02/2019]
Matthew D'Ancona, The Evening Standard

A second Brexit vote will destroy what little trust is left in British politics [28/02/2019]
Ella Whelan, Irish Times

A ‘clean’ Brexit doesn’t exist. May finally admits it now [27/02/2019]
Rafael Behr, The Guardian

Rationality may prevail with a new Brexit vote [26/02/2019]
Scot Lehigh, Boston Globe

Jeremy Corbyn’s Brexit betrayal Is Complete [26/02/2019]
Brendan O'Neill, Spectator

Extending Article 50: One step too far for the EU? [26/02/2019]
Larissa Brunner & Fabian Zuleeg, EPC

Why Corbyn’s second referendum announcement changes everything – even if he’s still lukewarm [26/02/2019]
Andy Price, The Conversation

May Keeps Everybody Locked in Brexit Purgatory [26/02/2019]
Therese Raphael, Bloomberg

Cautious welcome in the Dáil for Brexit Apocalypse Bill [26/02/2019]
Miriam Lord, Irish Times

Brexit Backtracking [26/02/2019]
John M. Roberts, Atlantic Council

The economic effects of Brexit in the “Campo de Gibraltar”: an econometric approach [26/02/2019]
Luis Galiano Bastarrica, Elcano

Brexit endgame: One month out with no clarity in sight [25/02/2019]
Amanda Sloat, Brookings Institution

The EU 27 Are Not Ready For No-Deal Brexit [25/02/2019]
Pieter Cleppe, Spectator

On Loathing Rees-Mogg [21/02/2019]
Nicholas Spice, London Review of Books

Brexit’s Lost World [20/02/2019]
Ngaire Woods, Project Syndicate

Brexit Betrays Margaret Thatcher’s Carmaking Legacy [20/02/2019]
John Gapper, Financial Times

Brexit Briefing: What is Really Going On? [14/02/2019]
Richard Chew, Atlantic Council

May's Brexit Defeat Splits Parties and Could Prompt a Constitutional Revolution in Britain [14/02/2019]
John M. Roberts, Atlantic Council

Extending Article 50: Brussels Geopolitical Play [02/2019]
Alan Riley, CIDOB

Taking Back Control? The UK Parliament and the Brexit Withdrawal Negotiations [12/02/2019]
Tim Oliver, IAI

Brexit poll: British public thinks the EU has been harsh in negotiations [12/02/2019]
Sarah Wolff, Javier Sajuria & Tim Bale, The Conversation

A no-deal Brexit spells trouble for Emmanuel Macron [12/02/2019]
John Keiger, Spectator

The Nine Levels of Brexit Hell [09/02/2019]
James Bloodworth, Foreign Policy

The sighs have it [06/02/2019]
James O’Brien, The Times Literary Supplement

Can the UK extend the brexit deadline? [06/02/2019]
Agata Gostyńska-Jakubowska, CER

A Blind Brexit Will Simply Prolong the Agony [05/02/2019]
Tony Blair,The Guardian

Another Brexit referendum would be the EU’s worst nightmare [05/02/2019]
Jean Quatremer, The Guardian

Parliament voted to get a Brexit deal done now. So let’s make it happen [05/02/2019]
Caroline Flint, The Guardian

Brexit has been driven by England’s nostalgia for an imagined past [04/02/2019]
Michael Goldfarb, The National

Brexit: The collective madness behind Britain’s plan [01/02/2019]
Ian Dunt, Washington Post

Humiliated but Unrepentant, what Next for Theresa May? [01/2019]
Francis Ghilès, CIDOB

The three problems with changing the Brexit backstop [30/01/2019]
Robert Peston, The Spectator

Europe Needs to Show Britain the Door [30/01/2019]
Judy Dempsey, Washington Post

Los efectos del repliegue europeo [30/01/2019]
Pol Morillas, El País

MPs have voted for a fantasy. It’s an indictment of our entire political class [30/01/2019]

Jonathan Freedland, The Guardian

The Cooper amendment’s failure is a setback for the MPs pushing for a softer Brexit [29/01/2019]
Katy Balls, Spectator

A New Way Forward for Brexit? [29/01/2019]
David A. Wemer, Atlantic Council

May thinks she’s won. But the reality of Brexit will soon hit her again [29/01/2019] 
Rafael Behr, The Guardian

Welcome to the New Britain, Where Every Week Is Hell [28/01/2019]
Yasmeen Serhan, The Atlantic

Brexiters Never Had a Real Exit Plan [26/01/2019]
Nick Cohen, Guardian

Brexit, le coût exorbitant du scénario de la sortie sans accord [24/01/2019]
Vincent Vicard, La Tribune

Why a no-deal Brexit would be less costly for the EU than the UK [24/01/2019]
Agelos Delis, Karen Jackson & Oleksandr Shepotylo, The Conversation

Brexit and public opinion 2019 [01/2019]
AA.VV., UK in a Changing Europe

England Has Not Gone Mad [23/01/2019]
John Lloyd, Irish Times

A Trucker’s Guide to Post-Brexit Disruption [23/01/2019]
Chris Giles, Financial Times

What is driving this chaos? I’ll tell you. The EU is determined to punish us. [23/01/2019]
Daniel Hannan, Conservative Home

Brexit disorder: Corbyn and May [22/01/2019]
José Ignacio Torreblanca, ECFR

Brexit Demands a New British Politics [22/01/2019]
Guy Verhofstadt, Project Syndicate

How Brussels blew Brexit [21/01/2019]
Bruno Maçães, Politico

Brexit, le coût exorbitant du scénario de la sortie sans accord [20/01/2019]
Vincent Vicard, The Conversation

It was never about Europe. Brexit is Britain’s reckoning with itself [18/01/2019]
Fintan O'Toole, The Guardian

Bracing for Brexit: Could ‘no deal’ chaos spread to Germany? [18/01/2019]
Almut Möller, ECFR

Brexit at the crossroads [17/01/2019]
Anna Vilovatykh , RISS

What the Brexit Shambles Says About the State of British Democracy [17/01/2019]
Rosa Balfour, German Marshall Fund

The EU-27 must make a magnanimous gesture, and Brits must vote again [17/01/2019]
Andreas Kluth, Handelsblatt

A “No Deal” Brexit Is Best for Britain and the United States [17/01/2019]
Nile Gardiner, The Heritage Foundation

A semi-Brexit, with just England and Wales leaving the EU, is the solution [17/01/2019]
Kim Lane Scheppele, Foreign Policy

Brexit Showdown [16/01/2019]
Peter Kellner, Carnegie Europe

There’s Officially Nobody in Charge of Britain [16/01/2019]
Stephen Paduano, Foreign Policy

Brexit: Can Parliament Take Control? [16/01/2019]
Brendan Donnelly, The Federal Trust

After this staggering defeat for May, our country is left lost and adrift [15/01/2019]
Jonathan Freedland, Guardian

Theresa May, Britain’s Kafkaesque Prime Minister [15/01/2019]
Tom Whyman, The New York Times

A polite request from Europe: wake us up when you know what you want from Brexit [15/01/2019]
Joris Luyendijk, The Guardian

A Nation Bored of Brexit Risks Sleepwalking Into Disaster [14/01/2019]
John Harris, The Guardian

The Implications of No-Deal Brexit: Is The European Union Prepared? [14/01/2019]
Guntram B. Wolff, Bruegel

Britain's Economic Future Depends On Brexit [14/01/2019]
Salvatore Babones, The National Interest

Brexiters’ delusions on trade die hard [14/01/2019]
Gideon Rachman, Financial Times

Brexit: what are Theresa May’s options for a ‘plan B’? [14/01/2019]
Christopher Kirkland, The Conversation

With 75 days to Brexit, our future's on the line [13/01/2019]
Dan O'Brien, Irish Independent

From the Brexity bunch to hardline outsiders: A guide to the Tory cabinet factions [12/01/2019]
John Rentoul, The Independent

Brexit: parliament ties Theresa May in knots ahead of vote [09/01/2019]
Chris Stafford, The Conversation

Brexit's Impact on Europe's East [09/01/2019]
Janusz Bugajski, Center for European Policy Analysis

What’s Worse Than Brexit? This. [09/01/2019]
Rachel Rizzo, Politico

Brexit: The Uncivil War – what it told us, and what it didn’t [09/01/2019]
Charlotte O'Brien, The Conversation

Our Day Will Come: The Inevitability of Irish Unification as Brexit Approaches [07/01/2019]
Parker Ennis, Oxford University Politics Blog

Britain Needs a Brexit Insurance Plan [04/01/2019]
Jochen Bittner, The New York Times

Beware the clever lie of a 'clean break Brexit' [04/01/2019]
David Shariatmadari, The Guardian

Remainers are wrong to think the world hates Britain for seeking independence [04/01/2019]
Charles Moore, Telegraph

Britain clings to imperial nostalgia as Brexit looms [04/01/2019]
Ishaan Tharoor, Washington Post

Labour’s ambiguous Brexit stance is now untenable [03/01/2019]
John Mcternan, Financial Times

Decision time on Brexit for the UK [03/01/2019]
Cal Thomas, Fox News

May has run down the Brexit clock. It must be stopped [02/01/2019]
Chi Onwurah, The Guardian

Five Brexit myths that will be exposed next year [28/12/2018]
Matthew Lynn, Spectator

Brexit Britain Will Be Just Fine [27/12/2018]
Quentin Letts, Politico EU

The Sum of All Brexit Fears [27/12/2018]
Chris Patten, Project Syndicate

Theresa May should be grateful for Brexit – it's obscured her weak domestic agenda and the ongoing effects of austerity [26/12/2018]
Andrew Grice, The Independent

Turning Brexit Into a Celebration of Democracy [26/12/2018]
Yanis Varoufakis, Project Syndicate

Sacrificing Peace in Northern Ireland Is Not Acceptable Price for Brexit [20/12/2018]
Amanda Sloat, The Washington Post

As Brexit Deadline Beckons, Few Signs of Change in British Attitudes [20/12/2018]
Matthew Goodwin, Chatham House

No-deal Brexit is a national disaster. It is every politician’s job to avert it [19/12/2018]
Jonathan Freedland, The Guardian

A question of sovereignty: on the (im)possibility of Brexit [18/12/2018]
Adam Standring, SPERI

La política no sabe resolver el Brexit [18/12/2018]
Andrés Ortega, Elcano

Brexit Is Destroying Britain’s Constitution [18/12/2018]
Garvan Walshe, Foreign Policy

A rightwing cult is driving Brexit Britain towards the cliff-edge [17/12/2018]
Polly Toynbee, The Guardian

A people’s vote on Brexit was a distant hope. Last week changed that [16/12/2018]
Matthew d'Ancona, The Guardian

Ireland may face very uncomfortable choices in a no-deal Brexit [15/12/2018]
Cliff Taylor, Irish Times

Las vías de escape de May [15/12/2018]
Rafa De Miguel, El País

Decent middle England should reassert itself over Brexit [15/12/2018]
Stephen Collins, Irish Times

Will We Really Abandon Brexit Over a Mars Bar Shortage? [15/12/2018]
Boris Johnson, Spectator

Lecciones europeas frente al populismo [14/12/2018]
Carlos Carner, El País

Por qué sigue habiendo tantos británicos a favor del Brexit [14/12/2018]
Federico Steinberg, Elcano

My message to Europe: tell us you want Britain to stay [13/12/2018]
Timothy Garton Ash, Guardian

Brexit Britain: Small, Boring and Stupid [13/12/2018]
Ryan Heath, Politico

Theresa May Is Determined—and Doomed [13/12/2018]
Rosa Prince, The New York Times

Brexit: What Brexit? [13/12/2018]
Peter Kellner, Carnegie Europe

The bright side of Britain's Brexit chaos [12/12/2018]
Sebastian Mallaby, The Washington Post

Brexit endgame: Theresa May’s terrible, horrible, no good, very bad week [12/12/2018]
Amanda Sloat, Brookings

Britain's Brexit chaos: On the road to nowhere [10/12/2018]
James Hargrave, Washington Examiner

Brexit? Britain’s divides run far deeper than that [10/12/2018]
John Harris, The Guardian

No Brexit, No Exit From Brexit, and Nobody’s in Charge [10/12/2018]
Glen O'hara, Foreign Policy

The country will pay the price for May’s Brexit vote delay [10/12/2018]
Jonathan Freedland, The Guardian

Jeremy Corbyn, your fellow European socialists need you in the EU [10/12/2018]
George Papandreou and 68 others, The Guardian

Brexit Brawl Hurts Britain's Reputation [09/12/2018]
Ruth Sunderland, Daily Mail

Another Brexit referendum is a terrible idea [07/12/2018]
John Lloyd, Reuters

Brexit : «“Le vote du jugement dernier”» aura lieu le 11 décembre» [07/12/2018]
Patrick Le Galès, Le Monde

May’s Brexit deal ignores Leavers’ real grievance [07/12/2018]
Paul Wallace, Reuters

If Brexit Is Blocked, Will It Ever Be Worth Voting Again? [06/12/2018]
Douglas Murray, Spectator

Brexit and services: How deep can the UK-EU relationship go? [06/12/2018]
Sam Lowe, CER

Brexit Reveals the Hollowing Out of Britishness [05/12/2018]
Mark Hutchinson, Irish Times

Friends without benefits? Britain and the EU’s foreign and security policy [05/12/2018]
Andre Barrinha, University of Bath

Brexit Is Falling Apart — Slowly [05/12/2018]
Owen Matthews, Foreign Policy

Who is behind the push for a post-Brexit free trade deal with the US? [04/12/2018]
Felicity Lawrence, The Guardian

Brexit: From revelation to re-accession [04/12/2018]
Andrew Duff, European Policy Centre

Theresa May's Betrayal of Britain [04/12/2018]
Mervyn King, Bloomberg

The far right will try to exploit any Brexit outcome. We can’t let it happen [28/11/2018]
Owen Jones, The Guardian

Blame Brexit not Mrs May [28/11/2018]
Brendan Donnelly, The Federal Trust

Europe’s door is still open – but Britain will have to move fast [27/11/2018]
Timothy Garton Ash, The Guardian

Only the ‘Norway Plus’ plan can save Brexit [27/11/2018]
Nicholas Boles, Financial Times

Yes, Donald Trump is talking perfect sense on May’s Brexit deal [27/11/2018]
Peter Mandelson, The Guardian

Watching Britain’s Influence Shrink in Real Time [27/11/2018]
Yasmeen Serhan, The Atlantic

Brexit, lessons in negotiations for the European Union [26/11/2018]
Eric Maurice, Robert Schuman

The Brexit 'Future Relationship': not a deal, but a half-blind date [26/11/2018]
Michael Emerson, CEPS

Do not assume the UK will avoid a no-deal Brexit [26/11/2018]
Robert Shrimsley, Financial Times

Theresa May is gaslighting a nation with her Brexit deal mantra [26/11/2018]
Andy Price, The Conversation

Loss adjustment: European politics realigns for Brexit [26/11/2018]
Josef Janning, ECFR

Markets Won’t Come to the Rescue In a Brexit Crisis [26/11/2018]
Mark Gilbert, Bloomberg

May’s Brexit deal quietly gambles with our rights at work [26/11/2018]
Jason Moyer-Lee, The Guardian 

Whoever Brexit, owns it (the new Pottery Barn rule) [26/11/2018]
Andreas Kluth, Handelsblatt Global

Why Donald Trump thinks the Brexit deal is no good for US-UK trade [26/11/2018]
Freddy Gray, The Spectator

May’s Big Gamble: Everybody Is Bored of Brexit [26/11/2018]
Therese Raphael, Bloomberg

Can the UK cancel Brexit? We’re about to find out [24/11/2018]
Charles Day, The Spectator

Something’s Gotta Give: España ante el Consejo Europeo del Brexit [23/11/2018]
Salvador Llaudes, Ignacio Molina, Miguel Otero-Iglesias & Federico Steinberg, Elcano

We’re heading for a second referendum – and maybe a third [23/11/2018]
Vernon Bogdanor, The Guardian

Just as sovereignty eluded Quebec, the dream of the Brexiters is slipping from their grasp [23/11/2018]
John Rapley, Globe And Mail

Gibraltar is ours as long as citizens vote to be British and the Spanish ‘have no greater claim than they do on Portugal’ after Brexit [23/11/2018]
Rod Liddle, The Sun

Brexit and the Global Economy [22/11/2018]
Mohamed A. El-Erian, Project Syndicate

The Brexit road to Britain’s national collapse [22/11/2018]
Philip Stephens, Financial Times

What The EU Really Thinks About Brexit [22/11/2018]
Denis McShane, Social Europe

The EU's Brexit deal histrionics are great theatre. But it doesn't mean Theresa May has won [22/11/2018]
Asa Bennett, The Telegraph

The Odds on Brexit Not Happening are Shortening [21/11/2018]
Peter Westmacott, Atlantic Council

Britain will go back into the European club. History proves it [21/11/2018]
Simon Jenkins, The Guardian

Brexit: « Comme le boxeur qui résiste sous une pluie de coups, Theresa May garde le cap» [21/11/2018]
Sylvie Kauffmann, Le Monde

Is a “No Deal” Brexit Still Avoidable? [20/11/2018]
Henry Farrell, Foreign Affairs

Brexit provides Ireland with a commercial opportunity [20/11/2018]
David McWilliams 

Brexit shows why CEOs cannot be political leaders [20/11/2018]
Michael Skapinker, Financial Times

Will the Tories Sacrifice Theresa May to Survive? [19/11/2018]
Garvan Walshe, Foreign Policy

The Brexit withdrawal agreement [19/11/2018]
Silvia Merler, Bruegel

Brexit is a class betrayal. So why is Labour colluding in it? [19/11/2018]
John Harris, The Guardian

Generations to come will not forgive us. It is time for a second referendum [18/11/2018]
Michael Heseltine, The Guardian 

Europe’s door is still open – but Britain will have to move fast [17/11/2018]
Timothy Garton Ash, The Guardian

Theresa May’s deal is almost exactly the Brexit the UK voted for [16/11/2018]
Craig Berry, The Conversation 

In Brexit Negotiations, Both Sides Have Now Compromised [16/11/2018]
Georgina Wright, Chatham House

What Happens if Parliament Rejects May's Brexit Deal? [16/11/2018]
Charles Grant, CER

The paranoid fantasy behind Brexit [16/11/2018]
Fintan O'Toole, The Guardian

 Brexit and Broken Promises [16/11/2018]
Peter Hall, Foreign Affairs

Brexit Deal Gives Everyone Something to Hate [15/11/2018]
Anne Applebaum, Washington Post

A Brexit Deal Has Arrived. Now the Chaos Begins [15/11/2018]
Helen Lewis, The New York Times

 Britain Has Reached a New Worst-Case Scenario on Brexit [15/11/2018]
Sebastian Mallaby, Washington Post

 BREXIT deal done – now for the hard part [15/11/2018]
John Springford, CER

Labour Could Win Power if It Backs New Referendum [14/11/2018]
Andrew Adonis, Times

Brexit, Electricity and the No-Deal Scenario: Perspectives from Continental Europe, Ireland and the UK [10/2018]
Carole Mathieu, Steve Pye & Paul Deane, IFRI

Merkel is going but Germany won’t shift its stance on Brexit [30/10/2018]
Charles Grant, The Guardian

A no-deal Brexit would not end negotiations – and the EU knows it [30/10/2018]
Paul McGrade, The Guardian

How Cameron’s Misreading of Merkel Led to Brexit ​​​​​​​[29/10/2018]
James Kirkup, Spectator

A People’s Vote Isn’t Dogmatic – It’s Democratic Engagement At Its Best​​​​​​​ [29/10/2018]
Jude Wilkinson, Social Europe

It’s not defying voters, MPs, to try to make them think again on Brexit [28/10/2018]
Nick Cohen, The Guardian 

It may not stop Brexit. But I’m glad I joined the march for a People’s Vote [27/10/2018]
Ian Jack, The Guardian 

Brexit and The European Order [25/10/2018]
Joschka Fischer, Project Syndicate

A Deal with the EU Isn't Worth Breaking Up the UK [24/10/2018]
Owen Polley, CapX 

People’s vote on Brexit: everyone seems to be missing this key point [23/10/2018]
Joseph Lacey, The Conversation 

Brexit has already hurt EU and non-EU exports by up to 13% – new research [23/10/2018]
Terence Huw Edwards, Christian Soegaard & Mustapha Douch, The Conversation

Theresa May Could Back a New Brexit Referendum [23/10/2018]
Anatole Kaletsky, Project Syndicate

A People's Vote will be impossible without cross-party consensus [22/10/2018]
Chuka Umunna, The Independent

Reino Unido, entre el declive y el abismo [19/10/2018]
Walter Oppenheimer, El País

If you think Brexit will leave us weaker and poorer, march for a people’s vote [19/10/2018]
Timothy Garton Ash, The Guardian 

Extending the Brexit transition period: what does it mean for a deal? [19/10/2018]
David Phinnemore, The Conversation

How Brexit killed tolerance [18/10/2018]
Robert Shrimsley, Financial Times

No-deal Brexit: survey reveals 44% of people expect the UK to crash out of EU [18/10/2018]
Bobby Duffy & Anand Menon, The Conversation

«Un Brexit à l'aveuglette serait néfaste pour l'Europe comme pour la Grande-Bretagne» [17/10/2018]
Tony Blair, Nick Clegg & Michael Heseltine, Le Figaro

Brexit’s one certain outcome is uncertainty [17/10/2018]
Philip Stephens, Financial Times

Brexit Talks: Only the Beginning [17/10/2018]
Pierre Vimont, Carnegie Europe

Theresa May’s Kamikaze Brexit [16/10/2018]
Paul Taylor, Politico

Brexit’s Never-ending Transition [09/10/2018]
Peter Kellner, Carnegie Europe

What happens if parliament rejects a Brexit deal? [04/10/2018]
Michael Gordon, The Conversation


Johnson must silence doubters and resolve impasse over Brexit [24/07/2019]
South China Morning Post

Brexit Births Boris [23/07/2019]
Foreign Policy

A race to harden Brexit [23/07/2019]
The Guardian

Brexit: U.K's pending divorce with the EU [29/05/2019]
The Hindu

Labour must show it can offer an alternative [26/05/2019]
The Observer

Making Britain vulnerable [08/05/2019]
The Guardian

There will be no end to the Brexit saga if Theresa May and Jeremy Corbyn waste time on another deal [06/05/2019]
The Independent

Britain’s anti-Brexiters need a common front [23/04/2019]
Financial Times

MPs and Brexit: this is no time to disengage [14/04/2019]
The Guardian

« Halloween Brexit », mais pour quoi faire ? [12/04/2019]
Le Monde

For the sake of Britain, Theresa May must find a centrist consensus [09/04/2019]
Washington Post

Parties’ Brexit talks: to agree is to split [04/04/2019]
The Guardian

If Juncker is tired of Brexit now, a poorly timed British general election will really test his patience [01/04/2019]
The Independent

MPs offer a way out [31/03/2019]
The Guardian

Evening Standard comment: Celebrate – today is when we can take back control [30/03/2019]
Evening Standard

Brexit’s failure leaves the UK in a profound crisis [29/03/2019]
Financial Times

A Third Strike, but Britain Is Not Quite Out [29/03/2019]
New York Times

A symbolic Brexit date: May’s last stand [28/03/2019]
The Guardian

The Trouble With Theresa May’s Promise to Resign [28/03/2019]
The Economist

Ditching May Won’t Improve Her Brexit Plan [28/03/2019]

May’s resignation offer: a stitch-up for a bad deal [27/03/2019]
The Guardian

Whoever succeeds Theresa May will have to realise a second referendum is the only way to resolve Brexit [27/03/2019]
The Independent

Brexit’s revolution: eating its own [26/03/2019]
The Guardian

Parliament must restore some sanity over Brexit [25/03/2019]
Financial Times

To Deliver Brexit, May Must Resign [25/03/2019]
The Sun

Farrago of hostilities brings no-deal Brexit ever closer [25/03/2019]
China Daily

Brexit Is, at Bottom, About Self-Rule [24/03/2019]
Washington Examiner

Conservative crisis: made by Brexit [24/03/2019]
The Guardian

The people have marched; now MPs must take up the challenge [23/03/2019]
The Observer

Theresa May must give parliament a chance [22/03/2019]
Financial Times

May cede ante los Comunes [27/02/2019]
La Vanguardia

Bring On That Second Brexit Vote [26/02/2019]

Another Ruinous Brexit Delay [25/02/2019]

Corbyn's Deadly Double Act [24/02/2019]
Daily Mail

What’s the Plan for Brexit? There Is No Plan [17/02/2019]
New York Times

Brexit uncertainty is costing the UK dearly [15/02/2019]
Financial Times

Brexit Rebels: Helpful Dissent [12/02/2019]
The Guardian

Businesses desperately need clarity over Brexit [08/02/2019]
Financial Times

Brexit and Ireland: the forging of folly [05/02/2019]
The Guardian

Flying Is a Bargain Now, But What Will Brexit Do? [03/02/2019]
London Evening Standard

May’s pyrrhic victory will not resolve Brexit [30/01/2019]
Financial Times

Evening Standard comment: Commons must delay Brexit, then make a plan [29/01/2019]
London Evening Standard

If parliament cannot resolve Brexit, a new referendum is needed [22/01/2019]
Financial Times

Britain Races Toward a Cliff. Time to Slow Down. [17/01/2019]
New York Times

Brexit, mother of all messes [17/01/2019]
The Economist

UK parliament must unite to prevent no-deal Brexit [15/01/2019]
Irish Independent

Mrs May’s deal: dead before the vote [14/01/2019]
The Guardian

More pandemonium awaits amid unknowns of Brexit [11/01/2019]
Irish Independent

Britain and the American Option [02/01/2019]
Wall Street Journal

No One Is Ready for a No-Deal Brexit [02/01/2019]

The state of the union [25/12/2018]
The Guardian

Labour’s Brexit: damage limitation not an opportunity [23/12/2018]
The Guardian

Running the clock down on Brexit cannot continue to be an option for Mrs May [17/12/2018]
The Telegraph

May’s Delays Are Making Brexit Worse [17/12/2018]

Why the only sensible option for Britain is a second vote [16/12/2018]

Why the only sensible option for Britain is a second vote [16/12/2018]

Theresa May has returned from Brussels virtually empty-handed – but there's still hope [15/12/2018]
The Independent

London staggers towards the exit [15/12/2018]
Irish Times

A cent jours du Brexit, Theresa May dans l’impasse [15/12/2018]
Le Monde

Theresa May has returned from Brussels virtually empty-handed – but there's still hope [15/12/2018]
The Independent

May Should Admit That Brexit Has Failed [11/12/2018]

Theresa May’s Brexit strategy: the lesser of two humiliations [10/12/2018]
Irish Times

Theresa May’s deal is in deadlock – only a Final Say can release the bind [10/12/2018]
The Independent

The prime minister is on the run [10/12/2018]
The Guardian

With next week’s Brexit showdown on the horizon, now is the time to seek clarity about Britain’s future [09/12/2018]
The Independent

The government needs to be honest with the public about the consequences of Brexit [04/12/2018]
The Independent

Now the government has admitted Brexit’s economic cost, the case for giving the people the Final Say is stronger than ever [28/11/2018]
The Independent

If Britain must Brexit, this is the best deal it can get [27/11/2018]
Globe and Mail

Le Brexit sera-t-il le ciment de l’unité européenne? [27/11/2018]
Le Monde

Brexit voters are now changing their minds – let’s them give them a Final Say rather than a bad deal [26/11/2018]
The Independent

A sobering moment for Britain [25/11/2018]
The Guardian

Burning injustices: fanning Brexit’s flames [20/11/2018]
The Guardian

Brexit chaos: a threat to break up Britain [19/11/2018]
The Guardian

Risk of Brexit disaster merits planning for indyref2 [18/11/2018]
The National

El mal menor del pésimo 'Brexit' [16/11/2018]
El Mundo

Dangerous Days in the UK [16/11/2018]
Times of London

The options presented by May are dire – all that is left is a Final Say [16/11/2018]
The Independent

Brexit : le meilleur accord perdant-perdant [15/11/2018]
Le Monde

Theresa May’s deal: reset the debate [14/11/2018]
The Guardian

The Daily Mail and Brexit: a very public shift [23/10/2018]
The Guardian

Tories and Brexit: rage against the facts [22/10/2018]
The Guardian

Beyond the march, The Independent presses MPs to keep our options open on the most important decision in generations [21/10/2018]
The Independent

A longer Brexit transition can ease trading troubles [18/10/2018]
Financial Times

It’s time for Theresa May to finally say no to Brussels and take back control by leaving ALL of the EU’s major institutions [18/10/2018]
The Sun


Government refuses to rule out emergency no-deal Brexit budget [01/08/2019]
atrick Greenfield, The Guardian

Johnson sends 'ditch the backstop' message to EU via Brexit adviser [31/07/2019]
Daniel Boffey, The Guardian

El Brexit duro de Johnson provoca una fuerte caída de la libra en los mercados [30/07/2019]
El País

In Push to Leave One Union, U.K.’s Boris Johnson Risks Another [29/07/2019]
Stephen Castle, New York Times

U.K.’s Boris Johnson Urges EU Rethink on Brexit Deal [25/07/2019]
Jill Lawless & Danica Kirka, Sidney Morning Herald

European chiefs press Johnson to explain Brexit plan in detail [24/07/2019]
Daniel Boffey, The Guardian

Boris Johnson becomes PM with promise of Brexit by 31 October [24/07/2019]
Rowena Mason, The Guardian

EU warns incoming British PM Johnson it won't change Brexit terms [23/07/2019]
Gabriela Baczynska & Michel Rose, Reuters

EU is 'unimpressed' by threats of no-deal Brexit: BBC [18/07/2019]
Daily Star

Will Boris Johnson’s bluster over a no-deal Brexit collide with reality? [11/07/2019]
George Parker, Sebastian Payne & James Blitz, Financial Times 

Corbyn says Labour would back remain in Brexit referendum [09/07/2019]
Heather Stewart, The Guardian

UK Tory contenders vow to scrap Irish border Brexit policy [02/07/2019]
Jill Lawless, Washington Post

El Brexit, un grave daño al vínculo entre las dos Irlandas [21/06/2019]
Carlos Fresneda, El Mundo

EU citizens in UK at risk of Windrush-style catastrophe, say MPs [30/05/2019]
Lisa O'Carroll, The Guardian

Nigel Farage Demands Seat at Brexit Talks [27/05/2019]
Francis Elliott et al, Times of London

Brexit Party piles pressure on Britain’s Conservatives as Labour and Tory support colapses [27/05/2019]
Paul Waldie, The Globe & Mail

Farage warns Tories Brexit party could win general election [27/05/2019]
Rowena Mason, Amy Walker & Matthew Weaver, The Guardian

Theresa May to Resign, Make Way for New Prime Minister, After Brexit Failures [24/05/2019]
Karla Adam & William Booth, The Washington Post

Theresa May Appears to Pull EU Withdrawal Bill [23/05/2019]
Jim Pickard, Financial Times

May abre las puertas a un segundo referéndum si el Parlamento aprueba su nueva propuesta de Brexit [22/05/2019]
El País

Never mind the bollocks, here’s the Liberal Democrats [21/05/2019]
Charlie Cooper, Politico

Jeremy Corbyn Halts Brexit Talks With Theresa May [17/05/2019]
Stephen Castle, The New York Times

May and Corbyn on Brexit: If at first you don’t succeed … [15/05/2019]
Tom McTague, Politico

Theresa May to bring her Brexit deal back to parliament in June [14/05/2019]
Charlie Cooper, Politico

May could set departure date next week, says influential Tory [11/05/2019]
Jacopo Barigazzi, Politico

Brexit impasse leads to longest UK parliament session since civil war [13/05/2019]
Peter Walker, The Guardian

Poll surge for Brexit party sparks panic among Tories and Labour [12/05/2019]
Toby Helm & Michael Savage, The Observer

Meet the anti-Farages [02/05/2019]
Charlie Cooper, Politico

UK and Ireland sign deal to guarantee rights of citizens after Brexit [08/05/2019]
Lisa O'Carroll, The Guardian

Brexit talks between UK government and opposition near collapse: ITV [08/05/2019]
Daily Star

May ofrece nuevas cesiones a Corbyn para intentar salvar el Brexit [05/05/2019]
Rafa de Miguel, El País

UK’s May seeks Brexit deal ‘soon’ as delayed exit costs rise [01/05/2019]
Jill Lawless, Washington Post

Theresa May: no-deal preparations will continue despite Brexit delay [15/04/2019]
Rajeev Syal, The Guardian

Brexit talks ‘will stall unless May shifts on customs union’ [14/04/2019]
Jessica Elgot, The Guardian

What are the key dates between now and the new Brexit deadline? [12/04/2019]
Jessica Elgot, The Guardian

Los Veintisiete ven el acuerdo entre May y Corbyn como la última posibilidad de retrasar el Brexit [09/04/2019]
Lluís Pellicer & Ana Carbajosa, El País

Macron, el ‘halcón’ europeo del Brexit [09/04/2019]
Marc Bassets, El País

May to visit Berlin and Paris in push to delay Brexit date [08/04/2019]
Financial Times

May asks for a new 30 June Brexit delay while Tusk offers 12-month extension [05/04/2019]
Irene Kostaki, New Europe

Juncker rejects May appeal for a further short Brexit delay [03/04/2019]
Daniel Boffey & Jennifer Rankin, The Guardian

May and Corbyn hold ‘constructive’ talks on Brexit [03/04/2019]
Charlie Cooper, Politico

Juncker ofrece a May otra prórroga del Brexit a cambio de aprobar el acuerdo de salida [03/04/2019]
Bernardo de Miguel, El País

Brexit: Theresa May says UK will seek 'short extension' as she reaches out to Corbyn for new deal [02/04/2019]
Joe Watts, The Independent

House of Commons rejects all Brexit options — again [02/04/2019]
Charlie Cooper & Annabelle Dickson, Politico

Brexit options: Stick close to EU, crash out, think again [01/04/2019]
Jill Lawless, Associated Press

The rival plans to Theresa May’s Brexit deal [01/04/2019]
Henry Mance, Financial Times

Britain 'could leave EU by 22 May if MPs vote for customs union' [01/04/2019]
Daniel Boff, The Guardian

Theresa May weighs fourth vote on Brexit deal [01/04/2019]
Jim Pickard, Financial Times 

How the UK lost the Brexit battle [31/03/2019]
Tom McTague, Politico

EU ready to ‘discuss’ post-Brexit customs union, says Macron ally [31/03/2019]
Maïa de La Baume, Politico

EU would delay Brexit again to let UK hold a second referendum [30/03/2019]
Jon Stone, The Independent

‘We’re in the Last Hour’: Democracy Itself Is on Trial in Brexit, Britons Say [30/03/2019]
Ellen Barry & Benjamin Mueller, New York Times

Brexit: as May's deal is defeated for the third time, the next steps explained [29/03/2019]
Daniel Boffey, the Guardian

No-deal Brexit ‘really likely’, says top EU Brexit advisor [29/03/2019]
Jon Stone, The Independent

Parliament again rejects Theresa May’s Brexit deal, on the day Britain was supposed to ‘take back control’ [29/03/2019]
William Booth, Karla Adam & Michael Birnbaum, Washington Post

May puts stripped-down Brexit deal to 'last chance' vote in parliament [29/03/2019]
William James & Kylie MacLellan, Elizabeth Piper, Reuters

Government says it will accept giving MPs more say over Brexit talks [29/03/2019]
Jessica Elgot & Rowena Mason, the Guardian

House of Commons to debate Brexit motion Friday [28/03/2019]
Charlie Cooper, Politico

What Brexit means without May [28/03/2019]
Oliver Wiseman, CapX

Brexit : « No. No. No. No. No. No. No. No. », la presse britannique s’amuse du bourbier politique [28/03/2019]
Le Monde

EU moves into crisis mode as it plans for no-deal Brexit [28/03/2019]
Daniel Boffey, The Guardian

Le gouvernement britannique veut soumettre, une troisième fois, son accord de Brexit aux députés vendredi [28/03/2019]
Le Monde

Scottish Parliament votes to revoke Article 50 and cancel Brexit [28/03/2019]
Alistair Grant, The Herald

Revoke Article 50 petition: Government rejects plea by 5.8 million people to cancel Brexit [27/03/2019]
Samuel Osborne, The Independent

Alternate Brexit Plans Rejected; Theresa May Offers to Step Down [27/03/2019]
Stephen Castle, The New York Times

Brexit: Political will of the people 'must be in question' as 55 per cent now want to stay in EU, poll finds [27/03/2019]
Adam Lusher, The Independent

Brexit votes: The lowdown on MPs' alternative plans [27/03/2019]

Las cuatro alternativas para el Brexit del Parlamento británico [26/03/2019]
La Vanguardia

Two hours that will shape Brexit [26/03/2019]
Tom McTague and Charlie Cooper, Politico

Brexit: leave-backing MPs pile on pressure as May’s deal drifts away [25/03/2019]
Dan Sabbagh, The Guardian

Theresa May's Days Are Numbered. Now What? [23/03/2019]
Jörg Schindler, Der Spiegel

Britain's Theresa May asks EU to delay Brexit until June 30 [21/03/2019]
Al Jazeera

Expect 'no decision' on Brexit at this week's EU summit: Juncker [20/03/2019]
Al Jazeera

Brexit by July 1 unless UK votes in EU election: Document [18/03/2019]
Jacopo Barigazzi, Politico

'Why Would We Extend These Discussions?' [18/03/2019]
Peter Müller & Jörg Schindler, Der Spiegel

Parliament speaker rules out third vote on ‘same’ Brexit deal [18/03/2019]
Charlie Cooper, Politico

Bruselas propone un aplazamiento de un año del Brexit para dar tiempo a que Londres se aclare [14/03/2019]
Bernardo De Miguel, El País

El Parlamento británico votará hoy sobre un segundo referéndum del Brexit [14/03/2019]
Rafa de Miguel, El País

Britain Looks Into the Trade Abyss [13/03/2019]
Keith Johnson, Foreign Policy

Theresa May: UK and EU agree to legally binding changes to Brexit deal [12/03/2019]
Anca Alexe, Business Insider

Theresa May secures changes to Brexit deal ahead of key vote [12/03/2019]
Nicholas Sakelaris, UPI

EU sees no Brexit breakthrough before the weekend – sources [06/03/2019]

Theresa May's lawyer seeks legal fix to the Brexit riddle [04/03/2019]
Elizabeth Piper & Kylie MacLellan, Reuters

Brexit: May tells MPs 'do your duty' ahead of fresh votes [27/02/2019]

Theresa May offers MPs Brexit delay vote [26/02/2019]

Brexit: Theresa May 'focused' on leaving on time, despite calls for delay [25/02/2019]

Theresa May faces ministerial revolt over no-deal Brexit [21/02/2019]
Rowena Mason, Jessica Elgot & Severin Carrell, The Guardian

Seven lawmakers quit UK Labour Party citing Brexit 'betrayal', anti-Semitism [18/02/2019]
Elizabeth Piper, Reuters

EU patience with Theresa May wears thin [14/02/2019]
Jacopo Barigazzi & David M. Herszenhorn, Politico

Brexit: Ministers under fire over 'no deal' position [14/02/2019]

U.K. Government Downplays Suggestion It Will Seek Brexit Delay [13/02/2019]
Jill Lawless, Fox

Britain’s May Meets Again in Brussels With Skeptical EU Leaders on Brexit Deal [07/02/2019]
Michael Birnbaum, The Washington Post

El gabinete de May estudia pedir un retraso de ocho semanas en el Brexit [06/02/2019]

May to meet Juncker on Thursday to seek Brexit concessions [05/02/2019]
Daniel Boffey, Jessica Elgot & Dan Sabbagh, The Guardian

Irish backstop is ‘toxic,’ would ‘break up’ UK, says DUP leader [05/02/2019]
Galaxy Henry, Politico

Brexit news latest: Spell out your plan, EU urges Theresa May ahead of talks [05/02/2019]
Nicolas Cecil & Joe Murphy, London Evening Standard

Ireland and EU discuss emergency funds to offset no-deal Brexit [05/02/2019]
Lisa O'Carroll, The Guardian

Theresa May vows to ‘battle’ in Brussels [03/02/2019]

One in three UK firms plan for Brexit relocation, IoD says [01/02/2019]
Phillip Inman, The Guardian

EU capitals agree to visa-free Schengen access for Brits [01/02/2019]

Eurosceptic fears grow over a potential customs union pivot [29/01/2019]
Katy Balls, the Spectator

Brexit : les députés britanniques votent en espérant reprendre la main [29/01/2019]
Philippe Bernard, Le Monde

Brexit: on vous explique les enjeux du nouveau vote des députés britanniques [29/01/2019]
Yohan Blavignat, Le Figaro

Brexit: Theresa May and Parliament Fight for Control [29/01/2019]
William Booth, The Washington Post

Theresa May splits Tories over anti-backstop Brexit deal [28/01/2019]
Jessica Elgot & Heather Stewart, The Guardian

German Economy Prepares for No-Deal Brexit [21/01/2019]
Tim Bartz, Dinah Deckstein, Simon Hage & Peter Müller, Der Spiegel

BREXIT BETRAYAL: Commons official 'helping rebel MPs to DERAIL Brexit' [20/01/2019]
Athena Chrysanthou, Express

Dublin rejects idea of alternative deal for Irish border post Brexit [20/01/2019]
Jakob Hanke, Politico

Labour MPs declare support for second Brexit referendum [16/01/2019]
Dan Sabbagh, The Guardian

How the world’s papers reacted to May’s Brexit vote defeat [16/01/2019]
Tom Goodenough, The Spectator

EU holds back budget cash to soften blow of no-deal Brexit [16/01/2019]
Lili Bayer, Politico 

U.K. Parliament’s Vote on Brexit Deal Explained [14/01/2019]
Joanna Sugden, Wall Street Journal

A No-Deal Brexit? Leaders Are Alarmed; Voters, Not So Much [14/01/2019]
Ellen Barry, New York Times

U.K.’s May Faces Likely Defeat as Brexit Deadline Nears [14/01/2019]
Jason Douglas & Laurence Norman, Wall Street Journal

Brexit brinkmanship: playing chicken over Theresa May’s deal [13/01/2019]
George Parker and James Blitz, Financial Times

May Suffers Parliament Defeat as Brexit Debate Resumes [10/01/2019]
Elizabeth Piper, William James & Kylie MacLellan, Reuters

Use the 'nuclear option', ministers tell May: PM is urged to trigger an April 4 ELECTION to stop MPs blocking no-deal Brexit [09/01/2019]
James Tapsfield, Daily Mail

Brexit: huit questions sur la possibilité d’un second referendum [20/12/2018]
Le Monde

Brexit: EU reveals no-deal plans [19/12/2018]

Brexit latest news: Gavin Williamson puts Army on standby as Cabinet agrees to implement 'no deal' plans in full [18/12/2018]
James Rothwell, Harry Yorke, Chris Graham, Asa Bennett & Steven Swinford, Telegraph

Theresa May awaits a Brexmas miracle [18/12/2018]
Charlie Cooper, Politico

Brexit: cabinet meets to discuss ramping up plans for no deal [18/12/2018]
Jessica Elgot, The Guardian

Brexit latest news: Gavin Williamson puts Army on standby as Cabinet agrees to implement 'no deal' plans in full [18/12/2018]
James Rothwell, Harry Yorke, Chris Graham, Asa Bennett & Steven Swinford, Telegraph

Theresa May awaits a Brexmas miracle [18/12/2018]
Charlie Cooper, Politico

Brexit: cabinet meets to discuss ramping up plans for no deal [18/12/2018]
Jessica Elgot, The Guardian

Corbyn anuncia una moción de censura contra May por su gestión del Brexit [17/12/2018]
Iván Alonso, ABC

Theresa May pushes forward £2bn no-deal Brexit preparations [17/12/2018]
Dan Sabbagh, The Guardian

New EU referendum would break faith with Britons, May to warn MPs [17/12/2018]

UK business secretary: May’s Brexit deal ‘good’ for economy [17/12/2018]
Esther King, Politico       

British officials line up for second referendum: reports [17/12/2018]
Mark Scott, Politico   

Corbyn anuncia una moción de censura contra May por su gestión del Brexit [17/12/2018]
Iván Alonso, ABC

Party activists pile pressure on Corbyn to back second vote [16/12/2018]
Toby Helm, The Observer

Brexit: What happens next may have to be put to MPs' vote – Fox [16/12/2018]

UK would have to delay Brexit for an 'entirely new' proposal: Irish foreign minister [16/12/2018]

Labour heaps pressure on PM by calling for no confidence vote [16/12/2018]
Kylie MacLellan & Elizabeth Piper, Reuters

May and Juncker clash over ‘nebulous’ comment [15/12/2018]
Charlie Cooper, David M. Herszenhorn And James Randerson, Politico

Los seis escenarios del Brexit que decidirán el destino del Reino Unido [15/12/2018]
Gina Tosas, La Vanguardia

New Brexit referendum logical, says Tony Blair [14/12/2018]

EU Leaders Tell May to Find Brexit Consensus Among MPs [14/12/2018]
Daniel Boffey, Jennifer Rankin & Dan Sabbagh, The Guardian

Brexit: EU says no to May on renegotiating deal [14/12/2018]

Theresa May delays Brexit vote over risk of ‘significant’ defeat [12/12/2018]
Annabelle Dickson & Lili Bayer, Politico

May looks to Merkel to save the day on Brexit [11/12/2018]
Guy Chazan & Alex Barker, Fnancial Times

Brexit: Theresa May says EU leaders 'determined' to solve Irish border issue [11/12/2018]

Desperate Theresa May reveals her Brexit plan B: buy more time [10/12/2018]
Dan Sabbagh and Daniel Boffey, The Guardian

Brexit in turmoil as May pulls vote to seek changes to EU divorce [10/12/2018]
Guy Faulconbridge, Elizabeth Piper, Reuters

Brexit chaos: what happens next? [10/12/2018]
Peter Walker, The Guardian

Brexit: Theresa May understood to be delaying key vote [10/12/2018]

Brexit ruling: UK can cancel decision, EU court says [10/12/2018]

Commons Brexit deal vote will definitely go ahead, says Gove [10/12/2018]
Peter Walker and Jessica Elgot, The Guardian

Theresa May Tried to Lead Britain to a Brexit Compromise. Was It Too Late? [09/12/2018]
Ellen Barry, New York Times

Norwegian politicians reject UK's Norway-plus Brexit plan [07/12/2018]
Patrick Wintour, The Guardian

EU judges to rule on Brexit on eve of May's crucial vote [06/12/2018]

Brexit vote: What could happen next? [06/12/2018]
Peter Barnes, BBC News

Theresa May Rejects Cabinet Pleas to Postpone Brexit Vote [06/12/2018]
Matthew Weaver, The Guardian

Britain Will Be Ready for a No Deal Brexit: Minister [06/12/2018]

MEP pours scorn on last-ditch Brexit scramble [05/12/2018]
Martin Banks, The Parliament Magazine

Conservative MEP urges UK counterparts to support ‘best deal for the UK’ Brexit agreement [28/11/2018]
Brian Johnson, The Parliament Magazine

Brexit analysis is meaningless, Corbyn tells May [28/11/2018]
Jessica Elgot, The Guardian

Chancellor says UK will be worse off under all Brexit scenarios [28/11/2018]
The Guardian

Theresa May Needs Parliament’s Support for Her Brexit Deal. The Math Isn’t in Her Favor [26/11/2018]
Karla Adam, The Washington Post

Brexit: May gives way over Gibraltar after Spain's 'veto' threat [24/11/2018]
Daniel Boffey & Sam Jones, The Guardian

The full list: MPs voting for and against May’s Brexit deal [26/11/2018]
John Connolly, The Spectator

Brexit: quels scénarios en cas de rejet de l’accord par le Parlement britannique? [26/11/2018]
Le Monde

May's Brexit deal sounds like a 'great deal for the EU', says Trump [26/11/2018]
Julian Borger, Daniel Boffey & Dan Sabbagh, The Guardian

Brexit: Theresa May defends deal amid criticism from MPs [26/11/2018]

EU leaders agree UK's Brexit deal at Brussels summit [25/11/2018]

What happens next if Theresa May's Brexit deal is voted down? [23/11/2018]
Heather Stewart, The Guardian

El ministro principal de Gibraltar dice que se ha alcanzado un acuerdo con España sobre Gibraltar en el pacto del Brexit [23/11/2018]
El Mundo

Brexit: Draft agreement on future relationship 'agreed' [22/11/2018]

May defends Brexit deal against cross-party hostility at PMQs [21/11/2018]
Peter Walker, The Guardian

British, EU Leaders to Meet as Brexit Deadline Looms [21/11/2018]
Jill Lawless, Associated Press

U.K. ‘Coup’ Against Theresa May Falters. For Now. [20/11/2018]
New York Times

La UE da un paso más hacia el acuerdo del Brexit pero sin resolver la cuestión de Gibraltar [20/11/2018]
Pablo R. Suanzes, El Mundo

Rees-Mogg: topple May now or she will lead Tories into election [20/11/2018]
Jessica Elgot, The Guardian

Michel Barnier proposes extending Brexit transition to 2022 [19/11/2018]
Mehreen Khan, Sylvia Pfeifer & Laura Hughes, Financial Times

Brexit: All you need to know about the UK leaving the EU [17/11/2018]
Alex Hunt & Brian Wheeler, BBC News

Bespoke Brexit deal better than any other option, May tells MPs [15/11/2018]
Jessica Elgot and Peter Walker, The Guardian

Two U.K. Cabinet Ministers, Including Chief Brexit Negotiator, Quit [15/11/2018]
Stephen Castle, The New York Times

Brexit: What does the draft withdrawal agreement reveal? [15/11/2018]
Chris Morris, BBC News

Cautious welcome for Brexit deal across Europe before Raab resignation [15/11/2018]
Jennifer Rankin, Christian Davies & Angela Giuffrida, The Guardian

Theresa May’s Brexit Deal: That Was the Easy Bit [14/11/2018]
Charlie Cooper & David M. Herszenhorn, Politico           

May says confident of getting Brexit deal MPs can support [23/10/2018]

EU daylight saving switch could leave Northern Ireland out of step with rest of UK [22/10/2018]
Eline Schaart, Politico

Raab floats extended transition as ‘alternative’ to Ireland backstop [21/10/2018]
Jakob Hanke, Politico    

U.K. and Spain Reach Brexit Deal on Gibraltar [19/10/2018]
Michael Stothard, Financial Times

Brexiters Don't Care About Northern Ireland​​​​​​​ [19/10/2018]
Fintan O'Toole, The Guardian

There Will Be No Second Brexit Referendum ​​​​​​​[18/10/2018]
Peter Harris, National Interest

Police bracing for Brexit hate crime spike against EU citizens and migrants in March [18/10/2018]
Lizzie Dearden, The Independent

La UE y Reino Unido sopesan alargar el periodo transitorio para desbloquear el Brexit [18/10/2018]
Bernardo De Miguel, El País

EU leaders shelve plans for special Brexit summit next month [18/10/2018]
Alex Barker, Mehreen Khan and Michael Peel, Financial Times

Brexit : un sommet européen hanté par le «no deal» [18/10/2018]
Anne Rovan, Le Figaro

May says Brexit deal is ‘achievable’ [17/10/2018]

12 Brits Who Will Shape Brexit [17/10/2018]
Charlie Cooper & Annabelle Dickson, Politico

¿Es posible llegar a un buen acuerdo para el Brexit? [17/10/2018]
Agenda Pública & Política Exterior

Bruselas y Londres encallan en el primer intento de rematar el Brexit [15/10/2018]
Bernardo de Miguel & Rafa de Miguel, El País

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