2016 was tough for liberals, but they must avoid denial in order to fight populism more effectively in 2017.
After Brexit and Trump's victory in the United States, investors are watching for any sign that popular discontent.
Scottish government will table plans this week.
'We have got a perfectly good ambassador in Washington,' trade secretary Liam Fox says.
Martin Schulz said that MEPs had only a "secondary role" in Brexit negotiations.
Prime Minister Theresa May has said that Britain will leave the EU by 2019.
The Russian president's spokesman took a swipe at claims Moscow interfered in the U.K. vote.
Chancellor Philip Hammond suggested the agriculture sector could be dramatically affected by migration restrictions.
The plan to cut numbers of foreign students isn't just economically damaging; it might not address voters' concerns.
We aren't entering a new isolationist era, after all.
The Bank of England governor knows free market capitalism is unpopular.
Davis said the opposition Labour Party was "trying to find new ways to thwart and delay."
The most popular destination was Norway.
Ousted PM insists he was right to call Brexit referendum that ended his career.
Leading members of both houses of parliament have predicted turbulence for the European Union.
Foreign minister walks back David Davis's comments on a soft Brexit; Labour demands clarity on government's plans.
It is time for liberals everywhere to battle to defend their ideals.
The ascendance of authoritarian and racist parties in Europe are a visceral threat to those whose families survived the pogroms of the past.
If the prime minister wins her appeal, she can invoke Article 50. Lose and Parliament could block Brexit.
Vote could redefine the issue of Europe in British politics.
The passport service said over 700,000 passports had been issued this year.
The phrase appeared on a document carried by a Conservative Party aide.