Tony Blair: Brits Must Have Final Say on Brexit Deal
Labour should oppose Brexit and go after the Tories for their failures to tackle the country's real challenges.
The True Cost of Brexit Far More Than Leavers Expected
A new independent RAND report suggests the Brits will be far worse off, whatever deal is struck.
The Brexit Talks Are Heading for A Costly Failure
The UK would lose 526,830 jobs and the EU 27 1,209,470 jobs under a hard Brexit.
Wanna Upset a Brit? Ask Her How Brexit's Going
Europe is a black hole that ineluctably drags the Conservatives into its maws.
Will Brexit and Catalonia Revive Scots' Independence?
Scots nationalists are invoking Catalonia to resurrect pro-independence ideas that have fallen out of favor among Scottish voters.
Can the Conservatives Survive if May Clings On?
What stood out in the Manchester conference is how bereft the party is of ideas, or even of leaders.
Catalonia: Why Is Leaving the EU Easier than Secession?
Smaller countries wishing to secede have declared themselves pro-EU.
Britain Desperately Needs a Deal with the EU
For May, a renewal of the "special relationship" by way of a bilateral trade agreement would be ideal.
EU's Hard Stance on Britain Only Invites More Brexits
Poland, the Czech Republic, and Hungary already have strong eurosceptic movements.
Brexit Means Brexit? Maybe It Ain't Gonna Happen At All
With May's cabinet in open disagreement, those who want Britain to stay in the EU are feeling optimistic.
U.K. Elections: Deal with Anti-Gay Party Draws Closer
The Conservative Party will form U.K.'s next government with support from the Northern Irish party.
The Weird World of the U.K. General Election
The quirky characters who make up the best (and worst) of British democracy.
Dented Theresa May Channels Loser Hillary Clinton
May's unbending approach for a hard Brexit may have to be softened.
U.K Vote Prompts Shock And Ridicule From Europe's Press
Europe's press eviscerated Theresa May for Britain's election 'madness.'
Have the Tories Lost Their Commons Majority?
Britain could be stuck with a hung parliament for the next five years.
Conservatives' Lead Has Shrunk, but Remains Sizable
The final opinion polls show a healthy lead for the Conservative Party but were badly wrong two years ago.
Snap Election Upset: Is UK Heading for Hung Parliament?
Brits say they now regret voting to leave European Union
Gap Closes in U.K. General Election Polls
The Labour Party has seemingly succeeded in at least making the United Kingdom general election competitive.
Theresa May Promises Economic Uncertainty, Hard Brexit
The Tory Party's manifesto heightens the chance of drawn out negotiations and the hardest of Brexits.
John Elliott: May and Modi Benefit From Weak Opponents
Weak Corbyn and the ineffectual Gandhis guarantee the success of "strong" leaders.
Why Theresa May Was Right to Call a Snap Election
With her opponents in disarray and the Brexit negotiations begun, it was a smart move.
After Trump, The Left Must Use the Power of Emotion
Data suggests British Labour Party members care a lot more about policy than ordinary voters do.
High Court Pushes Britain Closer to a Hard Brexit
The Europeans are determined the U.K. will not be in a better position after Brexit than EU member states.
U.K. Conservatives Score Second-Highest Lead: ICM Poll
Post-conference bounce comes despite media furore over immigration policy.
Jeremy Corbyn's First Year as Labour Leader
Despite a large win with Labour voters, his first year has been a challenging one.
Owen Smith: Syria Peace Talks Will Need To Include ISIS
U.K. Labour leadership contender made comments at a campaign hustings.
Owen Smith Rules Out Shadow Cabinet Return Under Corbyn
The atmosphere in Gateshead was so tense, the lights went out—plunging the audience into darkness.
Trump and Brexit: Are Parties a Thing of the Past?
If the party doesn't decide, then how can the decision be the party's fault? Well, it may be said, it is the party's fault that it didn't decide.
Labour Veteran to Challenge Corbyn for Leadership Post
Embattled far-left leader Jeremy Corbyn will contest the challenge while the Conservatives are poised to choose between Theresa May, Andrea Leadsom.
What Chilcot and Blair Mean for the Labour Leadership
Blair's shadow may hang over the party but challengers to Corbyn should still look to his example to win.