By announcing she will start the negotiations for Britain to leave the EU by March 2017, May has walked into a trap.
Like all good dramas, the Brexit story has been shocking, dramatic and upsetting. But its ending is not yet written
Britain’s Leave campaign will put immigration and border controls at the centre of its campaign.
American leaders stress the rights of the individual. Chinese leaders stress the interests of the community.
If the free movement of people and labour come into question, so does the EU’s single market.
The current crisis is a reflection of the failings of the Greek state, European dream of unity, peace and prosperity.
European limits on national sovereignty now risk provoking crises in the EU’s relationship with both Britain and France
The EU should shelve plans for ever more ferocious central control of national budgets — and also forget about plans for
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