British cinema has close ties to European cinema, as festivals such as Dinard suggest. Brexit will put them under strain.
Voters have less faith in the Labour leader's suitability to lead than they did after his 2017 successes.
Some of Northern Ireland's biggest problems have nothing to do with leaving the EU, but all anyone talks about now is the backstop.
Northern Ireland looms even larger an issue for Brexit as US Irish Americans wield influence.
With the two big parties in turmoil, some politicians are striking out alone.
Supply chains for advanced medical practices are threatened and there is no easy solution.
The man who led Vote Leave now has the ear of the UK's prime minister.
The independence movement is growing in Wales but it's not clear whether it would be able to go it alone.
Cooperation is far from easy in the furious tribalism of Westminster.
If the strategy succeeds, the Tories could win a snap election with 40% of the vote.
Many have said that the UK is irreparably divided and therefore dysfunctional to the point of impeding the ability of any one party to govern it effectively.
The stories we tell about our histories can have a powerful impact on current events – and research shows how.
What is Boris Johnson's Brexit plan?
He has picked his cabinet and purged his critics ... what now?
Britain's new prime minister has spoken ... now he needs to act.
Just what is Boris Johnson, the UK's new prime minister: a liberal or conservative? A historian writing a book about Brexit, the focus of much of Johnson's career, says the man is hard to pin down.
It's not actually unusual for a British prime minister to enter power like this. But does Johnson need a mandate more than most?
As the divisive politician becomes the UK prime minister, many are wondering how much democracy he might be willing to sacrifice on the alter of English nationalism.
We now have 'Believe in Britain' and 'Make America Great Again'. This language posits itself as inclusive, but in reality creates the space for Trumpian excesses.
Parliamentarians and party members have held their noses and voted in a man deeply unsuited to lead. Now the British public must live with their choice.