Inflation has been on the rise since the Brexit vote but, before long, deflation might be a greater concern.
The UK government continues to insist there will be no physical markers on the border. But how can that work?
This is only going to get more awkward.
Why are the Brussels negotiations stumbling along so badly? Because a fundamental step has been skipped.
Things could soon get complicated.
A breakdown of the UK's position paper on the customs union.
52% vs 48%: what would have changed that?
Education, turnout, jobs and gender were key factors – but would they have altered the result?
No-one leaves this room until we get this sorted.
Careful how you talk about Brexit. People are making assumptions as soon as you've said the word.
Is there really a strong division between folks like Brexit leader Farage and global citizens Bill Gates and Canadian PM Justin Trudeau?
REUTERS/Peter Nicholls, Geoff Robins
Data show that many people who consider themselves ‘global citizens’ also harbor strong national sentiments. The two aren’t mutually exclusive.
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Failing to agree an aviation agreement could mean no legal basis for flights to operate at UK airports.
Who’s really running elections these days?
Artificial intelligence now plays as big a role in election campaigns as traditional campaign tactics.
There are 48,000 Polish people over 50 living in the UK.
Family care arrangments likely to come under pressure under new migration rules.
Leo Varadkar speaks at Queen’s University Belfast.
Andrew Towe Photography/Queen's University Belfast
Ireland's new leader has a warning for those who want a hard border: come up with a plan, or EU talks will stall.
The French president is calling for a series of conventions to shape future decisions. But these projects have a history of going awry.
New research has examined the extent to which charity begins at home for Britons.
‘Now, where did I put that purpose?’
Ethics and a clear vision really do matter – especially in these turbulent times.
Washing chickens in chlorine isn't actually deemed dangerous – it's what comes with it that's the problem.
Liam Fox insists on keeping faith with the referendum decision. But that is preventing ministers from adapting to an evolving situation.
Lord Macartney’s first meeting with the Qianlong emperor in 1793.
"A study of History", Arnold Toynbee
What can we learn from the 19th-century Qing dynasty?
Between the devil and the deep blue sea.
Political tensions are mounting over the future of the border between Ireland and Northern Ireland.
Donald Trump constantly invoked the idea of political correctness gone mad in his presidential campaign.
Populist leaders not only attack the institutions of global capital, they also disregard the checks and balances of institutional democracy.
British Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson came to the Sydney Town Hall on Thursday night for an event organised by the Lowy Institute. Judging by a rapturous reception, he beguiled a crowd of journalists…