Switzerland’s arrangement with the EU involves legal compromises the UK isn’t willing to make.
Leaving the EU has meant leaving a series of agreements on immigration.
With an election ahead and finances stretched to capacity, the prime minister has a difficult balancing act to strike.
Using military rhetoric like ‘invasion’ plays into the hands of extremist groups.
Recent polling indicates that the EU question is central in the minds of Scottish independence voters.
The Conservative Party is hopelessly stuck in the 1980s, and it may yet be the undoing of Liz Truss as prime minister.
Europeans living in the Uk and British people living in Europe say they’ve been giving more thought to their identities since Brexit.
British people living in Turkey don’t want to be seen as uninterested in local culture or language.
The transition to net zero will require huge investments, but how do we make sure investment goes to the right place?
They come and go, hoping to attract locals and tourists but are pop-up attractions any good?
In her first party conference speech as prime minister, Liz Truss has emphasised that growth is the only solution.
Date from Scotland and Northern Ireland shows Remainers are rethinking their place in the UK.
Referendums and citizens initiatives can be a popular way to push politicians to listen to the people – they can also be an exercise in propaganda.
Since the Brexit referendum in 2016, Africa has slipped from its precarious but tangible place in UK political discourse.
The world changed a great deal in the 70 years of Queen Elizabeth II’s reign. Her son’s legacy may be determined by how he adapts to new dynamics within the UK and across the Commonwealth.
It’s in Britain’s interests to help the African continent reach its potential.
The new prime minister must provide a clear plan and a fresh start – but the shadow of her predecessor looms large.
Far-right populism has been on the rise globally. Is New Zealand really immune, or should National Party leader Christopher Luxon be more unequivocal about working with the likes of Brian Tamaki?
Many central bankers and economists are forecasting a return to low inflation within a couple of years, but that’s wishful thinking.
The Albanese government is moving towards a referendum having Australia voting on a First Nations Voice to Parliament. So how much detail should voters have about the Voice?