The UK leader’s visit to the US comes amid trouble at home, with low ratings for his Conservative Party. But don’t expect much joy for Sunak on trade or Northern Ireland.
It will take a lot of strategic ingenuity to fight the rise of populism. And it will get harder to do so as politicians rig the game with rules designed to reduce voting.
After Brexit, the UK has had fewer migrants from the EU, but they have been far outstripped by people coming from elsewhere.
Net migration numbers tell us little about the effectiveness of migration policy.
Judges called it a profound novel that asks the contemporary question: what happens to us when our memories disappear?
2023 sees the UK host the Eurovision Song Contest on behalf of Ukraine. But what role does the stage itself have to play in the musical spectacle?
A long-term view on building up British business is key to showing the UK is ‘open for business’.
Opnion polls taken before and after the 2016 referendum suggest a Brexit dividend but that could change if the UK makes more of a success of its departure.
The deeper causes of inflation will make it very difficult to bring price rises down to more manageable levels.
While there are some benefits to the free trade agreement, the UK would be better off striking a deal with its neighbours.
A newly approved trade deal could be an opportunity to return Northern Ireland’s political attention to pressing issues of health care, housing, energy costs and inflation.
The Windsor framework will still cause Northern Ireland’s GDP but less than that expected under the protocol.
Thérèse Coffey’s recent suggestion that Brits eat turnips instead of tomatoes during food shortages was mocked – but the turnip hasn’t always been so unpopular, as a food historian explains.
The Windsor framework aims to give Stormont more say over how EU law applies in Northern Ireland.
Political instability is a powerful tactic when a Brexit deal is on the horizon.
Food shortages have revealed weaknesses in UK supply chains.
Members of Sunak’s own party could disrupt his biggest policy move yet.
The government has pursued the signing of new trade deals as a goal rather than an actual increase in exports.
Phrases like ‘I suppose’ and ‘I would argue’ can project a lack of confidence when speaking.
Anna Betz says she was told to pick a sticker off her laptop when visiting the palace of Westminster.