The unpleasant ‘Happy Brexit Day’ poster misses the fact that the vast majority of people in the UK recognise the benefits of multilingualism.
The audio version of a long-read article on how we’re living through the latest battle in a 300-year long ideological war over the meaning of humanity itself.
Doctor Who has always been progressive – but now it appears it’s a little too ‘ woke’ for many of its fans.
A survey of creative businesses in Wales reveals concern over labour force, red tape and access to European markets and funding sources.
What happens to all that energy now the deal is done?
At the time of the 2016 referendum, there were widespread fears that Brexit would unleash a contagion effect among other member states.
To ensure its energy security and influence in the Gulf region, the United Kingdom will likely deepen its relations with GCC nations in a post-Brexit world.
Even though the UK is officially out of the EU on Jan. 31, it’ll take at least another 11 months of negotiations before its departure is complete.
Britain’s food relationship with Europe goes back centuries – is it unlikely to end post=Brexit.
It’s rapidly becoming a truism to say that Brexit isn’t done. But what does that actually mean?
How the public ranks different post-Brexit trade partners and which sections of the economy they prioritise.
People who support Brexit want different results from the UK’s departure from the EU – and they can’t all get what they want.
Philip Pullman’s call for a boycott against the new 50p coin is just the latest Oxford comma controvery.
The US reaction to the UK’s digital tax proposals is like 1765 all over again.
Trade and investment can help reduce poverty, promote women’s empowerment, and support children’s rights. It can also do the opposite.
The Commonwealth’s ‘golden age’ wasn’t entirely dazzling.
Sweeping changes are in store for British farming, but they’re not guaranteed to benefit struggling ecosystems.
Boris Johnson has proposed the public ‘bung a bob for a Big Ben bong’ to commemorate Brexit.
Brexit represented British voters’ desire to reclaim more control over their economic future, but some worry the cost will be some of the prosperity gained from globalization.
Research consistently finds that immigration has little, if any, impact on the employment prospects of UK-born workers. But it doesn’t account for possible regional variations.