Badly wounded and yet limping along, May seems condemned to govern in interesting times.
Most Leave voters would rather lose Northern Ireland than drop Brexit, reflecting a longstanding indifference.
When Northern Irish people were asked to choose between two scenarios for the post-Brexit border, they opted for one in the Irish Sea – with conditions.
Given that so many people have a strong opinion about identity politics, it is surprising how few of us have a clear idea on what it actually is.
The UK has a constitutional convention of collective ministerial responsibility. Here's why it matters – and must endure.
Most feel they belong, but the Leave decision has left them anxious and insecure.
A psychological tendency to gamble rather than accept certain losses, may lead to a surge in support for a harder Brexit.
Scotland's decision to reject the Brexit Bill may herald a national constitutional crisis.
Populist politics can only be sustained if the reality of international co-operation is conveniently set aside.
When it comes to ongoing security co-operation, mutual trust is crucial – but that is currently lacking.
Brexit could erode workers’ wages and conditions, particularly if the British government deregulates employment laws and undercuts EU standards.
Norway's relationship with the EU is carefully managed – what lessons does it have for Britain after Brexit?
British space firms would get a shot in the arm from building a new GPS-style system if the UK is shut out of the EU's programme.
A deal with Europe would offer freedom, but some key sectors wouldn't be included.
The history of Lords defeats – and why the fate of the EU (Withdrawal) Bill is not a constitutional anomaly.
A new poll suggests there has been a shift in positive opinion towards immigration, which started in 2015.
Three important aspects of international trade deals will limit the UK's democratic control over trade.