The United Kingdom pretty much did what it wanted in the EU. That it chose to pursue a national agenda of austerity and neoliberalism has nothing to do with Europe.
Political chaos is growing in the UK as the government tries to manage the country's exit from the European Union. What does the EU do that so angered UK voters that they voted to leave?
Many have said that the UK is irreparably divided and therefore dysfunctional to the point of impeding the ability of any one party to govern it effectively.
The church is itself divided on Brexit, but that doesn't mean it can't provide guidance for a polarised community.
The media has a role to play in explaining what Brexit really means to ordinary people, but it's getting lost in the politics – and time's running out.
The tone remains the same, but the anger is directed against a different group of 'elites'.
Controlling immigration was the most important concern for Brexit voters and May's deal does that.
New figures reveal Brexit uncertainty is deepening the NHS crisis.