EU

Now the brakes are off, the EU is morphing into a full-fledged transfer union

If the EU is genuinely fearing for a “backdoor” into its single market, it should mind its own shaky external border protection

London and Bern need to coordinate their approach to the EU

Ways to improve the Brexit deal without compromising on sovereignty

‘The story of Brexit will not get a fair hearing unless we create that space for ourselves’ — Gawain Towler on the plan to make the Museum of Brexit a reality

Von der Leyen’s Covid nationalism could do real damage to the EU’s vaccine hub

The theory that Brexit was caused by a religious fervour deliberately fostered by the Leave campaign is a case of the pot calling the kettle black

Are populist leaders better at vaccine roll-outs? If so, that should fill us with trepidation about post-pandemic politics

It is clear that the EU is still thinking of its thousand different ways to win, and it is doing so by bombarding the younger generations with pro-EU messages

Sir Bill Cash has achieved his political life’s ambition of restoring British sovereignty – did he ever think it would happen and is it ‘case closed’?