European Union

New attempts to curb the activities of NGOs have stirred pro-EU feeling

22.5 per cent agrifood export growth? They must be joking

An architect of Irish trans policy has been elected Human Rights Commissioner of the Council of Europe

Its reputation will be stained forever by the Northern Ireland Protocol and the Windsor Framework

Starry-eyed talk of continental cooperation obscures the grim reality of competing interests

John Pocock defended Britain in its broadest sense

Westerners are treating the country as a blank ideological canvas

With Brexit settled, Britain must seek to engage with its unalterably European cultural heritage and identity

Commission’s absurd budget proposal raises eyebrows

Lord Lawson’s calm, assured leadership was pivotal in securing Brexit