John Wight analyzes the now-shaken British national identity.
The Incredible Disappearing Nigel Farage & Other UK Electoral Oddities
The media is dropping the Brexit Party leader just when he deserves coverage as a critical factor, writes Craig Murray.
This Election is Not About Brexit, It’s About Common Human Decency
John Wight says grim British living standards ensure that the general election next month is the most important in a generation.
Legacy of British Empire Lurks Behind Today’s Headlines
From Brexit’s threat to resurrect hard borders in Ireland to the ongoing unrest in Hong Kong, John Wight reviews an array of global crises rooted in British exceptionalism.
The Mammoth Stress Test of British Democracy
John Wight reports on the hard-fought constitutional battle over whether the country is to be ruled by executive fiat or parliamentary democracy.
Brexit Reveals Corbyn to be the True Moderate
The crisis has brought into sharp focus the fanaticism that dominates almost the entire British political class, writes Jonathan Cook.
Scotland Has Only One Move to React to Boris Johnson’s Maneuvers
The prime minister’s coming suspension of parliament means Scotland must move swiftly with a vote on independence, writes Craig Murray.
Brexit & the Madness of the ‘Sovereign Individual’
Daniel Lazare analyzes the Trump-Bojo attacks on democracy and equality.
UK Buckles Up for Ride with Unpredictable New PM
From Brexit to Scottish independence and escalating tension with Iran, Boris Johnson has his work cut out as PM. Has he got what it takes? asks Johanna Ross.
The UK Tory Leadership Contest is Whittled Down to Two
Boris Johnson is the favourite to win the Conservative leadership contest. But has he got what it takes to strike a Brexit deal with the EU?, asks Johanna Ross.