How will post-Brexit Britain find its place in the world?
This election will change Britain – and Europe – for good
History may hold fewer lessons for Brexit than both sides think
What Sir Ivan Rogers has got wrong on Brexit
Brexit is about renewal, not just leaving the EU. And there’s no time to waste
What is really dividing Britain?
Sharing a plate of oysters with a three-year-old: where could this be but France, where children are brought up not…
The World Cup has allowed us to stop being ashamed of Englishness
Charles de Gaulle salvaged France’s pride and created a nationalist myth. But he didn’t single-handedly ‘save the honour of France’, says Robert Tombs
Our great institutions are struggling – but not because of Brexit
For a century, theorists have argued that the nation state is obsolete. Brexit suggests otherwise
When it comes to negotiation, the French and the British are worlds apart
Britain is a strong and wealthy nation. Let’s behave like one
Whether it’s liberal reforms with Macron or nationalism with Le Pen, the French seem about to vote for radical change. That doesn’t mean they’ll get it