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 Traffic crossing the Border near Derry. Brexit provisions  afford the North the unique advantage of being simultaneously in the UK and in EU’s single market when it comes to trade in goods.  Photograph: Getty Images

Brexit, the controversies around the Northern Ireland Protocol and the possibility of Scottish independence and the eventual break-up of the UK have (...)

UK prime minister Boris Johnson attendiing the House of Commons. Photograph: Jessica Taylor/AFP via Getty Images

For some terrible sin in a previous life, I was condemned, in this one, to be a follower of the English football club, Nottingham Forest. The well of (...)

Boris Johnson in the House of Commons during Tuesday’s debate. Photograph: Jessica Taylor/PA Wire

MPs have voted to allow England to enter a new, three-tier system of coronavirus restrictions when it leaves lockdown on Tuesday.  But in the bi(...)

President of the European Commission Ursula von der Leyen. Photograph: Francois Walschaerts/EPA

Brussels’ plummeting trust in British prime minister Boris Johnson has been laid bare in leaked diplomatic cables, as the Brexit negotiations reopen i(...)

Passengers have their temperature taken as they queue at a British Airways check-in desk at Heathrow Airport, west London. Photograph: Daniel Leal-Olivas/AFP/ Getty Images)

At least 30 Conservative MPs are to increase pressure on the British government to reconsider its approach to the 14-day quarantine rule for traveller(...)

British prime minister Boris Johnson. Consequences are merely boring details to the Brexiteers. Photograph: Will Oliver/EPA

Last autumn, the British government spent £46 million (€50.6m) on its largest propaganda campaign since the second World War. Its aim was to prepare t(...)

British Prime Minister Boris Johnson. Photograph: Jason Alden / EPA

British Prime Minister Boris Johnson faces his first rebellion on Tuesday over the government’s decision to allow China’s Huawei a role in building th(...)

'In the ultimate irony, Brexit has ceased to be a release from the EU and has become a release from itself.' Photograph: John Thys/AFP via Getty Images

In the 1960s, at the dawn of New Age hippydom, posters and badges sprouted in dayglo colours with the slogan: “Today is the first day of the rest of y(...)

 Leo Varadkar and  Boris Johnson meet at Thornton Manor Hotel, on The Wirral, Cheshire. Photograph: PA

As the United Kingdom prepares to leave the European Union on Friday, here’s a look back at how we got there. January 1st, 1973: The United Kingdom, (...)

 Huawei’s main UK offices in Reading. Photograph:  Daniel Leal-Olivas/AFP via Getty Images

Boris Johnson has faced criticism from senior Conservatives at Westminster and Republicans in Washington for his decision to allow Huawei to take part(...)

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