Martin Kettle: The Scottish standoff will not be decided at Westminster.
Aamna Mohdin: Why Britain’s vicars won’t be ringing the bells for Brexi.
David Edgerton: Boris Johnson Might Break Up the U.K. That’s a Good Thing.
The five types of twat who’ll pay for Big Ben to bong for Brexit
John Crace: On air, Johnson’s brain began to engage with itself – but not reality
Tony Connelly: Brexit talks: Goodbye Canada, hello Switzerland?
AC Grayling: A return to Europe is possible… and need not be far away
Kevin Schofield: Boris Johnson’s Brexit deal ‘bad for the Union and economy’, says Theresa May’s former top aide
Sue Wilson: It’s no surprise Brits in Spain are confused by the language of Brexit.
Geraint Davies: Brexit will crash and burn – and when it does, Labour needs to hold the Tories responsible.
Will Hutton Remainers aren’t going to vanish on 31 January. We fight on, sure of our cause
Mujtaba Rahman: Brace yourself: the next phase of Brexit is going to get messy
Ben Quinn: Government pushes ahead with plans for ‘festival of Brexit”
Dan Bloom and Ben Glaze: 5 biggest problems with Dominic Cummings’ Downing Street job advert for ‘weirdos’
Alastair Campbell: Recent political events have led the UK to a dark place
Dan Sabbagh: ‘There’s no chance now’: how the People’s Vote movement died
Sean Whelan: Brexit – revolution or slow burn?
Sir Ed Davey: We Need A Public Inquiry Into The Lies And False Promises Of Brexit
The moment that left me feeling unwelcome in Boris Johnson’s Britain
Ben Glaze: Remain and Leave chiefs unite to call on Britain to come together for 2020
Vince Cable: Brexit will happen, but Remainers need to take some lessons from Nigel Farage and play the long game
James Brownsell : Seven signs of things to come in Brexit Britain
Diana Cairns: I’m a remainer and one of the people too
Stephen Collins: Johnson will abandon pledge on Brexit transition period – Hogan
Daniel Finn: The Obsessive Remainers Have Scored a Massive Own Goal
Michael Savage: Out but not down: Tory anti-Brexiters tell where the next battle will be fought
Anne van der Mei: Brexit and citizenship II: Associate EU citizenship
Laurie Penny: Necessary Anger
Daniel Boffey: Post-Brexit UK always welcome back in EU, says Timmermans
Graham Vanbergen: Brexit – The Evidence that We’ve All Been Conned Keeps Piling Up
Michel Barnier: Three New Year’s Wishes for Britain and the EU
Jonathon Read: Labour switchers who backed Tories still want workers’ rights protected after Brexit
Benjamin Kentish: .Boris Johnson not in charge of his own government, former Tory chancellor claims
Polly Toynbee: .Johnson will break his Brexit promises. Labour must be forensic in exposing this
Just like that: How the Tory magic trick was done.
Martin Kettle: ‘Forget Labour’s troubles: the Tories are the ones to watch
Zoe Williams and Heather Stewart: ‘Keir Starmer lays out case for ‘radical Labour government’
Ros Wynne Jones: ‘Forget the result, we all lost in the most deceitful election in living memory’
Denis Staunton in Brussels, Pat Leahy in Brussels: Brexit summit: EU accepts united Ireland declaration
Hillary Clinton: Britain is on the path to fascism
Rafael Behr: How long will it take Boris Johnson to betray his new friends in the north?
Jonathan Freedland: This is a repudiation of Corbynism. Labour needs to ditch the politics of the sect
leftinnewzealand: Britain dutifully bows down to the ruling elite.x
Marina Hyde: This was a stunning victory for the bullshit-industrial complex
Jolyon Maugham: How cowed judges could let Boris Johnson break the law
How Boris Johnson’s landslide election victory will affect Brexit, house prices and the UK economy
Will Hutton: Unions colluded in the fiction that Corbyn’s plan was going to win power
Paul Mason: Politicians who see ‘the North’ as a single homogeneous place are making a huge mistake
Professor Chris Grey: What would ‘getting Brexit done’ mean?
Felicity Lawrence, Rob Evans, David Pegg, Caelainn Barr and Pamela Duncan: How the right’s radical thinktanks reshaped the Conservative party
Toby Helm and Michael Savage: Johnson ‘will have to call second referendum if he fails to win majority’’
Andrew Rawnsley: There’s no more deceptive slogan of this campaign than ‘get Brexit done’
Nicola Sturgeon: Trident, austerity and independence: SNP sets out aims for post-election talks
Frances Ryan: There’s already a class war – and it’s the Conservatives who are waging it
The civil servant: Many civil servants are depressed – including me. Brexit will do that to you
Matt Honeycombe-Foster: Tony Blair says Boris Johnson and Jeremy Corbyn are ‘peddling fantasies’ as election looms
Dan Sabbagh: How People’s Vote collapsed after Roland Rudd’s boardroom coup
Peter Oborne : It’s not just Boris Johnson’s lying. It’s that the media let him get away with ity
The lies, falsehoods and misrepresentations of Boris Johnson and his government.
Matthew D’Ancona : If Boris Johnson is victorious, it will be the fault of an opposition in disarray
Ben Gelblum: Brexit Party candidates: Nigel Farage is finished as a politician, Tory deal is a ‘disgrace to politics’
Polly Toynbee: Farage’s Brexit move means a pact among progressives is now urgent
Nick Boles: Appalling Choice contest must start the process of building something new
Matthias Bergmann: My grandfather was a Nazi. I’ve seen why we need the EU
John Bercow: David Cameron thinks he is born to rule
Lucky Tran: Firehosing: the systemic strategy that anti-vaxxers are using to spread misinformation
Phillip Inman: ‘The hidden fight for the City could drive Leave voters towards Faragee’
Peter Reid/Andy Hunter: ‘I told Boris Johnson he was a fat, lying disgrace’
Marina Hyde: Lurching and rambling, Boris Johnson is in charge. But he’s lost control
John Crace: Farage is the homeopathic politician: he has a memory of an idea but no trace
Heather Stewart, Jennifer Rankin and Lisa O’Carroll: Johnson accused of misleading public over Brexit deal after NI remarks
Ian Dunt: Wave of scandal: The Tory party is becoming a sewer
John Bercow: Brexit is UK’s biggest mistake since second world war
Tom Eden: Brexit ‘could mean border checks between England, Scotland and Wales’
William Keegan: Remember: it’s austerity, not Europe, that broke Britain
John Rentoul: Boris Johnson has got the election he wanted – thanks to Jo Swinson
Polly Toynbee: Even if the Tories win an election, they’ll be finished
John Crace: Welcome to another daylong Commons edition of Pointless’
Hugo Dixon: Even with a three-month extension, we still face a no-deal Brexit. We must have a Final Say’
Michael Hogan: Anti-Brexit activist Steve Bray: ‘This is my first protest – it’s lasted two years’
George Monbiot Why ‘the will of the people’ is a myth in British democracy
John Crace: Rees-Mogg breaks broken news to a horrified house
Nicola Bartlett: Boris Johnson can’t explain why workers’ rights have vanished from Brexit deal
John Crace: Not even the PM’s narcissism can protect him as cracks show
Rafael Behr: Remain is now a political identity that will shape Britain long after Brexit
Nick Cohen: Meet Dominic Slack-Oxley: the biggest source of fake news in Britain
Phil Burton-Cartledge: How did the ERG go from hating any Brexit deal to loving Boris Johnson’s?
Rob Merrick: Tactical voting by Remain supporters could defeat 60 Tories and end Boris Johnson’s reign at snap election, poll indicates
Jonathan Freedland: Don’t buy the hype: Boris Johnson’s Brexit deal did not win approval
Skwawkbox: ohnson’s deal has numbers to pass tonight – here’s why he may well come to regret it
Polly Toynbee: Labour MPs who help Boris Johnson to victory will not be forgiven
Gina Miller: Legal experts know that Boris Johnson’s EU deal still doesn’t cut it – here’s why
Matthew Parris: Labour MPs risk being Brexit’s useful idiots
The Guardian view on the Brexit vote: bin this bad deal
Sara Gordon: Sara Gordon: ‘Brexit is Stripping Away Our Rights’
Rafael Behr: Deal or no deal Britian sowing seeds of future confrontation with the EU
Martin Kettle: At first, I accepted Brexit. Now it’s become clear that we must not leave the EU
David Barnett:: The old lie: our eldest generation backs Brexit
Polly Toynbee:: This sham of a Queen’s speech could prove the end for Boris Johnson
Toby Helm: Labour remainers warn leave MPs: don’t help Johnson win his Brexit deal
Polly Toynbee: Johnson’s desperate for a general election, but he faces an unpleasant surprise
Peter Kellner: Everyone says they know what the public think about Brexit – here’s the polling data that tells you who’s right
Simon Wren-Lewis: We have all been cornered into a no-deal Brexit that will harm millions
Katya Adler: The end for negotiations in Brussels?
Gavin Sheridan: How Britain’s dark history with Ireland haunts Brexit
Bonnie Christian : ‘It’s okay to change your mind’: Meet the Leave voters who have radically changed their views on Brexit
Will Hutton: There is only one route out of the Brexit maze and Jeremy Corbyn must lead the way.
Otto English: The Mask Slips and the True Face of Populism Reveals Itself
Matthew D’Ancona: Promising a ‘quick fix’ on Brexit has always been a monstrous con
John Crace: Lazy Boris Johnson shows he is the man for the small occasion
The civil servant: We’re not ‘traitors’ or ‘remoaners’ – but this is a dark time to be a civil servant
John Crace: Tory Eurosceptics bring some fire to a drugged-up party conference
Sean O’Grady: This is the beginning of the end for Boris Johnson’s short, brutal, unhappy premiership
John Crace: ‘Incredible Sulk’s anger is compounded by ranting of Geoffrey Cox
Nazia Parveen, Steven Morris and Severin Carrell: ‘We didn’t ask for this mess’: voters react to Johnson’s court defeat
Jasper Jackson: A digital campaign was launched attacking the Supreme Court within minutes of its ruling
The Guardian view on Boris Johnson: guilty but he won’t go
John Crace: Nothing spoils a crisp fall morning like a supreme court ruling
George Monbiot’s blog: The need to protect the internet from ‘astroturfing’ grows ever more urgent
English people living in Wales tilted it towards Brexit, research finds
Sir Paul McCartney weighs in on Brexit debate
John Crace: Legal defence of prorogation crashes, burns and then fades into silence
Laura Kuenssberg: What does ‘podiumgate’ say about chances of a deal?
Jolyon Maugham: The flaw in the Benn Act
Adam Boulton: Sky Views: Second Brexit vote would pull Boris Johnson out of the quagmire
Harriet Sherwood: How did my far left ex-boyfriend swing so far that he’s now in Farage’s party?
Luke McGee : Boris Johnson is trapped in a Brexit prison he helped build
Heather Stewart : Hopes of clean break with EU are nonsense, says ex-Brexit official
Ian McConnell: BMW talks reality as Johnson camp veil slips to reveal truth of Brexit
The Guardian view on Yellowhammer: the ugly truth about a no-deal Brexit
Joe Humphreys: Richard Dawkins: ‘Brexit is now a religion. They don’t mind if they destroy the country’
Chris Bovey: Facebook restricting organic reach of pro-EU pages
Colette Browne: ‘Brexiteers are learning their stereotype of the Irish as drunken, idiotic apes is somewhat off the mark’
How bad is Boris Johnson? We can’t even find the words
Matthew Parris: Don’t blame Boris Johnson for the Tory meltdown
Larry Elliott: The flat UK economy still points to a Boris Johnson election victory
The Guardian view on the world and Brexit: rue Britannia
John Crace: Amber Rudd reaches tipping point after being taken for a mug
Jenni Russell: The ‘Political Anarchist’ Behind Britain’s Chaos
John Crace: Clown Prince Johnson cowers in the face of the Rebel Alliance
Will Hutton: The sheer scale of the crisis facing Britain’s decrepit constitution has been laid bare
Martin Fletcher: Boris Johnson, the great attention-seeker
Guy Verhofstadt: The Battle for Britain
Gordon Brown: The EU will ‘withdraw’ deadline for Brexit and remove no-deal option
The civil servant: Here in no-deal ops, we know vandalism when we see it. And this is it
Simon Murphy: Then and now: what senior Tories say about proroguing parliament
Heather Stewart in Biarritz and Rowena Mason: Brexit: shutting down parliament ‘gravest abuse of power in living memory’
Gaby Hinsliff:: Johnson’s plan for ‘Brexit heroes’ in the Lords will reverberate for years to come
Peter Reid: Everton legend Peter Reid hammers Boris Johnson over ‘class war’ Brexit
Jonathan Freedland: There’s an idea that could transform Britain – but Brexit won’t let it be heard
Leonid Bershidsky : Merkel Didn’t Give Johnson 30 Days to Fix Brexit
Xenophobic bullying souring lives of East European pupils in UK
Poppy Trowbridge: Tory MPs face a crisis of career, conscience and credibility over no deal ’
Ellie Mae O’Hagan: The real consequence of a no-deal Brexit is not short-term shock – it’s a long recession ’
‘There’ll be violence on the streets of Northern Ireland by Christmas’
Tom Peck: At Boris Johnson’s first ever ‘People’s PMQs’, it took the prime minister less than 10 seconds to start lying
Dr T. Huw Edwards,: I have a trade deal in my pocket, and I’m prepared to use it!

Daniel Cohen: ‘‘Loud, obsessive, tribal’: the radicalisation of remain
Jonathan Spink ‘Raab seems to have same loose grip on facts as his boss’
Ruadhán Mac Cormaic : ‘The Anglosphere is nothing more than a rhetorical wheeze
Brendan O’Connor: ‘Brexit: It’s going well, isn’t it?’
Andrew Adonis : I read Dominic Cummings’ blogs so you don’t have to – and they reveal a worldview that should worry us all
Rosie Duffield : Brexit is a feminist issue: No deal is not an option for women
James Kirkup : Leaving on October 31 won’t be the end of this. Brexit will never be over
Tom Peck: As the world burns, Dominic Cummings, the British government’s arsonist, is fanning the flames
Matthew d’Ancona: A no-deal Brexit even after a no-confidence vote: how could it happen?
Professor David Soskice: Why Boris Johnson will go for a referendum
Brendan Donnelly: Anti-Brexit forces have five weeks to decide on how to defeat ‘no deal’
Steve Bullock: This is why Nicola Sturgeon is right to believe Boris wants No Deal Brexit
Jonathan Gorvett : Will Brexit Be the End of the United Kingdom?
Will Hutton: Corbyn must choose: lead the alliance against the Brexit right. Or step aside
John Harris Boris Johnson is channelling a punk ethos to force through Brexit. It could work
Jonathan Powell Boris Johnson plans to frighten Europe then charm it. Here’s why he’ll fail
Philip Stephens Three things to know about Boris Johnson’s premiership
Martin Fletcher: The con man with the keys to the kingdom
John Crace Don’t call it a coup, you’ll spoil Boris Johnson’s Big Day Out
Andy Beckett: Britannia Unchained: the rise of the new Tory right
Nick Westcott: The powerful psychological rationale behind the desire for a no-deal Brexit
Layla Moran: Boris Johnson’s decision to hire Dominic Cummings is more than controversial – it’s dangerous.
Emily Ashton: IBoris Johnson Could Become The First PM To Lose His Seat. This Is How.
Chris White , If MPs want to stop a no deal Brexit they must act now
Ben McPartland , ‘A giant liar with a mop of hair’: What the French think of Boris Johnson
Ian Dunt , Boris Johnson: The next human sacrifice to the Brexit machine
Adam Bienkov, Thomas Colson and Adam Payne: 5 big problems Boris Johnson has to deal with on his first day as prime minister
Andrew Rawnsley: ’Boris Johnson’s braggadocio will soon come back to haunt him at Number 10
Boris Johnson on Varadkar: ‘Why isn’t he called Murphy like all the rest of them’
Nick Robinson : 10 things that stopped Brexit happening
John Crace: It will be Boris Johnson. And it will certainly be a disaster
Gina Miller: I’ll take you to court to block a no-deal Brexit, Gina Miller tells Boris Johnson
Sonia Purnell: Boris Johnson is about to inherit a crisis his EU-bashing helped spawn
A European Tomorrow: How the Brexiteers have fatally undermined their referendum mandate
Marina Hyde: Ruining a country near you soon: the beta males who think they’re alphas
Conservatives are conditioning us to accept the breakup of Britain
John Rentoul: Boris Johnson is heading for a landslide victory – and then disaster
Brendan Donnelly: The Brexit Revolution Eats Its Conservative Parents
Adam Payne: This no-deal Brexit plot could stop Boris Johnson forcing Britain out of the EU without a deal
Andrea Carlo: For EU citizens Boris Johnson and Jeremy Hunt are equally terrifying
Martin Kettle: It’s the autumn of 2020 and no-deal Britain is on its knees…
Nate Higgins: A ‘unity’ government is our last hope of stopping Brexit – and Caroline Lucas is the only MP fit to lead it
Ben Gelblum No-deal Brexit means austerity will have been for nothing and Tory leadership pledges worthless
Larry Elliott JJeremy Corbyn is right: Labour needs both its leavers and its remainers
Stephen Bush John Bercow’s decision increases the chances of an early election or a no deal Brexit
Luke Lythgoe: All power to MPs trying everything to block no deal
Michael Savage: Boris Johnson ‘might never enter No 10’ if MPs withdraw support
Ed Davey:Yvette Cooper or Hilary Benn should lead unity government to halt Brexit
Jon Cruddas: Labour can’t afford to lose its working-class heartlands by backing remain
The Guardian view on Tory leadership: politics may not survive Brexit
Sam Knight: The Empty Promise of Boris Johnson
The Observer view on Boris Johnson’s Brexit fantasies
Breaking into the Brexit echo chamber
Martin Fletcher: Why the Conservatives deserve to face extinction if they make Boris Johnson prime minister
an Wishart: Lying Politicians Leading U.K. to No-Deal Brexit, Ex-Envoy Says
Divided, pessimistic, angry: survey reveals bleak mood of pre-Brexit UK
Gaby Hinsliff: The Tory leadership battle is making Britain the kind of nation we used to laugh at
Fintan O’Toole: Brexit Britain is wallowing in dangerous talk of national humiliation
Nick Cohen: When will the resistance in Britain to populism properly begin?
Kathy Sheridan: Inept slew of Tory politicians have hands on history’s tiller
Ellie James : A no-deal Brexit will hit northern regions like my town the hardest and for the longest – we need a Final Say
Laura Kuenssberg: Would Boris Johnson be able to stitch Brexit coalition together?
John Crace: Farewell Maybot
The Guardian view on a hard Brexit: blocked by parliament
Martin Kettle: Britain must not turn its back on the world made possible by D-day
Jonathan Coe: How Brexit Broke Britain and Revealed a Country at War With Itself
Jon Stone: What would happen if UK decided not to pay the £39bn divorce bill to the EU?
Nic Robertson: The week that finally laid bare the Brexit myths
Isobel Thompson: Trump’s Brexit Holiday Reveals a Horrifying Truth
The Truth About Chlorinated Chicken review – an instant appetite-ruiner
Bonnie Christian: ‘British Army guide warns ‘how to spot right-wing extremists in ranks’
Stephen King: ‘Think of East Germany before you get lulled into the fantasy of no-deal
The Guardian Opinion desk: ‘Disturbingly, Brexit is the gift that keeps on giving’
Nick Cohen: Both right and left should fear the justified rage of Remainers
European elections: How disinformation spread in Facebook groups
Ian McConnell: Sloppy misunderstanding of EU election could trigger big Brexit cost
Jürgen Klopp criticises Jeremy Corbyn for putting his own aspirations before the people of the UK
Barnier: ‘Politicians peddling Brexit are stuck in the past’
Lisa Nandy MP: In Labour constituencies like mine, the idea of a second EU referendum is absurd
Nick Cohen: The Tories have abandoned thought in favour of believing their own lies
John Crace: Here was Nigel unplugged. His narcissism and self-deceit exposed
Richard Seymour: Nigel Farage Is the Most Dangerous Man in Britain
The Guardian view on Alastair Campbell’s expulsion: petty, foolish and counterproductive
Magid Magid: As a newly elected Green MEP and a refugee, I’ve got a message for the far right
Phil Wilson: Corbyn sabotaged Labour’s remain campaign. He must resign
Robert Peston: Did the UK just vote Leave or Remain?
The Irish Times view: the tragic inadequacy of Theresa May
John Crace: Theresa May proves herself the woman who has nothing for everyone
Tom Peck: ‘Nigel Farage getting hit by a milkshake isn’t funny, it’s absolutely hilarious
Guy Verhofstadt: ‘If you want to see what nationalists have done, come to Britain’
Andrew Woodcock Tory party will split if Boris Johnson becomes leader and pursues no-deal Brexit, warn MPs
John Crace: NI-GEL!’ Brexit party event offers terrifying glimpse of our possible future
Martin Kettle: The political landscapes of Brexit Britain and Weimar Germany are scarily similar
What Next for Brexit? (blog)
Jonathan Freedland: Remain voters are left with no choice but to ignore Labour next week
Hugo Dixon: Don’t vote Labour in European elections
Ian Dunt: The Brexit party is a post-politics entity
Tony Blair: Farage cannot be allowed to dictate Britain’s future. He must be thwarted’
Nick Cohen: Farage, Rees-Mogg, Claire Fox… Britain is seduced by politicians who are ‘characters’
Jonathan Freedland: The secret to stopping Brexit: keep it simple
Hugo Dixon: Cable’s “Bollocks to Brexit” far better than Corbyn fudge
Lewis Goodall: Brexit: The conditions are ripe for the biggest backlash imaginable
Alex Andreou: The Remain tactic is now simple: Give Labour a bloody nose
Jack Peat: I don’t moan about Brexit because I lost. I moan about Brexit because it’s insane
Chris Johns: Is Brexit breaking Britain?
Carole Cadwalladr: AggregateIQ: the obscure Canadian tech firm and the Brexit data riddle
Bridget Phillipson: Thursday’s results mean there’s only one way forward: ask the people
James Ball: How Seumas Milne quietly became Labour’s power player
The Guardian view on local elections: national lessons for Brexit
Hugo Dixon : Customs union is a thoroughly bad idea – here’s why
Adam Bienkov and Adam Payne: 5 things we’ve learned from the 2019 UK local election results
Tom Kibasi: A Tory/Labour Brexit deal is further away than ever. Here’s why
Owen Jones: How ultra-remainers could score a spectacular own goal on Brexit
‘Stop stereotyping the north as Brexitland’ say four Labour MPs
Matthew d’Ancona: Nigel Farage is fuelled by the betrayal myth. And Brexit is only the start
Will Hutton: Time has run out. Labour must seize its last chance to take a stand on Brexit
Robert Peston: May’s bid to forge a Brexit deal with Corbyn is about to implode
Nick Cohen: Richard Madeley, Brexit and the new conspiracism
Gary Cartwright: Polling analysis: Is Great Britain on the verge of collapse?
Polly Toynbee: Polling analysis: Why won’t the remain parties work together for the EU elections?
Thom Brooks: Even if Theresa May gets her withdrawal agreement through parliament, Brexit is far from assured
Peter Geoghegan: Why is Britain turning blind eye to Leave side’s lawbreaking?
Martin Kettle: Whatever happens next, the nationalist right has lost the battle for Brexit
Andrew Adonis: Six Months to Save Britain
Carole Cadwalladr : Trump, Assange, Bannon, Farage… bound together in an unholy alliance
Myriam François: ‘The fury of ‘white people’ with Jon Snow shows a total lack of self-awareness on race
Alix O’Neill: ‘The Brexodus is under way’: meet the Brits leaving the UK
Daniel Boffey: Ignore firebrand backbenchers such as Jacob Rees-Mogg, May tells EU
Douglas Fraser: What if Brexit were revoked?
EU doctors’ Brexit dilemma: do we stay or do we go?
Barbara Ellen: Oh do look at the tin-pot Brexiters, having their moment in the spotlight
Deborah Haynes: Whatever Brexit delay EU offers, it will come with conditions
Bobby McDonagh: Internal British bloodletting is the biggest worry of the Brexit blame game’
Angela Merkel is asking the right question about Brexit – and it scuppers everything’
Sean O’Grady: ‘Does May really think Corbyn will deliver a Tory Brexit? Her only hope is a second vote’
Stephen Castle and Ellen Barry: Theresa May Will Reach Out to Labour in Bid to Avoid Disorderly Brexit
George Monbiot: Why disaster capitalists are praying for a no-deal Brexit
Joyce McMillan: Brexit: Tories have brought Union to brink of collapse
Patrick Freyne: Battling Brexit has become a full-time job for activist
Ian Dunt: Circular firing squad: Puritanism sees Remainers and Soft Brexiters destroy each other
Polly Toynbee: This is no time for a compromise with Brexiters: there is no middle way
Kirsty Hughes: Brexit Showdown: Deal, No Deal, No Brexit
John Harris: Petitions and jokes will not halt this march into Brexit calamity
Robert Skidelsky: No choice and no exit for the UK
Tom McTague: How the UK lost Brexit battle
Martin Fletcher: The humbling of Britain
Nick Cohen: There are liars and then there’s Boris Johnson and Michael Gove
Aditya Chakrabortty: Amoral and venal: Britain’s governing class has lost all sense of duty
Brexit in seven charts — the economic impact
Hannah Jane Parkinson: Farage’s Brexit march: the theatre of the absurd meets storm-hit Minion
Will Hutton Let’s continue to resist Brexit. Our economy and values are at stake
Caroline de Gruyter Perhaps they’d better go
Carlos Closa Montero Brexit, Ireland and European solidarity
John McDonnell: MPs will ‘move heaven and earth’ to prevent no-deal Brexit
James Meek: Dissecting the Dreams of Brexit Britain
John Downing: EU puts Britain in its place with two very blunt messages
MPs reject no-deal Brexit, but what happens next?
Rafael Behr: Theresa May’s Brexit lost to the ultimate adversary: reality
Chris Johns: Brexit negotiations highlight UK incompetence
Alastair Campbell: This is not the week to push a people’s vote. May’s deal has to fail first.
David Harrison: Brexit ends our EU citizenship. That’s a huge loss of rights.
Grahame Pigney: UK citizens wherever they live are not getting a fair BREXIT deal from the EU.
Phillip Inman: Labour’s Leavers have got the wrong idea about the EU
Patrick Wintour: Theresa May ‘did not understand EU when she triggered Brexit’
Matthew d’Ancona: Could Gina Miller’s next move compel the EU to delay Brexit?
John Rentoul: The outcome of Brexit now depends on Geoffrey Cox, Arlene Foster and Nigel Dodds
Denis Staunton: Corbyn’s Brexit: Britain’s Labour leader runs out of wiggle room
Chi Onwurah: Remainers could win a second vote – but they have to learn one big lesson
U.S. Senator Chris Murphy: Avoiding the tragedy of Brexit
Daniel Boffey and Rajeev Syal in Sharm el-Sheikh: UK faces chaotic Brexit or extension of article 50, says Donald Tusk
Jolyon Maugham: The people can prevent a no-deal Brexit – with a general strike
Aditya Chakrabortty: If Labour aids a Tory Brexit it will be destroyed by what follows
Paul Horrell: Why Honda’s Swindon closure isn’t simply down to Brexit
Fintan O’Toole: The English love of eccentricity has turned sour 
Nesrine Malik: Britain needs a day of reckoning. Brexit will provide it
Terry Boyd: Domino Effect (updated): How a no-deal Brexit could affect all expats across Europe
Josh Holder, Seán Clarke and Antonio Voce: How Brexit has created four new political factions
Jon Henley and Dan Roberts: 11 Brexit promises the government quietly dropped
Nick Cohen: Brexit extremism is going nowhere. Now the moderate millions must act
John Crace : Can you negotiate with people who are certifiable? Ask the EU
Yves Smith : Believing Six Impossible Things Before Brexit
Toby Helm: Back May’s deal, then hold people’s vote: plan to end Brexit deadlock
George Soros:: The EU looks like the Soviet Union in 1991 – on the verge of collapse
William Keegan:: I’ve covered nine financial crises since the 1960s. Here’s what I learned
Allison Mccann, Milan Schreuer and Amie Tsang:: Where Europe Would Be Hurt Most by a No-Deal Brexit
That sinking feeling: Brexit threatens German bathroom connection
John Harris: Northern Ireland’s young people know their history. If only the rest of Britain did too
Paul Waugh: Why A No-Deal Brexit Is Now Theresa May’s Fallback Plan To Save Her Party – And Herself
Rob Waugh: Riots will hit streets after Brexit and UK will be ‘unstable’ for years, EU report warns
Mike Carter: The country I walked through deserves better than Brexit
Gina Miller: Dear Theresa May, your Brexit plan is doomed. Here’s a deal that will work
Lewis Goodall: Jeremy Corbyn makes his biggest move yet in game of Brexit chess
George Monbiot: Why disaster capitalists are praying for a no-deal Brexit
Tom Kibasi: A no-deal Brexit won’t result in a siege. The EU will be more clinical than that
Sam Wollaston: Four men with a ladder: the billboard campaigners battling Brexit
Martin Kettle: A special place in hell? Donald Tusk didn’t go far enough
Beth Rigby: Theresa May’s days in No 10 are numbered
Tony Blair: We all want Brexit closure – but May’s deal won’t supply it
Polly Toynbee: Fantasies of Dunkirk spirit couldn’t survive a no-deal Brexit
Anonymous: I’m a civil servant. Trust me, we’re nowhere near ready for no-deal Brexit
Margaret Donnellan: I’ve handed in my notice and I’m leaving Brexit Britain
A No-Deal Brexit Would Be A Betrayal Of Leave Voters
Adam Bienkov: Conservative Brexiteers are ‘setting up’ Theresa May’s Brexit talks to fail

‘It isn’t just Nissan, it’s all the jobs’: how the carmaker’s U-turn hit Sunderland

Andrew Rawnsley: The Tories should heed Oliver Letwin. They won’t be forgiven a no-deal Brexit
How Brussels should respond to Britain’s confused demands
Will Hutton: Remainers must make a radical offer to Britain’s deprived regions
Gary Younge: So, poorer Brexiters voted to be worse off? There’s nothing wrong in that
Joe Mayes: The Brexit Bill: Here’s the Damage So Far
Clarissa Killwick: Like one in four of us, Brexit is having a serious impact on my mental health
Marie Le Conte: An Android-only app for EU citizens’ residency – finally, my time to shine!
Jonathan Freedland: MPs have voted for a fantasy. It’s an indictment of our entire political class
The 16 Brexit groups
Swedish foreign minister: I ‘cannot forgive’ UK for Brexit
William Keegan: For the poor, it’s not Europe that’s the problem. It’s austerity
Simon Wren-Lewis: Why the UK cannot see that Brexit is utterly, utterly stupid
Eoin Bathurst: People need to listen for their minds to be changed.
Rachel Carter: My views on Brexit: ‘We’ve lost one of the best pharmacy technicians we’ve ever had’.
Tim Bastable Remainers – you don’t understand how much harm you are doing to millions of us.
Amelia Hill: UK cannot simply trade on WTO terms after no-deal Brexit, say experts
Nick Cohen: Brexiters never had a real exit plan. No wonder they avoided the issue
Hugo Dixon: Corbyn must whip 3 times to stop ‘no deal’ on Tuesday
Heather Stewart: Obsession, vanity or grit: what makes Theresa May tick?
Jonathan Freedland: The ‘will of the people’ on Brexit was not fixed for all time in June 2016
Jonathan Freedland: Wealthy Brexiteers like James Dyson are jumping ship. Why might that be?
Will Hayward: Why I am a Remainer who doesn’t want a people’s vote
Brexit has already been cancelled – and here’s why they’re not telling you
Martin Kettle: The only Brexit compromise I can see coming is a bad one
Remainers won’t ‘get’ Brexit until they understand their caricature of Brexiteers is entirely wrong
Hugo Dixon: Grieve comes up with killer ‘take back control’ amendment
Richard Penderel: I work at a Wetherspoons in grim conditions – and Tim Martin’s clueless Brexit bleating is driving me mad
Umair Haque: (Why Brexit is) the Perfect Catastrophe
Peter Müller: Britain’s Brexit Dithering. It’s Time to Let the UK Go
Jennifer Rankin: No say on trade deals for UK in EU customs union, says ex-WTO chief
John Harris: England’s rebel spirit is rising – and it wants a no-deal Brexit
How Brussels blew Brexit
Will Hutton: The idea that Britain can develop an independent trade policy is absurd
Chris Johns: For Brexiteers the point is to win, everybody else can go hang
Claire Mc Cormack: ‘Britain: A nation of lions led by donkeys’ – Mr. Brexit
Britain is operating as if a Brexit delay is there for the taking. It’s not.
Alan Renwick: What needs to happen to hold a new Brexit referendum
Starmer: Labour must keep open option of second referendum
Mitch Benn: We are doomed to live in the age of the angry Brexiteer
Fintan O’Toole: It was never about Europe. Brexit is Britain’s reckoning with itself
Heather Stewart, Peter Walker and Rajeev Syal: Corbyn could face string of resignations if he backs ‘people’s vote’
Pankaj Mishra: The Malign Incompetence of the British Ruling Class
Matthew Parris: Leavers have just killed the best chance of Brexit ever happening
Dr Robert C. Palmer: The legal loophole that defies democracy in Britain’
John Downing: ‘Lame-duck prime minister is facing a near-impossible task’
Jenni Russell: Britain Needs a Miracle
Tasmina Ahmed-Sheikh: Unsung Brexit heroes have earned their place in history
Toby Helm and Nosheen Iqbal: Taking back control? Brexit seems to offer exactly the opposite
Sadiq Khan: If May stays at No 10, I’m starting Project Hope, the positive case for remain
John Crace: Failing Grayling is a method loser worthy of an Oscar
AC Grayling: The parliamentary farce which shows why we need a referendum based on facts
Graham Ruddick and Philip Oltermann: A Mini part’s incredible journey shows how Brexit will hit the UK car industry
Anthony Hilton: We will soon see the true cost of cutting EU immigration
Rafael Behr: Theresa May is about to find out that Brexit is bigger than her
Sam Gyimah MP: It’s time to think the unthinkable on Brexit
Lisa O’Carroll: Tech developer quits UK saying Brexit has ‘killed’ his business
Allison Morris: Brexit has given momentum to the far right
Robert Saunders: Britain must rid itself of the delusion that it is big, bold and in charge
Rob Merrick: Parliamentary rules will stop Theresa May staging repeat votes to force her deal through
Lorène Weber: The British government reached a new stage in indecency: the “EU Settlement Scheme”
Darragh Roche: Reversing Brexit will be a dangerous moment for the UK
Hugo Dixon: The letters that could spell the end of Brexit if the people are given a Final Say
Pauline Bock: Britain has gaslit EU citizens like me who loved it. That’s why I’ve left
Ishaan Tharoor : Britain clings to imperial nostalgia as Brexit looms
Bobby McDonagh: Ireland loves exactly what Britain hates about Europe
David Shariatmadari: beware the clever lie of a ‘clean break Brexit’
Chris Patten: The Sum of All Brexit Fears
Andrew Adonis on the death throes of Brexit
Luke McGee: The United Kingdom is on life support
Dan Snow: Brexit is not an end to Britain’s liaison with Europe. It’s just a new beginning
Matthew d’Ancona: Brexit will bring a new ‘blitz spirit’? This is nostalgia at its most toxic
Helen Walmsley-Johnson: This “Blokes’ Brexit” will increase gender inequality among pensioners
Food prices to finance: what a no-deal Brexit could mean for Britain
Dominic Grieve: Parliament is incapable of settling Brexit. We need a second referendum
Fintan O’Toole: ‘Brexit is full of hysterical self-pity’
Gina Miller: Strip away the layers and Brexit becomes ever more murky
Cam Simpson , Kit Chellel and Gavin Finch: For Farage and Brexit Pollster, a World of Gamblers and Gambling
Anatole Kaletsky: Brexit’s aura of inevitability is vanishing
Umair Haque: What the Effects of Brexit Will (Really) Be
Hugo Dixon: How Britain can heal the rifts caused by the EU referendum
Jacek Rostowski: May’s deceitful Brexit strategy has backfired
Simon Tisdall: Outside the EU, Britain faces a bleak future in Trump’s world
John Kampfner: Brexit has made the UK a global joke. How will we rebuild our reputation?
Martha Gill: Ivan Rogers’ Brexit bombshell, digested
Fintan O’Toole: Historians will not believe sheer ignorance of Brexit supporters
Anthony Barnett: Why Brexit won’t work: the EU is about regulation not sovereignty
Will Hutton: Labour’s leadership is at rock bottom – it won’t be forgiven for conniving in a rightwing Brexit
‘Jeremy Corbyn has left the group’: John Crace listens in on MPs’ WhatsApp chats
Lionel Laurent: The Colossal Price of Theresa May’s Immigration Obsession
Ryan Heath: Brexit Britain: Small, boring and stupid
Aditya Chakrabortty: There’s a national emergency all right – but it isn’t Brexit
James Ball: Second vote will be as dangerous as the first
Andrew Rawnsley: Failed by both its major parties, betrayed Britain lurches towards the abyss
Daniel Boffey , Dan Sabbagh and Jennifer Rankin: Theresa May’s Brexit strategy left brutally exposed by Brussels failure
Andrew Adonis: The titan we need to lead
Jason Moyer-Lee: Brexit will hurt low-paid workers. Freedom of movement is not the problem
Rob Blackie and Ian Leslie: Seven rules for Remainers if they want to win a “People’s Vote”
Jeremy Corbyn: Labour could do a better Brexit deal. Give us the chance
Patrick Maguire: Dominic Grieve’s Brexit amendment gives control back to MPs – but what will they do with it?
Billy Bragg: The English working class will be the first victims of a Brexit vote
From no confidence to no deal, the choice for MPs should May’s plan fail
Sam Gyimah: second Brexit referendum best option for both sides
Ian Austin:: To the Labour MPs who want to reject May’s Brexit deal – are you sure?
Miriam González Durántez:: Cameron’s arrogance hurt the country, but May’s insults cut deep
John Crace:: Theresa May makes a meal of it at Brexit breakfast meeting
Peter Mandelson:: Yes, Donald Trump is talking perfect sense on May’s Brexit deal
How will your MP vote on Theresa May’s Brexit deal?
Matthew d’Ancona: May’s Brexit deal is already doomed. Here’s how the Christmas meltdown could play out
John Crace: Denial and bargaining as Theresa May grieves for her Brexit dreams
Marina Hyde: Get ready for Brexit advent, where a new political hellscape opens every day
Aditya Chakrabortty: In Britain’s boardrooms, Brexit is already here. And the warning is stark
Theresa May’s dog-whistle rhetoric on EU citizens jumping the queue – and its effect on my four-year-old
Jonathan Lis: It is now clear to all who look: Brexit is a humiliation of historic proportions
Michael Fry: Here’s why Ulster’s Brexit deal has just hastened the end of the Union
Mimi Mollica: Theresa May: how dare you say we EU nationals ‘jumped the queue’?
May’s Brexit Deal Is not the answer. The U.K. needs to admit that Brexit has failed.
John Cassidy: The Brexit fantasy goes down in tears
Jenni Russell: The men who want to push Britain off a cliff
Labour can stop Brexit
The Observer view on Brexit – the people must have a chance to give their verdict
UK austerity has inflicted ‘great misery’ on citizens, UN says
Luke McGee: 48 hours of farce and fury reignite stagnant Brexit debate
Suzanne Moore: Theresa May personifies the UK: lonely, exhausted, her power ebbing away
Caroline Flint: As a Labour MP, if it’s a deal or no-deal Brexit I know where my duty lies
Rafael Behr: The Brexit wreckers are slinking away from the rancid mess they’ve made
John Crace: Nothing has changed as the Maybot gets stuck in denial mode
Luke McGee : Is Brexit done now? Of course it isn’t
Laura Kuenssberg : Brexit draft agreement: What do they do now?
Jane Merrick: Brexit is an impossible mess verging on a constitutional crisis
Katrin Bennhold: Can Europe’s Liberal Order Survive as the Memory of War Fades?
David Hannay: Lest we forget, the EU has helped bring peace to Europe.
Andrew Rawnsley: A bad Brexit will not be as terrible as the Suez crisis. It will be far worse
Laura Kuenssberg: Why May’s Brexit deal may be impossible
Chris Johns: Brexit shows that idiots and incompetents are in charge in the UK
Chuka Umunna: What right-wing Brexiteers told me behind Theresa May’s back makes me worry for her EU deal
Barry Sheerman predicts poverty and misery if Brexit goes ahead
Bobby Duffy: Why leavers still believe the £350m claim: emotion trumps facts where the EU is concerned
The Guardian view on Brexit in parliament: time for organised resistance
Richard Coward: Pro-European Conservatives Will Soon Call Time on Brexit
Andrew Walker : Move fast and break things: How Brexit is like Silicon Valley
Michael Emerson: Why ‘Norway for Now’ is deeply flawed
Matthew d’Ancona: This budget may not survive the coming Brexit hurricane
Stuart Heritage: A Brexit 50p? That’s got no currency with the 48% who voted remain
Jan Fleischhauer: Watching a Country Make a Fool of Itself
Tony Blair: Brexit and the UK’s Services Trade
Carl Mortished: A self-destructive madness grips the U.K. as a no-deal Brexit looms
What Trading On WTO Rules Actually Means An Expert’s Alarming Explanation
The Guardian view on the Daily Mail and Brexit: a very public shift
The Guardian view on the Tories and Brexit: rage against the facts
The Guardian view on the march for a people’s vote: a step forward
Tom Peck: Any idea that a second referendum would be an affront to democracy died on Saturday afternoon
Nick Cohen: David Cameron led us to this calamity. Yet he stays quiet and hides in his hut
Rob Jetten: speaks about Brexit in the House of Commons
Megan Nolan: I Didn’t Hate the English — Until Now
Brexit: Five things that happened at the EU Brussels summit
Sam Stopp: Brits want to leave Europe’s party because the fun’s over and we’re all tired
Rafael Behr: Britain’s magical thinking won’t make the EU accept the impossible
Thomas Colson: This court case could hand Theresa May the power to stop Brexit
John Crace: Theresa May presents Brexit: the third-rate village pantomine
Toby Helm: Has Theresa May finally run out of Brexit road?
Phil Howard: Top chef warns Brexit may ‘collapse’ UK hospitality industry
Luke Lythgoe: Naive, culpable, pipedream: the ambassador’s verdict
Martin Kettle: Now Brexit really is threatening to tear the UK apart
Jolyon Maugham: Today’s ruling shows the triggering of article 50 can be reversed
Chris Key: The end of free movement means the end of families like mine – and that’s why I’m so angry about it
Simon Jenkins: Banging your head over Brexit? Despite all the fury, we have to stay engaged
Anoosh Chakelian: an A-Z of jobs under £50,000 that Theresa May says are not skilled
Rafael Behr: The Tories lack any vision – they can see nothing but Brexit
Chris Cotton: Forget Salzburg. Passthebuxit: Why the Tories Might Want the Worst Possible Brexit
Anand Menon: Forget Salzburg. The real Brexit battleground will be Westminster
Sean O’Grady: Gibraltar is going to be an even bigger Brexit problem than Ireland – so why does no one want to talk about it?
Jolyon Howorth.: Brexit has become unnegotiable. Theresa May has a constitutional duty to admit that truth
Ozan Varol: Facts Don’t Change People’s Minds. Here’s What Does
Jon Stone: Theresa May and her Brexit secretaries have refused to meet representatives of British citizens in EU for two years
Lisa O’Carroll: IEA’s Brexit proposals: the main points
The real reason the SNP won’t back a referendum on the Brexit deal
John Rentoul: Here’s what May’s Salzburg post mortem really meant
George Eaton: Chequers was always doomed but Leavers can’t blame the EU: Brexit is defeating itself
John Crace: Theresa May in denial after her Salzburg ordeal
Rafael Behr: The EU couldn’t help May at Salzburg because she’s seeking the impossible
Andrew Grice: After Salzburg, Theresa May will say she’s ending free movement of people – and then she’ll do the opposite
Natasha Hinde: Anxious, Worried, Stressed: What Is Brexit Doing To Our Mental Health?
Polly Toynbee: If Labour is serious about power it must back a people’s vote on Brexit
Romanians in the UK: ‘If we go, who will do the jobs after Brexit?’ – photo essay
Andrew Adonis: Parliament has a ‘golden moment’ to halt Brexit before it’s too late
Maike Bohn: My value as an EU migrant in Britain has been proven – it’s time to stop the lies
Brexit Region Lives With Alarming Echoes of the Past
Jay Rayner: Food and Brexit: will our cupboards be bare?
The Observer view: we must give voters a chance to deliver their verdict on Brexit terms
Susie Courtault: Whatever Leavers claim, Brexit puts women’s rights at risk
Isabel Togoh: Why A House Price Plunge Could Be Bad News For Millennials
Rafael Behr: The remainers’ biggest problem? Voters have switched off
Andreas Kluth: To the Brits who can be arsed
Roy Greenslade: Brexit is a menace to society in Northern Ireland. Here’s why
Anca Alexe: Chance of hard Brexit at 25 percent, say economists in Reuters poll
Simon Jenkins Boris Johnson’s latest Brexit outburst combines madness and mendacity
Joe Watts Hundreds of Whitehall officials leave department in charge of EU withdrawal, new data reveals
Sam Kerr: UK no-deal passporting plan may break WTO rules
David Lammy: Why Labour must lead calls for a people’s vote on Brexit
Brian Beacom: (Theresa May’s inability to dance this week)
Alexandra Bulat: The UK needs migrants of all skill levels, not just the brightest and best
Sir Vince Cable : The Brexit fanatics want you to believe there’s no time to reverse things now. But it’s not true
John Wyles: EU talks soft while preparing for hardest Brexit
Simon Jenkins: Hooligan Brexiters now offer a mad, dystopian future nobody voted for
Emmanuel Macron’s post-Brexit vision is too complex to be workable
Francis Beckett: Second referendum is all that can save Corbyn from oblivion
Daniel Boffey: Calm down. Barnier’s words were not a green light for Brexit deal
Greek Bailout: Ten infographics to explain the Greek crisis
Larry Elliott: Britons seem relatively relaxed in the face of Brexit apocalypse
Steve Richards: Beware the Brexit betrayal narrative
George Monbiot: TA despot in disguise: one man’s mission to rip up democracy
Matthew Norman: The raw courage and X-ray vision of Jeremy Hunt allows us to see Donald Trump in a whole new light
David Shariatmadari: Brexiteers are using the notion of Project Fear to manipulate you
Beth Rigby: Brexit: Why political crisis could be well on the way
Joe Anderson: A no-deal Brexit would be bad for Britain – and a disaster for cities like Liverpool. That’s why we need a Final Say
Jane Golding: Brexit will ruin the lives of British citizens in Europe. We deserve a vote
Brexit: The Great Con That Will Ruin Britain
Counting the cost of Brexit inaction
William Keegan: Hard-Brexit fantasists dislike hard economic realities
The Guardian view on the Brexit debate: time to make real choices
Sir John Curtice: What young and old voters really think about Brexit
Martin Kettle: Boris Johnson is auditioning to lead a grim, insular Britain
Glosswitch: Forcing women to become carers after Brexit is no mistake – it’s what many Leave voters wanted
John Harris: Rich, reckless Brexit zealots are fighting a new class war
Alena Ivanova: Brexit is a Tory project – as a member of Momentum, this is why I back a Final Say
Chris Morris: What would ‘no deal’ mean for aviation?
Amber Rudd compares Eurosceptics to climate change deniers as she warns over ‘sobering risks’ of no-deal Brexit
Brexit provides the perfect ingredients for a national food crisis
Julie Edde: U.K. Faces Abject Future After Brexit, Ex-Lloyd’s Chairman Says
Pascal Lamy: ‘Prepare for the worst’ in case of a no-deal Brexit
Michael Dougan: Brexit campaign was ‘criminally irresponsible’, says legal academic
Can’t we, just for once, hear from some sensible Brexiteers?
Cliff Taylor: In aviation there is no fall-back position in a no-deal Brexit
Henry Newman: Europe must wake up to the looming nightmare of a no-deal Brexit
Gina Miller: Even Theresa May should embrace the idea of a vote on the final Brexit deal
Olly Robbins: steely operator fighting on the Brexit frontline
Andy Bodle: Do Brexiters really want Remainers to ‘get over it’?
The Londoner: Britain is cruising to Brexit disaster
Sam Knight: Theresa May’s impossible choice
Sophie Walker: Overconfident men brought us Brexit. It’s not too late for women to fix it
As a British EU negotiator, I can tell you that Brexit is going to be far worse than anyone could have guessed
UK citizenship: Brexit fears of EU citizen who lived in Britain for 40 years
The savage Brexit letter that doesn’t pull any punches
James Ball: Stockpile food in the event of a no-deal Brexit? Dream on
Anand Menon: A second Brexit referendum would be a painful, toxic waste of time
Molly Scott Cato: A no-deal Brexit could make most of us poorer – and Jacob Rees-Mogg richer
Vernon Bogdanor: Brexit broke parliament. Now, only the people can fix it
Polly Toynbee: Take fright on Brexit: even the civil service head is telling us to panic
British Remainers across continental Europe left with feelings of shame and loss after Brexit
Why Is A No Deal Brexit Being Promoted By Brexiteers?
Women’s rights under threat after Brexit, warns EHCR report
Brexit: EU citizens in UK at risk of ‘devastating consequences’ on housing and jobs, MPs warn
Gina Miller: Flights stop, supermarket shelves empty, and NHS supplies dwindle: Britain after a no deal Brexit
Andrew Rawnsley: Desperate Brexit deadlock triggers the search for a miraculous escape
The Guardian view on who governs Britain: amid Brexit chaos, we ought to know
Andrew Duff: Former UK MEP says Britain has “always blown hot and cold” in EU relations
Zoe Williams: Brexit has hit peak confusion. A new vote is the solution
Andrew Rawnsley: Theresa May’s grand plan has left her stranded in no woman’s land
Nick Cohen: Brexit Britain is out of options. Our humiliation is painful to watch
Brexit plan: What white paper means for sovereignty, immigration and money
Martin Kettle: Boris Johnson’s Brexit was never a dream. It was pure fantasy
Jenni Russell: Boris Johnson Has Ruined Britain
Charles Grant: Europe’s response to May’s plan could cost her more ministers
Martin Fletcher: Boris Johnson peddled absurd EU myths – and our disgraceful press followed his lead
Fintan O’Toole: Britain has gone to huge trouble to humiliate itself
Electoral law has been broken – this is a fight for the soul of our democracy
Will Hutton: May’s plan is in nobody’s interest. It’s increasingly clear that we must not leave the EU
Zoe Williams: Jeremy Corbyn, take note: leftwing remainers won’t stay silent on Brexit
Peter Walker: What the cabinet has agreed at Chequers Brexit meeting
Thomas Colson Chequers summit: The big Brexit issues that could make or break Theresa May’s premiership
Lisa O’Carroll: Solihull’s Land Rover workers react to boss’s Brexit warning
John Crace: Maybot launches PM VR to construct alternate Brexit reality
London’s Brexit time bomb is about to blow
John Crace: Napping May scores own goal in face of Belgium Brexit striker
Molly Scott Cato: Why did Nigel Farage tell the world he thought remain had won?
Catherine Bearder: I work in Brussels alongside the EU Brexit negotiators and I find it incredible how little the UK government understands
Mary McAleese says she is ‘heartbroken by Brexit’
The Brexit effect: How the last two years have impacted the economy
Will Hutton: Enough already: in the national interest, we must stop a hard Brexit
Nazia Parveen: Broughton, the town in fear after Brexit warning by Airbus
Jessica Elgot: May has won a key Brexit vote but what happens next?
Chuka Umunna: Brexit was never really about immigration, and it’s time Labour talked about that
Zoe Williams: Jeremy Corbyn, take note: leftwing remainers won’t stay silent on Brexit
Andrew Adonis: May double-crossed Grieve over Brexit – this is a constitutional crisis
Andrew Rawnsley: Europe is fast losing interest in the Brexit soap – it has bigger worries
Tony Connelly: How a week in politics has made a backstop deal more remote
Britain is heading for a soft Brexit
Simon Nixon: Don’t Underestimate the Risk of a Chaotic Brexit
Martin Kettle May’s Brexit crunch moment in parliament was just the first of many
Owen Jones The Brexit traitor trope: how hard-right fantasies put us all at risk
HuffPost Verdict: Theresa May Avoids Defeat On Key Brexit Vote
Polly Toynbee: Boris Johnson calls Brexit warnings ‘mumbo jumbo’. But they’re true
Profile: Isabel Oakeshott and the ‘Bad Boys of Brexit’
Vernon Bogdanor: One Brexit amendment that puts the government’s survival at risk
The Guardian view on the Brexit backstop row: much ado about nothing
Jonathan Freedland: What’s Labour’s problem with a soft Brexit? One word: immigration
Market fundamentalism has left Britain in the economic relegation zone – it’s time for a rethink
Brexit: Why do some UK citizens fear for their future rights?
Martin Kettle: Threatened by Italy and Brexit, the EU must turn the tide
John Pienaar : Theresa May being urged to ‘take back control’
Fintan O’Toole: If only Brexit had been run like Ireland’s referendum
Labour MPs’ fear of Brexit voters could be unfounded, study says
Janan Ganesh: Leavers are preparing their Brexit betrayal narrative
‘Brexit is a disaster’ – experts debate the latest economic data
The real cost of Brexit: all the things that are not being done
In Britain, Austerity Is Changing Everything
Roger Casale: Brits in Europe need free movement – even if David Davis won’t fight for it
Marina Hyde: There’s a rat in this Brexit heist movie. Who could it be, Boris?
John Palmer: How Corbyn could become prime minister – and keep us in the EU
David Shariatmadari: The EU’s right to say Britain is ‘chasing a fantasy’. That’s all Brexit ever was
How did HMRC get to a £20bn customs cost?
Stop Brexit blather and face reality on trade, says ex-EU ambassador
John Harris: A warning to the Tories: Britain’s true-blue suburbs have turned liberal
Michael Segalov: Want a second Brexit referendum? Then stop talking about it
Rosie McKenna: Students will desert Corbyn over Brexit betrayal
At home with Gary Lineker: Exclusive interview on Brexit, press regulation and haunting dreams of white coffins
Owen Jones: No, ‘gammon’ is not a racial slur. Now let’s change the conversation
Nicky Morgan: Britain being ‘held to ransom’ by Tories pushing for hard Brexit
Jim Waterson : What did Leave. EU do wrong, and could its breaches stop Brexit?
Neil Kinnock: It would be a serious evasion of duty if Labour failed to seize this chance to protect our country from the rockslide of hard Brexit
Luke Lythgoe: Now expat pensions and dialysis patients under Brexit cosh
Luke Lythgoe: Now Lords have bettered Brexit Bill, MPs must do their duty
Steve Richards: Boris Johnson’s ‘crazy’ remark is seismic: the cabinet Brexit split is out
William Keegan: Hard Brexit will create more social anger than staying put
Michael Morpurgo: My family fought for peace, not for Brexit
Chuka Umunna : Labour must end its ambiguity over Brexit and commit to policies that match its values
Local elections haunted by Brexit offer little comfort to right or left
Jonathan Freedland : Labour’s Brexit fudge may have worked once. But it can’t go on
Adam Payne : The EU believes Theresa May’s ‘unstable’ government could collapse before Brexit
Femi Oluwole : Stopping freedom of movement cuts both ways
Nick Kent: These 5 EU trade myths are Brexiter nonsense
John Crace : To outer space, via David Davis’s looking-glass world of Brexit
Ian Dunt : Bicker all you want about a customs partnership – it’s impossible either way
Dan Roberts: Customs row punctures ‘have-cake-and-eat-it’ Brexit fantasy
Andrew Rawnsley: Mrs May’s attempt to muddle through Brexit is fast approaching crunch time
Peter Dowd: Theresa May has no choice. She must back Labour on a new customs union
Marina Hyde: David Davis excels in this government of all the talentless
Linton Kwesi Johnson: ‘It was a myth that immigrants didn’t want to fit into British society. We weren’t allowed’
Brexit and music: How leaving the EU could change gigs for artists and fans
Paul Mason: The Windrush scandal unmasks the colonial attitudes of British Conservatives
Dr Monica Horten: Galileo satellites illuminate EU-UK divorce tensions. British industry is likely to end up in a weaker position
The Guardian view on the EU customs union: the start of the Brexit crunch
Rafael Behr: May is chasing a fantasists’ Brexit. She must change course now
Stop being so hard on Theresa May – we all make mistakes. Some of us spill lemonade, others accidentally deport people.
Koji Tsuruoka: Japan ambassador’s Brexit warning: there won’t be a deal better than the single market
EU citizens in the UK are in a particularly weak position and need an independent authority to monitor their rights
The Guardian view on Brexit and the Irish border: alchemy fails again
David Shariatmadari: On Brexit, the views of the 48% must be respected too. That’s democracy
Gary Younge: With Windrush, Theresa May mistook a national treasure for an easy target
Commonwealth summit: can Britain still shape the world post-Brexit?
Peter Beaumont: Only Brexit could inspire this cynical, lost empire vision of Commonwealth
There is still a way we can make the government give everyone a ‘people’s vote’ on the Brexit deal
Ian Jack: End of an idyll: how the sun went down on Britain’s retirement dream
Phillip Inman: Beware bribery and corruption in Brexit’s new world
Trade with the Commonwealth isn’t actually a priority for post-Brexit Britain
Geraint Davies: Delaying Brexit day makes sense for leave and remain
Barry Gardiner: Corbyn’s attack dog guilty of letting slip real Brexit views
Nick Dearden: Costly medicines and pus in milk: a Brexit trade deal that’ll make you sick
‘A monument to foolishness’ – what might the Brexit museum look like?
The Brexiteers’ attack on the Good Friday Agreement looks suspiciously co-ordinated
Hillary Clinton: Brexit must not undermine peace in Northern Ireland
Chlorinated chicken may be the least of our worries when it comes to signing a trade deal with Trump
William Keegan : The ‘will of the people’ can change. Ask Clement Attlee
John Lichfield : Ukip is wrong: British fishing answers to Westminster not Brussels
Adam Payne : Theresa May is under pressure to embrace the Norway Brexit model — here’s what that means
Inside the “Brexit Broadcasting Corporation”: how Remainers turned on the BBC
Richard Corbett MEP: Brexiteers think they’ll win a golden trade deal with the Commonwealth. They’re wrong
Steve Bullock: I’ve negotiated with the EU – and I know we can still stop Brexit
Best for Britain’s Eloise Todd: It’s game on, says the woman fighting for another Brexit referendum
David Miliband: Why Labour must back a new Brexit referendum
Polly Toynbee: Of course the ultras are afraid: their Brexit now looks toxic
Henry Porter: Is the BBC abdicating its responsibilities over Brexit?
Why the Cambridge Analytica scandal could be more serious than you think
Timothy Garton Ash: We have six months to foil Brexit. And here’s how we can do it
With a year to go until Brexit day, the left needs to promote a progressive migration strategy
11 Brexit promises the government quietly dropped
The Guardian view on Brexit: now is the time to change course
John Crace: You’re a broken record, Rees-Mogg. Get thee to that monastery
Jonathan Portes: ‘Brexit Britain, beware: the supply of Europeans is drying up
‘It’s been mad’: Dordogne town’s unexpected Brexit boom
William Keegan: ‘Brexit was making us a joke nation even before the blue passports
Keir Starmer: ‘We cannot allow Labour to break apart over Brexit’
Hugo Dixon: Does Britain have the pride to reject May’s tail-between-the-legs Brexit?
Stefan Stern: The passport farce shows Brexit is really an Ealing comedy
Simon Jenkins: At last, good news on Brexit: Britain is heading for Norway
David Lammy interview: The Tories a dead party walking
AC Grayling: Our Christmas present in 2020? Permanent continued membership of the EU
Dan Roberts and Alan Travis: The five costs of UK’s pyrrhic Brexit victory
Phillip Inman: R&D can’t fly against the winds of austerity and Brexit
Faisal Islam: Brexit Forensics: Playing chicken with the Channel Tunnel
Sean Swan: Sinn Fein won’t drop its abstentionist policy over Brexit – and that’s not necessarily a bad thing
Jonathan Lis: May’s Brexit will block ports and cripple business. Time to stop pretending
William Keegan: A glimpse into Brexit Britain’s future: going it alone in a trade war
Empire strikes back: why former colonies don’t need Britain after Brexit
Matt Withers: Major new report on Brexit and public opinion reveals a divided UK
Anand Menon : Brexit is already raising tough questions about the unity of the United Kingdom itself – and we need answers
Paul Maskey: I’m a Sinn Féin MP. This is why I won’t go to Westminster, even over Brexit
AC Grayling: Don’t trust the UK
Polly Toynbee: Business must speak up, and save Britain from Brexit
John Crace: The five laws of Maybotics, rendered vaguely for Brexit
Discarded by Brussels & Westminster: Brits in Europe left stranded in Brexit talks
Samuel Tombs: Theresa May only has two Brexit options left: Capitulation to the EU or a second referendum
Nick Cohen: The irresponsible know-nothing right that treats everything as a joke
Stewart Lee: The Brexit culture wars are driving me bananas
Six former foreign secretaries on Brexit, Britain… and Boris
Ian Jack: Who do I blame? Eight reasons we ended up in this Brexit mess
Brexit basket case: the British have forgotten how to deal with facts
The Observer view on Theresa May’s Brexit speech
Denis Staunton: Britain inches towards reality of Brexit
Theresa May’s Mansion House speech: what she said – and what she really meant
Nick Cohen: The irresponsible know-nothing right that treats everything as a joke
The snowed-in speech: May pedals furiously down a dead end
Rafael Behr: Europe knows May is a prisoner of the Brexit ultras – and won’t trust her to deliver
Jonathan Freedland: Don’t cry for Theresa May. This Brexit crisis is her fault
Jolyon Maugham: Our rights to EU citizenship are worth fighting for – despite Brexit
Tony Blair: Theresa May has no hope of achieving Brexit aims
Gibraltar is going to be an even bigger Brexit problem than Ireland – so why does no one want to talk about it?
Tanja Bueltmann: EU citizens are only Brexit collateral now. It’s heartbreaking for us
Zoe Williams: Brexit has created chaos in Britain – nobody voted for this
Vernon Bogdanor: A customs union won’t help – there is no such thing as a ‘soft’ Brexit
Chris Johns: Brexit la-la land just gets madder and madder
Rafael Behr: The Brexit walls are closing in on Theresa May from two sides
Harry Leslie Smith: Brexit threatens everything I fought for in the Second World War.
John Crace: Another day another cabinet minister’s confusing Brexit vision
Nicky Morgan: Finally, David Davis has told leavers the truth: Brexit means compromise
Richard Corbett: Alarming Conversation with a British diplomat – is this the line the government’s peddling?
Darren McCaffrey: Why does Boris Johnson keep on ignoring Ireland when it comes to Brexit?
Rachel Wearmouth: Inside The Community That Voted Hardest For Brexit And Now Stands To Lose Most
Hugh Muir: Fear and abuse won’t change Brexit minds
Gina Miller: We thought Boris Johnson would tell us his Brexit plans. He said ‘Go whistle’
Hannah Jane Parkinson: Theresa May … another vacuous speech on the farcical road to Brexit
Martin Kettle: Boris Johnson’s naked ambition blinds him to the dangers of Brexit
Jonathan Freedland: Brexit reveals our political system is failing. The 48% must have a voice
Rafael Behr: A secret plot to stop Brexit, or an antisemitic dog whistle?
Jianwei Xu: Why post-Brexit UK is ‘less attractive’ for China
Rafael Behr: Brexit ultras v Tory realists: that’s the real battle
John Crace: Minister avoids more Brexit confusion by not having a plan
Matthew Norman: Beneath the mask, Jacob Rees-Mogg is a dangerous and deceitful bully on secondment from the 18th century
Nicolas Hatton: Why we reject Theresa May’s EU citizens’ ‘settled status’ plan.
Nick Cohen: Rest assured, when Brexit bombs, it won’t be the fault of the Tory right
Resentful in Redcar: ‘We made the finest steel in the world – now we make lattes’
Factbox: The EU’s Brexit transition demands — and what they mean
Gary Younge: Britain’s imperial fantasies have given us Brexit
What is a ‘vassal state’? Jacob Rees-Mogg’s mid-Brexit vision explained
Simon Jenkins : The brave Brexit speech Theresa May is afraid to give?
Martin Kettle: Theresa May’s vision of a global Britain is just a Brexit fantasy
Ian Dunt: The three time bombs lurking amid the Brexit negotiations
Britons ever more deeply divided over Brexit
Leaked Brexit impact report: key questions answered
Denis MacShane: Time to consign ‘Lexit’ to dustbin
Ben Okri: How to combat the populism that gave us Brexit? Active citizenship
Polly Toynbee: Mount Tory is ready to blow over Brexit – and May can’t stop it
Ian Jack: Dunkirk and Darkest Hour fuel Brexit fantasies – even if they weren’t meant to
The Guardian view on Theresa May’s government: divided they drift
Rafael Behr: On Brexit, there are Tory grownups. And then there’s the Wild Bunch
Cliff Taylor: Sticking plaster that held Brexit talks together about to be prised off
Vernon Bogdanor : The Lords has the right to ask the Commons to reconsider Brexit
John Rentoul : The Lib Dem ‘stop Brexit’ ship is sinking. Now, many of their supporters are flocking to Jeremy Corbyn
Robert Hutton : Can Britain hit the reset button on Brexit?
David Shariatmadari: Don’t buy the ‘Brexit dividend’ myth
10 ways Remainers could win the second referendum
Adam Fleming: Whatever happened to the Brexit talks?
Hugo Dixon: EU lovebomb shows we can change our mind
Chris Johns: The UK still doesn’t realise it can’t divide and rule the other EU members
Whither the 48 percent? Why nobody speaks for the Remainers.
Phillip Inman: Britain’s tired old economy isn’t strong enough for Brexit
Why Britain is pondering an exit from Brexit
Martina Brinkmann: Why all Europeans need a second referendum on the UK exiting the EU
Brexit mess should be fixed where it started.. in Parliament
Joris Luyendijk: Europe must wake up to the drastic consequences of a hard Brexit
Ian Dunt: Everything you need to know about the Brexit endgame in five minutes
Nolan Jazimreg: How our previous governments impoverished English, inciting Brexit and racism
Nothing simple about UK regaining WTO status post-Brexit
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Hugo Dixo : May’s Brexit pledges have turned to ashes. Was she deluded or dishonest?
Andrew Adonis:Through humility and understanding, we can still stop Brexit Andrew Adonis
Chuka Umunna: I’ve been meeting with representatives of the EU governments over the last few months. This is what they really think of Brexit
Rafael Behr: Brexit Britain will have to get used to life as a ‘third country’
William Keegan: We had a lot on our plate already: Brexit was the last thing we needed
Andrew Rawnsley: How and why Britain might be asked to vote once more on Brexit
Sadiq Khan: No deal is a disaster. The government must tell us the truth about Brexit
Henry Newman: Staying in the EU customs union after Brexit would be disastrous for Britain
Jonathan Lis: David Davis’s petulant leaked letter is the latest slice of Brexit cakeism
Ian Birrell: This botched reshuffle casts Theresa May as the tragic victim of Brexit
David Cameron ‘feared being ousted’ if he failed to commit to EU referendum
Yes, there should be a second Brexit referendum
The NHS is already in crisis – Brexit could finish it off
Why Can’t Remainers “Just Accept Democracy”?
Martin Kettle: Tony Blair’s a flawed messenger – but he’s worth listening to on Brexit
Owen Jones: I don’t like Brexit – I just don’t see how it can be stopped
Tony Blair: timid Labour risks becoming handmaiden of Brexit
This is how Brexit can be stopped in 2018
Frances Ryan: Set Brexit aside – here are the political issues you mustn’t lose sight of in 2018
Faisal Islam: What path will Brexit take in 2018?
Adonis on Brexit: ‘No mandarin backs May. Government has broken down’
The problem with the English
Why blue passports are such a big deal: Hannah Arendt and the mass psychology of Brexit
EU must name its price for post-Brexit trade
John Bruton: The EU vote ignored Ireland, but the UK can still change its mind
Labour faces the need to reconcile with working class Brexit supporters
What to Get Theresa May for Christmas
Brexit will worsen the EU’s dilemmas
Now Damian Green is gone, prepare for a hard Brexit
All that’s left for May to get through is the unyielding wall of reality
David Marquand Britain’s problem is not with Europe, but with England
John Crace: Demob-happy Maybot goes through the smooth and orderly motions
The Guardian view on Theresa May and Brexit: time to get off her fantasy island
Andrew Rawnsley: The Tory rebels are emboldened by their success. They won’t stop now

Brexit transition deal isn’t a done deal
Why Michael Heseltine is still raging against Brexit
Austin Mitchell: Brexit is just a distraction to the real problem: the UK’s clapped-out economy
Matthew d’Ancona: The New Jerusalem of Brexit is revealing itself to be a mirage
The Observer view on Brexit developments
What do you think of the Brexit deal so far?
‘Brexit was the tipping point’: EU nationals on why they left the UK
The DUP’s hardline policies could be the quickest route to a united Ireland
The Guardian view on Britain and the customs union: just do it
Five reasons why the Brexit negotiations have just got more difficult
Nicola Sturgeon: To limit the harm done by Brexit, stay in the EU single market
Tim Martin: Immigration is a ‘good thing’ for Britain
Cliff Taylor: Brexit row on Irish Border coming to the boil
Brexodus: How London’s loss is Dublin’s gain after Brexit
Peter Westmacott: Project Fear has become Brexit cold reality. It is time to vote again
Jonathan Portes: I predicted this fall in immigration
The 13 steps to turn Leave voters against Brexit
Bank of England: UK banks could handle ‘disorderly Brexit’
Brexit talks: for all Britain’s bluster, the EU has it over a barrel
Rafael Behr: Divided Britain, where the Brexit alarm is sounded but no one wants to hear
Gina Miller: Strip away the layers and Brexit becomes ever more murky
The Irish question may yet save Britain from Brexit
Ignorance of Irish history means Brexit talks will not end well
Why the left should support Brexit
Anna Soubry: ‘History will condemn those who haven’t tried to stop all this nonsense’
Finally, the reality of Brexit can no longer be avoided
Will Hutton: There’s only one sick country in Europe – and it’s not Germany
Polly Toynbee: Corbyn has seen the light on Brexit. Now he’s taking the fight to the Tories
Irish border: Britain’s shameful dereliction
Brexit forces UK tech workers to decide: Should I stay or should I go?
Larry Elliott: No wonder the north is angry. Here’s a plan to bridge the bitter Brexit divide
How to avert the looming Brexit crisis
The Observer view of Britain’s shambolic Brexit negotiations
John Crace: Babbling about Brexit progress, Dave only oozes defeat
Paradise Papers: The Brexiters who put their money offshore
Charles Grant: How Brexit will unfold – Britain will get a deal, but it’ll come at a price
Suzanne Moore: The UK has become ungovernable – and no one wants to admit it
Jonathan Lis: It’s pie in the sky to think Brexit talks can move on in December
Rafael Behr: Lost and powerless – Theresa May has become a martyr without a cause
No One Knows What Britain Is Anymore.
John Harris: They voted for Brexit in a cry of pain – what happened to the left-behind?.

Gina Miller: The Brexit impact studies must be released in full
The Road to Reversing Brexit: Three Ways the U.K. Could Take It All Back
Brexit blockbuster: 6 things we learned from UK committees
John Crace: For sale: one Brexit, wheels falling off, loads of miles on the clock
Denis MacShane: The Three Musketeers of Brexit are failing
Will Hutton: Leftie? Yes, and proud to be among those upholding Enlightenment values
Unified Ireland on the cards ‘if Brexit goes badly’
Dover and Out: Niall Paterson takes in the Brexit views
Frankie Boyle: Is this the night of the living dead? No, it’s Britain’s Brexit team
John Crace: DexEU’s Dim and Dimmer turn Brexit hearing into surreal art
Alastair Campbell: My fantasy Corbyn speech: ‘I can no longer go along with a ruinous Brexit’
Roger Scully: I spent a year researching why working-class Welsh people in the Valleys voted for Brexit, and this is what I found
‘Re-leavers’ start to believe Brexit can be stopped
John Crace: David Davis hits rock bottom and then keeps falling over Brexit vote
Simon Jenkins: Enough moaning about Brexit: remainers must say what they’re for
How Brexit cost the Conservatives their majority
Caroline Lucas: We must stop this tragic farce – Brexit can be reversed
Jonathan Freedland: With hardcore Brexiteers urging ‘no deal’, Labour’s duty is clear
Brexit: Tory grandee and Remainer Ken Clarke says there is no way of stopping Britain leaving the EU
David Cameron’s Three Big Mistakes
Brexit talks: has the balance of power shifted and what happens next?
Hardline Brexiteers are the UK’S NRA
Brexit: the anatomy of failure
Ragnar Weilandt: From the continent, remainers’ sudden love for the EU looks like plain hypocrisy
Sam Ashworth-Hayes: Why is May hiding truth about Brexit? Because it’s grim.
Polly Toynbee: I can scarcely believe it, but Theresa May is now Brexit Britain’s best hope
Jonn Elledge: Dear Brexiteers, free trade does not mean what you think it does
Rafael Behr: With evidence of a failing Brexit, who needs prophecy?
John Crace: After five rounds of Brexit talks, David Davis runs out of bluster
OECD: Reversing Brexit would give ‘significant’ boost to UK economy
Alastair Campbell The time has come for Theresa May to tell the nation: Brexit can’t be done
Sam Ashworth-Hayes: Brexiters’ trade dreams going up in smoke
Matthew d’Ancona: Why is Hammond hated? For daring to look at the Brexit small print
Incompetent politicians, not Europe, are betraying Britain
What the grim reality of a ‘bad-tempered’ Brexit means
Stephen Bush: Another of Brexit’s beautiful mysteries: I voted against, but I’m expected to support it. Why?
John Bercow: MPs should not feel obliged to back Brexit
‘We were lied to’: voters who have changed their mind on Brexit
Pete North: I don’t like this Brexit, but I will live with it
Pauline Bock: For EU citizens, Theresa May’s “settled status” after Brexit looks anything but
AC Grayling: I accuse Westminster of a dereliction of duty
Joris Luyendijk: How I learnt to loathe England
How not to talk to Brexiteers
Ian Dunt: If Liam Fox messes up, we’re all in deep trouble
Alan Duncan: Brexit vote was ‘tantrum’ by British working class
Arranging Reality. Stopping Brexit
I Accuse… AC Grayling’s denunciation of Britain’s craven politicians
Bombardier: Boeing fiasco and UK’s post-Brexit future
Jonathan Freedland: Brexit has made Labour’s radicalism possible – but it could bury it too
New Statesman: I’ve annotated the government’s response to the petition calling for another Brexit referendum
Revealed: How gold takes the shine off Britain’s trade figures
John Crace: ‘Progress is progress’: Davis does his best to talk the Brexit talk
Theresa May is calling the EU’s bluff over a ‘no deal’ Brexit – but could we actually survive it?
Manuel Cortes: left-wing Brexiteers are deluded, Labour should keep all options on the table
Molly Scott Cato: The Labour leadership are wrong. Renationalisation can happen whilst remaining in the EU
Paul Krugman : ‘Zero chance’ leaving EU will make Britons better off
Matthew d’Ancona: May’s delirious cabinet is in denial about who really controls Brexit
Hugo Dixon: May’s Florence speech confirmed it: we need to ditch Brexit
Will Hutton: Mrs May’s falsehoods and fantasies are designed only to keep her party together
Time isn’t on her side: Theresa May must set out her Brexit plan this week
Chris Cook: Will the government really accept ‘No Deal’ with the EU?
Ian Dunt: Boris’ attack on young people is part of Brexit’s ‘traitor’ narrative

Hugo Dixon: Boris-induced Mayhem godsend for pro-Europeans
Adam Posen Discusses the Damage of Brexit to the British Economy
Anna Soubry interview: My government needs a ‘reality check’ on Brexit
NY Times: How ‘Brexit’ could change business in Britain
John Palmer: Tory Brexit is doomed. Corbyn has a chance to build the Europe he wants
Mark Steel: The success of the Brexit negotiations show that we’re finally getting our country back
Jean-Claude Juncker: Britain will regret leaving the European Union
Guntram Wolff: Brexit is a great British bore. Europe has moved on, and the UK should be worried
Richard Corbett: Brexit and the European Investment Bank
The Observer: Theresa May and the shambolic Brexit negotiations
Nationalism is turning Britain into a basket case
Polly Toynbee: The Brexit bill is cataclysmic. Only a swerve will save us
George Magnus:: The pound won’t stop plummeting any time soon
Nick Cohen:: The fantasy that Brexit would be easy is costing us dear
Brexit talks: clouds of delusion
Peter Reynolds: Has There Ever Been A Worse UK Government Than This?
A brief history of having cake and eating it
It is extraordinary that Theresa May wants to take her botched record to the betrayed British electorate in 2022
Sky Views: Brexit talks cannot succeed
Negotiations third round: EU divorce bills to citizens’ rights: six things we learned about Brexit this week
KPMG Study: The “Brightest and Best” EU citizens are leaving the UK
Britain Must Accept the Hard Truth About Brexit
Nightmare on Brexit Street
‘I don’t feel welcome anymore’
Zu viele Skrupel für den Brexit
Denis MacShane: Three reasons remainers should stop calling for a second referendum on Brexit
Ian Dunt: Has anyone bothered to ask what the EU gets out of all this?
Evening Standard: A high price looms as Brexit reality bites
Breaking with the European court of justice won’t be easy for Britain
Simon Watkins: The Brexiters have lost the economic argument
Can tech solve the Brexit border puzzle?
Fintan O’Toole: The UK government’s border proposals for Ireland are absurd
Philip Hammond’s political suicide means even Brexiteers like me now need to back a second referendum
John Springford: Philip Hammond and Liam Fox’s Brexit transition plan is a pipe dream
David Miliband: Tory Brexit policy is chaotic: the fightback against this stitch-up must begin at once

Diana Zimmerman: This is what we really think about Brexit in Germany
Richard Corbett MEP: What the single market actually is – and what will happen if we leave it
Rhiannon Lucy Cosslett: Brexit will be catastrophic. Yet I still support Jeremy Corbyn
Sir Michael Leigh: Conservative Brexit strategy the most harmful government policy for over 50 years
Simon Jenkins: Without Irish unification, a hard Brexit is impossible
Vernon Bogdanor: A second Brexit referendum? It’s looking more likely by the day
Leonid Bershidsky: Brexit Reversal? The EU Should Say ‘No Way’
‘A bit of me is dying. But I can’t stay’: the EU nationals exiting Britain
EU must change stance to protect citizens’ rights, say Lib Dems
Karan Bilimoria: Britain doesn’t need to ‘take back control’ of immigration. We already have it
No 10. Vigil, Breaking Brexit with Music and More
Oliver Norgrove: An open letter to hard Brexiteers, from a former ally

No Dunkirk Spirit Can Save Britain From Brexit Defeat
Aberdeen to be worst hit by Brexit but all British cities will suffer – report
Vince Cable: Corbyn wants a hard-right Brexit. Progressives must fight back, not follow
As a British EU negotiator, I can tell you that Brexit is going to be far worse than anyone could have guessed
Heidi Alexander: Labour should back the single market. Barry Gardiner is wrong
Brexit: ‘Ideological crap about sovereignty and taking back control’
‘Britain is fast becoming the sick man of Europe’ – experts debate Brexit data
Veritas et Libertas: Tories’ cunning Brexit plan revealed”
Jay Rayner: Michael Gove asked me to a meeting to share my expertise. I declined. Instead, I’ve given him a piece of my mind.”
Japan asks: “Why has Britain gone mad?”
Miriam González Durántez: How to beat the ticking Brexit clock: let British business leaders do the talking
John Harris: Brexit is clearly a terrible idea. But it has to happen
Manuel Cortes: There is no good Brexit – Labour needs to restart the Remain fight
Guy Verhofstadt: Improve the Brexit offer to EU citizens, or we’ll veto the deal
Nick Cohen: One by one, Brexit’s ‘salvations’ are seen to be illusory
The Cabinet is going to split over Brexit – and no one can predict what happens after that
LSE: ‘Bloody difficult’ Britain has already blown its chances of a good deal from the EU27
Tory Brexiteers have no power after the election – that’s why they’ve gone after the BBC
Colin Yeo: Britain’s miserly post-Brexit offer to EU nationals shows a disdain for rights
Tae Hoon Kim: Corbyn has a savvy game plan: wait for the Tories to implode over Brexit
Polly Toynbee: Their Brexit delusions could yet destroy the Tories
Jonathan Freedland: A warning to Gove and Johnson – we won’t forget what you did
The Tories are making a habit of U-turns – Brexit will be next
Joris Luyendijk: Brexodus has begun. We EU nationals know staying on is too big a gamble
What was the role of Cambridge Analytica and psychographics in the EU referendum?
Catherine Day: UK’s Brexit negotiators only starting to understand EU
Deep Impact: How will a Brexit Affect UK Banks?
Nick Cohen: Perhaps the clever thing to do is just give up on politics
I voted for Brexit. But a year on, it looks less and less appealing
Jonathan Freedland: Can Brexit be stopped? The answer is in our hands
Timothy Garton Ash: A year after voting for Brexit, Britain’s divided, and in uncharted waters
This is what a Norway-style soft Brexit might actually look like
Lord Heseltine : Britain leaving EU now ‘very much open to question’
Natalie Nougayrède: Britain is leaving the EU – just as Europe is on the up
William Keegan: Brexiters have voted for a poverty even worse than austerity
Brexit Britain: a clown not a lion
Jean Quatremer: Thanks, Brits – Brexit has vaccinated Europe against populism
Britain: The End of a Fantasy
Clive Crook: With Leaders Like This, Britain Should Panic
Theresa May is too cowardly to take part in the TV debate
If the polls are right, it’s all over for Theresa May
Ian McEwan: Brexit denial: confessions of a passionate remainer
Rafael Behr: Admit it, Theresa May: ‘no deal’ is not an option
NHS faces £500m-a-year bill post-Brexit for returning retirees
Britain needs a new political party and I know just the person to lead it.
Voting Young people, if you live in one of these marginal constituencies it’s time to oust your Tory MP
Nick Cohen: Brexit bullies turn on those sorting out their mess
A. C. Grayling: ‘Brexit is starting to look a lot like a coup
Brightest and best, it’s time to pack up and offer your talents elsewhere
Ian McEwan: death of elderly Brexit voters could change second EU vote result,
Will Hutton: never before in my adult life has the future seemed so bleak for progressives
The great British Brexit robbery: how our democracy was hijacked
Der Spiegel (in German) 10 miscalculations
Joris Luyendijk: Theresa May’s Brexit Britain can no longer be considered a serious country
Britain’s complacency over Brexit will end in humiliation
Brexiter (il)logic and where it could lead us
Want to talk about chaos, Mrs May? Let’s start with the state of Britain today
Brexit talks leadership vacuum ‘leaves 45% chance of no deal’
Yanis Varoufakis: The six Brexit traps that will defeat Theresa May
Lord Judge : Brexit may cost MPs and peers the power to pass laws
How Theresa May could lose the general election
Boris Johnson on Brexit – This man represents the worst of Britain
Daivid Barnsdale: Free Movement of People – a key freedom
Expats, exports, security: What’s worrying the rest of the EU about Brexit?
Michael Heseltine: on Article 50
A hasty election before Britain sees the hard truth of Brexit
The UK and international students
Tony Blair: the way to fight the Tories in June’s election is to turn Brexit against them

Owen Jones: Labour has a real Brexit alternative
Are you angry yet? You bloody should be
Germany needs a strong EU. Why would it allow Britain an easy Brexit?
The Tabloid’s Handmaiden
Margaret Thatcher: Our destiny is in Europe, as part of the Community
Gordon MacIntyre-Kemp: Brexit is the total collapse of UK’s global influence
Brexit means Brexit? It may mean being half-in, half-out of the EU
The Big Issue and Brexit
The 14 Defining Characteristics Of Fascism
Dear Brits: This is what it’s like to be a non-EU citizen
Unhappy Ukippers? Maybe Europe wasn’t the issue…
Arron Banks: ‘Brexit was a war.
Which People Have Spoken?
May squandered her time before Article 50 – now she faces the consequences
Lessons from Brexit
The Observer view on triggering article 50
No EU trade deal is better than a bad deal?
UK Nationals will lose all citizenship rights on Britain’s departure from the EU
Sir John Major attacks ‘ultra Brexiteers’ for extreme views
Vote Leave director admits they won because they lied to the public
A third of European firms to cut investment due to Brexit – survey
Second Scottish Referendum, is independence now inevitable?
Cocky Brexiters casually threw our 300-year union up in air
Brexit is about to get real. Yet we are nowhere near ready for it
Britain teeters on a cliff edge
STUDY: Brexit voting areas are going to be worst hit by the economic fallout
If you want to leave Britain to live in the EU do it before Theresa May triggers Article 50
Plight of British in the EU: A Welshwoman’s Life in Sicily
Theresa May’s assumption of absolute power over Brexit spells disaster
Theresa May’s Empire of the Mind
How Brexit gamble could bring down the City
The UK is being stolen
A Brexit failure now seems inevitable
48 questions from Tony Blair’s speech
Migrants take on UKIP lies
‘The UK is deluded: readers on the Brexit negotiations
The problem with the English
A.C. Grayling: Fighting for Europe
Guy Verhofstadt on British illusions
Dominic Cummings: how the Brexit referendum was won
A Brexit Blog
10 things to know about the World Trade Organization
The dark underbelly to the character of Boris Johnson