Fintan O’Toole: Despite the violent past and toxic present, Britain and Ireland cannot escape the ties that bind
Max Hastings: Boris Johnson: brilliant, warm, funny – and totally unfit to be PM
Sam Bright: A Broken Pact The ‘Red Wall’ Revolt Represents the Toppling of Boris Johnson’s Messiah Myth
Sam Bright: LIZ TRUSS The Tufton Street Candidate
Jane Thomas: Iceberg of incompetence heading for the red wall
Amanda Robinson: Warning: democracy at risk
Alex Massie: The unfathomable inadequacy of Boris Johnson
John Crace: Boris Johnson’s best party excuse is he’s even dimmer than we feared
Brian Cathcart: The Programme Remains the Same
Beware the Post-Johnson Conservative ‘Reboot’

Owen Jones: The UK is in danger of becoming a police state masquerading as a democracy
Nick Cohen: All revolutions devour their own children. Just look at the Brexiteers
Bob Geldof: Desmond Tutu taught us all the true meaning of greatness
Peter Burke: The Week that Frost was Lost
Andy Beckett: The myth of an overcrowded Britain suits our island psyche – and this government
Jack Peat: Elevenses: Brexit betrayal theory
Mike Buckley: The Brexit Reset Needed After the Resignation of Lord Frost
Martin Waller: The shape of pandemics to come
Jonathan Freedland: The Brexit ’n’ Boris formula was a winner for the Tories. Now it’s falling apart
John Crace: Broken Boris Johnson can no longer lie his way out of trouble
Chris Grey: Not my Brexit
John Harris: Boris Johnson’s crises boil down to one thing: contempt for the rest of us
Jonathan Freedland: Johnson’s lies must be punished: on Thursday, those with a vote can speak for us all
Fergus Finlay: To blink, to ink: I feel for Collins and the pressure he was under in 1921
Aditya Chakrabortty: The truth is now plain: in Johnson’s Britain, some lives are more equal than others
Anthony Robinson: Inside the fantasy worlds of Daniel Hannan
Toby Helm: Opposition parties ‘can oust Tories’ if they cooperate on seats
James Morris: Should Tesla Have Built Its European Gigaplant In The UK Instead Of Germany?
Paul Waugh: Dominic Cummings’ call to ditch human rights law to end migrant Channel crossings isn’t as simple as it seems
Bobby McDonagh: Johnson continues to show disdain for the rules
Fiona Godfrey: “The EU is not going to save the UK from itself”: a view from Luxembourg
Phil: Is Boris Johnson Doomed?
Nolan Jazimreg: Brexit Timeline: Key events that led to David Cameron’s decision to hold the EU referendum
William Keegan: The Tories lied their way to Brexit. What is this but sleaze?
Gina Miller: The rules on MPs’ standards are hopeless. Here’s how to clean up parliament
Nesrine Malik: I have lived under corrupt regimes – the cynicism stalking Britain is all too familiar
Clifford Thurlow: Johnson Trickery and Plato’s Cave
Mark Gatiss: ‘I’m currently very, very ashamed of being English’
David Puttnam: We’re sleepwalking into disaster
Will Hutton: The EU is locked in a momentous fight with Poland. And the UK is backing the wrong side
Paul Tyler: Paul Tyler’s valedictory speech: The Tories and integrity
John Crace: European scrutiny committee puts on stunning display of collective amnesia
David Davis: Be warned: this government is robbing you of your right to challenge the state
Caroline Molloy: On holiday in sunny, sensible Portugal, I realised England is bad, actually
Tomasz Orynski: Truck Stop: an EU lorry driver’s view of the haulage crisis
Mark Cunliffe: Who started the politics of hate? Well, we all knew who re-started it.
Hannah Ritchie: David Puttnam hits out at government as he quits House of Lords
John Cotter: For Argument’s Sake: Taking Dominic Cummings’ Tweets Seriously
Fintan O’Toole: Facing chaos and needing a scapegoat, the Tories seek an endless fight with Europe
Patrick Wintour: Perfidious Albion: why French faith in Boris Johnson has nosedived
Lisa O’Carroll: Dominic Cummings says UK always intended to ditch NI protocol
John Crace: Rip it up and start again: Frost numbs the senses with spoiled teenager act
Martin Fletcher: From Germany, the UK appears ever more dysfunctional and absurd
Fintan O’Toole on John le Carré’s final twist: dying as an Irishman
North East Bylines: Haulage: a perspective from Poland
Gaslighting Gilligan: Brexit 2021: The Two Most Powerful Lies
Luke McGee: Inside Boris Johnson’s post-Brexit bubble, where he’s king of his party but cut off from reality
Rafael Behr: The Tories are cheering the voyage to a Brexit promised land that doesn’t exist
Anthony Robinson: Frost’s own ‘long bad dream’ is just beginning
Alastair Campbell: Journalists are letting us all down by treating Boris Johnson like he’s honest
Nick Cohen: The fantasy world of Boris Johnson
Lee Williscroft-Ferris: Labour faces years in the wilderness until it faces up to the realities of Brexit
Phil: Priti Patel and the Authoritarian State
Vicky Spratt: Michael Gove has just shown that ‘levelling up’ is still no more than a slogan
Toby Helm, Michael Savage, Phillip Inman and Harriet Sherwood: You can’t level up by raising taxes on the poor, Tories tell PM
Michael Savage and Phillip Inman: Bringing in the army won’t halt petrol crisis, says fuel industry boss
Jim Grace: The brexiters have been lying again…
Samuel Earle: Britain Is Heading Into a Nightmarish Winter
Andy Beckett: A winter of discontent is unlikely to dissolve the Tories’ support
The Reader: Ageing UK can’t run without migrant labour
Anthony Robinson:The Tories are “tethered to the mast of Brexit”
Andra Maciuca: Starmer labels Johnson ‘a trickster who’s performed his one trick: Brexit’
The Reader: Ageing UK can’t run without migrant labour
Polish HGV driver: EU hauliers find UK visa proposal ‘pretty amusing’
HGV shortage: EU drivers set to snub Boris Johnson’s appeal to solve UK petrol crisis with Brexit visa offer
John Kampfner: AUKUS deal leaves transatlantic alliance weaker than before
Jonathan Powell: My Secret Brexit Diary by Michel Barnier review – a British roasting
Andra Maciuca: Open letter to Brexit minister David Frost slams negotiation tactics with EU
13 highs and lows of Boris Johnson’s US trip as three-day diplomatic blitz ends
Charlotte Mbali: Is Brexit a Cause of Rise In Energy Prices?
Jillian Ambrose: What caused the UK’s energy crisis?
Rafael Behr: Brexit made an unlikely hero of Angela Merkel for Britain’s remainers
Joe Mellor: Brexit: Odds shorten on UK re-joining EU by 2026 as impact hits home
Heather Stewart: Biden tells Johnson trade tensions must not threaten peace in Northern Ireland
Will Dunn: Gas price crisis: is Brexit, Russia or Covid-19 to blame?
Mark.E.Thomas: Malice in Plunderland – a New Kind of Government?
Bryan Manley-Green: How Britain Lost Its Weigh
Denis Staunton: Reshuffle exposes emptiness of Johnson’s vision for Britain
Five ways for BBC News to avoid saying ‘It’s because of Brexit’
Dr Stella Perrott: Channel Pushback In Unwinnable War Against Refugees
Otto English: FAKE HISTORY The New Brexiter Great Crusade
Alasdair Sandford: Brexit harvest: Five self-sown problems on Boris Johnson’s plate this autumn
Andrew Rawnsley: With the US becoming a less reliable ally, Britain needs to make friends in Europe
Nadeem Badshah: Hilary Mantel: I am ashamed to live in nation that elected this government
Chris Stokel-Walker: The UK thinks it can fix GDPR. It’s wrong
Nick Cohen: The delusion of Dominic Raab
Larry Elliott: So what’s so wrong with labour shortages driving up low wages?
Tomasz Oryński: 20 reasons why there is shortage of drivers in the UK
The Guardian view on empty shelves: a crisis made in government
Andra Maciuca: ‘Large proportion’ of EU citizens plan to leave ‘unrecognisable’ UK because of Brexit
Martin Kettle: Overconfident and rebellious – Johnson will rue the day he made a Tory party in his own image
Phillip Inman: Business chief calls on PM to save north-east from Brexit damage
Andrew Adonis: Boris Johnson: The Prime Etonian
Julie Anderson: Revealed: The 9 levels of Leaver expectations about Brexit
Raluca Enescu: Confessions of a Remoaner: What I Learned From Not Stopping Brexit
Mark Townsend: EU citizens who applied to stay in Britain facing threat of deportation
Joël Reland: Do refugees have to stay in the first safe country they reach?
Clifford Thurlow: My Dad Wasn’t A Patriot
Jack Horgan-Jones: ‘A crucial relationship’: How Merkel helped determine Ireland’s place in EU
Polly Toynbee: The pandemic has opened up a deep rift within the Conservatives. It will grow
T J Coles: How Brexit betrayed the working classes
Gabriele Bonafede: Winners and losers. A European victory and yet another Brexit defeat
James Hawes: The England delusion
Henry Goodwin: How Boris Johnson is altering the fabric of Britain while you’re not looking
Jack Peat: ‘Masks are the new Brexit’: Divide as Johnson plans to scrap restrictions
Ali-Asghar Abedi: I’m half-British and half-American. Here’s the worst thing about Independence Day
Phil: Politics after Batley and Spen
Vanessa Thorpe: ‘Our ministers are philistines’: Elton John outraged as Brexit hits musicians
Phil: The Clumsy Promotion of British Nationalism
Jonathan Lis: Boris Johnson & the Rise of Make-Believe
Tom McTague: The Minister of Chaos. Boris Johnson knows exactly what he’s doing.
Phil: After the Chesham & Amersham By-Election
Biden has an ambitious agenda for his first European tour – it’s a pity the UK isn’t listening
Toby Helm & Heather Stewart: ‘Mistrusted’ Johnson feels full force of EU fury as Brexit wrecks G7 summit
Jonathan Freedland: Johnson wants to be Biden’s buddy. But thanks to Brexit he can never be a true ally
Marina Hyde: The Tories have worked out how to pull off an NHS data grab: do it during a pandemic
Giuseppe Bignardi: Asylum policies do not reflect our country’s values
Caroline Lucas, Layla Moran and Clive Lewis: To beat the Tories, we must first join forces to beat the electoral system
Ian Dunt: Dominic Cummings’s Covid select committee evidence was a story of liars – told by a liar
Andra Maciuca: Cummings says it’s “perfectly reasonable” to think Remain should have won
Eric Jozsef: It’s not just British leavers – the rest of Europe is responsible for Brexit, too
Mike Zollo: The UK’s shameful hostile environment is persecuting hope
Umair Haque: Why the Working Class is Turning to Fascism
John Harris: Could England’s future be a left-leaning south facing off against a conservative north?
William Keegan: Relegation’s too good for Boris Johnson and his team of Brexit fantasists
Paul Mason: Hard Labour
Scott Hunter: Glasgow immigration protest has Priti Patel in a quandary
Giuseppe Bignardi: Covid-19 vaccines: the balance of self-interest and altruism
Clarissa Killwick: When is an expat not an expat?
Peter Geoghegan: Tory dominance is likely to hasten break-up of the union
Paul Waugh: Six Reasons Why Labour Lost The Hartlepool By-Election
Julie Ward: “Politicians shouldn’t run scared of seeking changes to our relationship with Europe”: new report from Another Europe is Possible
Simon Ferrigno: A loss of opportunity
Peter Lathan: Is England racist?
Rafael Behr: In the court of King Boris, only one thing is certain: this will all end badly
Phil: The Myth of Tory Genius: A Case Study
The Observer view on Boris Johnson’s fitness for office
Simon Jenkins: Johnson can thwart the SNP if he offers Scotland single market access
Daniel Trilling: Why is the right obsessed with ‘defending’ borders? Because it sees citizenship as a commodity
Catherine Bennett: If Boris Johnson has his way, a woman’s work will truly never be done
Jack Peat: Johnson wants to be “a unifier who no longer divides for electoral gain”
Peter Benson: Belfast riots expose old wounds that may never heal
Sadie Parker: Abandon hope all youth who grow up here
Bettina Schulz: Der Union Jack muss für Johnsons Kulturkampf herhalten
William Keegan: The Brexit elite cannot hope to fool us for much longer
Nolan Jazimreg: This is how a Tory Brexiter & ERG member rigged our EU referendum
Sadie Parker: Meet the modern Victorians
Maya Goodfellow: Boris Johnson’s Government Is Built on Cruelty
Finn McRedmond: Rise in Union Jack flag-waving is a sign of deep anxiety in the UK
Francois De Beaupuy: EU Won’t Let Astra Export Covid Vaccines Until Pledge Met
Umair Haque: Britain is Showing the World How Nationalism Implodes Into Fascism
Mike Zollo: ¿Cómo nos ven? How the Spanish press sees us
Luke McGee: The pandemic is stirring deep resentments in Europe. They may not be quick to heal
Sussex Bylines: Letters to the editor
Why Boris Johnson is Teflon
Martin Fletcher: It’s Remainers, not Brexiteers, who are the true patriots
Gary Z McGee: 7 Ugly Truths That Will Jolt You Awake
Andrew Rawnsley: Waging war over vaccines can only end in tragedy for Britain and the EU
Adam Poole: Remain and Rejoin Unicorns
Hazel Pennington: Eurostar under Threat
Edward Docx: The clown king: how Boris Johnson made it by playing the fool
Peter Burke: No Way To Start A trade War
Ginny Smith: Defenders of Democracy: Terry Reintke MEP
Simon Jenkinse: Boris Johnson’s Brexit shenanigans have met their reckoning in Northern Ireland
Adam Poole: Untold damage to the quality of our democracy
Sadie Parker: Trading the orchard for an apple
I., an asylum seeker in Derby: Welcome to the United Kingdom
Jack Peat: ‘Blame Nigel Farage for fishing betrayal’: Yorkshire Post letter goes viral
Simon Ferrigno: The Prehistory of Brexit
Anthea Simmons: Resent third country status? Blame OUR government, not the EU.
Jack Peat: Brexit-backing Sunderland says it is not receiving same level of funding outside EU
Derek Scally: Dublin and Berlin bound by new spirit of energetic goodwill
Rafael Behr: Brexit is a machine to generate perpetual grievance. It’s doing its job perfectly
Luke McGee: Boris Johnson’s government is ‘gaslighting’ Britain about the realities of Brexit, critics say
Catherine Early: Black comedy of errors: how the UK accidentally left the Single Market, and other Brexit stories
Ronan McGreevy: Irish unity will take place within a generation – historian Max Hastings
Coming Home To A Country I Don’t Recognise
Joseph Middleton: Brexit is destroying music. Why has the government let this happen?
Nick Cohen: In the fairytale land of Brexit, we’re trading with the world. It’s a fantasy
Marina Hyde: From Farage’s flotilla to rotting exports – it’s the story of Brexit, in fish
Michael D Higgins: Empire shaped Ireland’s past. A century after partition, it still shapes our present
Jim McCarroll: England has accepted the break-up of the Union, and is gently forcing Northern Ireland towards a united Ireland
Peter S. Goodman, Stephen Castle and Eshe Nelson: 53 Tons of Rotting Pork and Other Brexit Nightmares
George Monbiot: How Britain Could Become a Failed State
Ullrich Fichtner: How Europe Became a Model for the 21st Century
William Keegan: The red wall should hear Hammond’s hard truths about Brexit
Will Hutton: Yes, Britain’s vaccine rollout is a triumph. But let’s not kid ourselves it proves the Brexit case
Lisa O’Carroll: EU and UK ‘acting like absentee landlord’ over Brexit in Northern Ireland
Nick Cohen: Duped again: Irish unionists and the long, sorry history of Tory betrayal
Tom Haward: EXPORTING LIES How Brexit Deceit is Affecting My Balance Sheet
Boris Johnson and Thatcherism
Marina Hyde: Britons want a bit of drama from their leaders – and Keir Starmer isn’t serving it
Denis Staunton: Johnson has no option but to rein in rhetoric on NI protocol
Brent Peabody: Brexit Is Probably the United Kingdom’s Death Knell
John Crace: Gove says rather more than intended after parliament finally unites over Europe
Martha Gill: Boris Johnson’s clever trick to get away with anything – even the Covid catastrophe
Andrew Rawnsley: The bad taste question about Covid that everyone in Westminster is asking
T.J. Coles: Double blow: Brexit Britain locked out of both the EU and major economies
Daniel Lambert and Anthea Simmons: “Now I can see the full carnage of what this government has done to my industry and the wider economy.”
Kim Willsher in Paris: ‘Half-friends is not a concept’: UK should decide who its allies are, says Macron
layzellicardiff: Brexit and Brexitannia
Gabriele Bonafede: The appalling achievements of two Trump’s political friends?
Gina Miller: Covid-19 financial aid: Why is the chorus of support for the forgotten three million falling on deaf ears?
Denis MacShane: Britain’s refusal to give the EU’s ambassador full diplomatic status is a childish insult
Martin Fletcher: How Boris Johnson’s Brexit deal is proving a nightmare for UK businesses
Broken Brexit, Broken Britain – The Next Ten Years
Mike Buckley: Government’s Attack on Workers’ Rights The Unleashing of ‘Britannia Unchained’
Braking news
Andrew Rawnsley:The bill for Boris Johnson’s Brexit is coming in and it’s punishingly steep
Daniel Lambert: “Let the adults take over” says business owner, as his supply chain collapses
Toby Helms: ‘A Brexit nightmare’: the British businesses being pushed to breaking point
Karin Tamerius: 3 Ways You Won’t Persuade a Trump Voter (And 3 Ways You Might)
Damien Gayle: John Redwood says UK is losing sight of Brexit benefits
Joe Mellor: Best reactions as ‘Festival of Brexit’ trends on Twitter
The Davis Downside Dossier
Rafael Behr: Brexit was a typically English revolution – one that left the elites unharmed
Anthea Simmons: Quadruple cheese Brexit whammy
Polly Toynbee: Brexiters are waking up to the damage they’ve done
Lisa O’Carroll: ‘A multiple pile-up in the fog’: wine agent’s fury at Brexit red tape
David Child: ‘Unprecedented exodus’: Why are migrant workers leaving the UK?
Alan Travis: The leave campaign made three key promises – are they keeping them?
Philip Stephens: From Suez to Brexit and back again: Britain’s long search for a role
Joe Mellor: This thread from a business owner sets out grim reality of post-Brexit trade problems
Ed Miliband: It’s now clear this government wants UK workers to have as little power as possible
Anne Applebaum: how my old friends paved the way for Trump and Brexit
John Campbell & Conor Macauley: Brexit: Edwin Poots warns of job losses and food shortages
James Ker-Lindsay: Did the unfounded claim that Turkey was about to join the EU swing the Brexit referendum?
Jonathan Lis: Now is the moment the Leave coalition starts to fragment
Lanre Bakare: Musicians hit out after report UK rejected visa-free EU travel
James Tapper and Toby Helm: NHS counts cost of Christmas in lives and warns worst is yet to come
Molly Lempriere: Has Brexit created higher electricity prices? A look at the impact of decoupling from EUphemia
Sadiq Khan: Many said Trump’s presidency would end this way. But the warnings were ignored
Nick Witney: The great Brexit heist
Tony Connelly: Brexit reality bites: The new dawn of trade friction
Lisa O’Carroll and Jon Henley: Johnson promised tariff-free trade – so why is Brexit reality so different?
Brexit Reality: How’s it looking?
Paul Rogers: COVID-19 disaster is not natural – it was created by UK government ideology
Simon Tisdall: ‘Global Britain’ is willing to trade away everything. Including scruples
Alasdair Sandford: Brexit trade deal: Nine claims by Boris Johnson or his ministers that are untrue
Craig Turp-Balazs: Brexit does not have to mean the end of the UK’s relationship with emerging Europe
Jonathan Lis: In Its Search for Sovereignty, Britain has Defaulted to a Dangerous Sovereign
Tom Scott: The disinformation pandemic
Kenny MacAskill: Why the ‘Nasty Party’ Tories are showing no shame
Max Hastings: How Delusions About World War II Fed Brexit Mania
John Crace: To predict government policy, listen to Boris and wait for the opposite
Cliff Taylor: We know Brexit will cost Ireland – but it brings big opportunities too
Andy Bodle: 69 dumb-fuck reasons for leaving the EU
Katherine Butler: 2021: Football, flights and food: how the EU reshaped Britain
Jonathan Freedland: Could Britain rejoin the EU? It seems like a hopelessly lost cause – but so did leaving
David Edgerton: The one good thing to come out of Brexit: a bonfire of national illusions
Fintan O’Toole: A ridiculous swagger
The Guardian view of Brexit: a tragic national error
Larry Elliott: The left must stop mourning Brexit – and start seeing its huge potential
Jon Henley: View from the EU: Britain ‘taken over by gamblers, liars, clowns and their cheerleaders’
Jane Neville: “Look after our star” says North East for Europe
Ashitha Nagesh: Brexit: Couples therapists’ guide to the break-up
Jonathan Powell: 5 reasons the UK failed in Brexit talks
Liam Byrne: This Brexit deal is a long way from perfect – but Labour is right to vote for it
Why this is a bad Brexit deal – and what we need to do to limit the damage
Charles Grant: Ten reflections on a sovereignty-first Brexit
Andrea Mammone: Can the UK move on from Brexit? As a European, I find that very hard to believe
Moving beyond the UK-EU Trade and Cooperation Agreement
John Lichfield: Never mind Brexit. Britain and France are condemned to work together
Tom Hayes: #Brexit and the story of Paddy’s Two Rules
Nikolaus Blome: Wut statt Wehmut
James Hawes: A brief history of Brexit – all 2,000 years of it
Chris Johns: Can we draw a final line under the sorry mess that was Brexit? Fat chance
Lionising Boris Johnson
Fintan O’Toole: So long, we’ll miss you – we Europeans see how much you’ve helped to shape us
The Observer view on the Brexit trade deal
David Henig: UK-EU Trade Deal Winners and Losers
John Harris: Throughout history Britain’s ruling class has created crisis after crisis – just like now
Helen Davidson: ‘Christmas gift’ or ‘bad timing’? Brexit deal greeted with joy and foreboding around world
Tom Kibasi: At long last we have a Brexit deal – and it’s as bad as you thought
Thomas Spickhofen: Kein anderer hat den Deal so gebraucht
Faisal Islam: What Boris Johnson’s mistake tells us about our future
Marja Makarow: Switzerland was sent into scientific exile. No deal could mean the same for Britain
Jon Henley: World’s media ask how it went so wrong for ‘Plague Island’ Britain
Thomas Scripps: Still no deal in Brexit talks as working class faces catastrophe
Jameson Berkow: Why Canada has the upper hand in pending U.K. trade talks
Patrick Cockburn: Johnson and his government are too incompetent and ignorant to deliver radical change post Brexit
Lisa O’Carroll: Britain not ready for no deal, says Brexit select committee
Tom Peck: As things stand, Brexiteers have got what they always wanted
Fintan O’Toole: Ireland should go along with fiction that UK’s Brexit damage limitation is victory
A gem of a story about Tory corruption from the NY Times
David Oyelowo: Nowhere on Earth has been better at covering up racism than Great Britain
Polly Toynbee: For Boris Johnson, self-interest is always first. That’s why he’ll do a Brexit deal
Lisa O’Carroll: Brexit will hit UK economy like a ‘slow puncture’
Sean O’Grady: Boris Johnson is about to bring back the worst deal in history – it takes a special kind of talent to do that
Giles Tremlett: An EU travel ban for Britons brings home the sad reality of Brexit
Michael Heseltine: Brexit is the worst decision of modern times. Why are its critics in cabinet so silent?
Joe Mayes and Kitty Donaldson: With Tories at His Back, Boris Johnson Can’t Cave In on Brexit
Martin Fletcher: A year on, the UK has paid an appalling price for Boris Johnson’s election victory
Jon Henley: The EU’s red lines were clear in 2016
Aude Martin: UK’s north-south divide will worsen outside the EU
Jonathan Freedland: Britain faces a no-deal crash-out: even ultra-Brexiters said this would be a disaster
John Crace: Mordaunt goes through the looking-glass and down a rabbit hole
Aditya Chakrabortty: Brexit was never a grassroots movement, but an elitist political takeover
The Tory Sovereignty Fetish
Lee Rotherham: Boris must keep the EU at arm’s length – or he’ll regret it
Sean O’Grady: There’s no doubt Brexit will be terrible – but we have to make the best of a bad job
Madeleina Kay: ‘Brexit and Covid-19 left me feeling trapped on this island’
Zoe Williams: We have realised too late the abstract and concrete realities of Brexit can’t be reconciled
George Monbiot: Brexit stems from a civil war in capitalism – we are all just collateral damage
Anand Menon and Jill Rutter: As we close in on a Brexit that pleases next to nobody, how did we end up here?
Yvonne Wancke: “Don’t risk it for a few fish”: demo at Nissan as crunch Brexit talks continue
Jack Peat: Remainers are being blamed for the Brexit mess – good job we kept the receipts
Joe Mayes: The Cost of Failure: What’s at Stake If Brexit Talks Founder
Marina Hyde: Only an idiot would claim the vaccine triumph was a vindication of Brexit
Lisa O’Carroll: Are small businesses really ready for Brexit?
Fact Check: Brexit did not speed up UK vaccine authorisation
Henry Goodwin: ‘Turkeys regret voting for Christmas’: Expats fume at Brexit travel rules
Chris Morris: Brexit: Will the borders be ready?
Polly Toynbee: Boris Johnson will get a deal: but it will be a betrayal of the Brexiters
Ian Dunt and Robert Tombs: Brexit: A Conversation Across the Divide
Nicholas Westcott: A peculiar definition of sovereignty is the root cause of a failed Brexit
Andrew Anthony: Fear and loathing in Dover, where Brexit and Covid meet
Rafael Behr: Johnson looks worn down, but the ‘Boris effect’ may yet return
Luisa Cheshire: Brexit food shortage fears a reality
Ailbhe Rea: How will Labour vote on a possible Brexit deal?
Isabelle Scherer: Vivre à Londres au temps du Brexit
Brexit Reality And The Ship Jumpers
Jamie Doward: British ski workers ‘set to lose seasonal jobs’ after Brexit
The Observer view on the role of ‘global Britain’
Nick Cohen: Invoking a fantasy Winston Churchill won’t help as Brexit becomes grim reality
Aude Martin – Alternatives économiques (Paris) / Harry Bowden: “Global Britain” struggles to materialise
Peter Oborne: How Brexit and Biden fuelled chaos inside Downing Street
Sadie Parker: Ending free movement – the Brexiteer shibboleth that assaults our freedom, prosperity & security
Rafael Behr: It was always lost on Brexiteers – but the EU is fundamentally about peace
George Monbiot: The British government’s first disaster of 2021? A food shortage
Dominic Cummings departure means ‘Brexit sell-out’, says Nigel Farage
The Observer view on the departure of Dominic Cummings
Will Hutton: Is Britain really about to embrace chaos and misery for the sake of Brexit dogma?
Toby Helm and Michael Savage: Nightmare on Downing Street
Aude Martin – Alternatives économiques (Paris): ‘The EU is facing a dilemma from which it will emerge weakened’
Jon Stone: Dominic Cummings: Damaging legacy of ‘unelected bureaucrat’ will take years to undo, says Guy Verhofstadt
Luke McGee: Johnson has mismanaged Covid, Brexit and the economy. Now his inner circle is falling out
The Guardian view on the Downing Street machine: unfit for Brexit
TruePublica Editor: From Broken Britain to Broken Kingdom
Monica Horten: Border safety will be at risk if the UK loses access to vital EU databases
Therese Raphael, Bloomberg: Boris Johnson has a serious Joe Biden problem on Brexit
Rafael Behr: Deal or no deal on Brexit, Boris Johnson’s only care is that no one blames him
Lisa O’Carroll: What does Biden’s win mean for Brexit?
Christopher Pitchers & Efi Koutsokosta: Biden win strengthens EU’s hand in post-Brexit trade deal talks, says German MEP Manfred Weber
Rob Merrick: Brexit: US firms to gain access to Britons’ personal data via Japan trade deal, campaigners warn
Polly Toynbee: With Biden elected, a no-deal Brexit would make Britain a pariah. It can’t happen
Sam McBride: An experienced freight industry figure has said that he is “panicking” over the looming Irish Sea border – which a leaked document reveals will be far harder than admitted.
Jack Peat: Reaction as Priti Patel confirms the end to freedom of movement
Ronan McGreevy, Vivienne Clarke: Biden win should focus British minds on Brexit strategy, says Coveney
Jill Rutter and Anand Menon: Who killed soft Brexit?
Simon Jenkins: Boris Johnson has to stop playing games and agree a deal with Europe
Biden, BoJo, and Brexit
Kenny Campbell: Warnings ignored – so now the best Johnson can do is make things worse
Biden, BoJo, and Brexit
Roger Casale: They come to bury the European Convention on Human Rights, not to praise it
Lisa O’Carroll: UK will struggle to deal with Brexit alongside Covid, says think tank
Katrine Bussey: Brexit will be ‘crisis of UK Government making’, Michael Gove is told
Mark Steel: If Trump loses, it won’t take long for us to wake up to who Boris Johnson really was all along
Sadie Parker: Why we should all care about the betrayal of British farmers
Will de Freitas: The Conversation: Why the UK should stop talking tough on a no-deal Brexit
Denis MacShane: Ten reasons why Boris Johnson will back down and do a deal
Andrew Rawnsley: A Joe Biden White House will have little time and less love for ‘Britain’s Trump’
Daniel Boffey: With the Brexit walkout and sulk over, is the UK on the home straight for a deal?
Martin Kettle: Boris Johnson’s refusal to seek compromise will be his undoing
Alan Hope: UK will lose 37% of foreign investment after Brexit
End of talks ‘hugely concerning’ for farmers
Carissa Véliz: You’ve heard of tax havens. After Brexit, the UK could become a ‘data haven’
Nigel Morris: Johnson steels UK for no-deal Brexit — but EU leaders suspect it’s brinkmanship in trade talks wrangle
Dave Clark with Alice Ritchie in London: Brexit strategy risks UK ‘dictatorship’, says ex-president of supreme court
Gina Miller: Boris Johnson is using the Covid crisis as a pretext for a power grab
William Keegan: Rishi Sunak cannot become a statesman if he remains a Brexiter
Michael E. Burke: Trump’s troubling abandonment of Northern Ireland
Chris Grey: The theatricals of ‘deal or no deal’ are a distraction
Hugo Gye: Britain must abandon EU rules in post-Brexit trade deal with Brussels, Liz Truss claims as she dismisses chlorinated chicken fears
Simon Jack: The battered North East firms not ready for Brexit
Tony Connelly: Brexit: A tangle of high wire deadlines and ultimatums
Kath Dalmeny, Sustain: Government says it has no duty to secure food supplies in a no-deal Brexit (nor any other crisis)
Fay Schopen: The majority of people in Kent voted leave – but not to leave the UK
The Guardian view on new Brexit borders: the price of political fraud
Ronan Cormacain: The United Kingdom Internal Market Bill and Breach of Domestic Law
Benjamin Fox : ‘Profound antagonism’ will follow ‘no deal’ on post-Brexit trade, thinktank warns
Polly Toynbee : Boris Johnson is delaying the inevitable again – and watching as Covid-19 surges
Professor Catherine Barnard : No-deal Brexit: can the UK be trusted?
Rafael Behr: Keir Starmer is refusing to play Downing Street’s game. So far, it’s working
Joe Mellor: Brexit: ‘Britannia has waived the rules’ & lit a ‘bonfire under hard-won rights’
Heather Stewart: Boris Johnson’s Brexit bill straight out of Trump playbook, David Lammy says
Andrew Rawnsley: Why Boris Johnson is constantly surprised when his government fails
William Keegan: Cummings’s state aid is scarcely a substitute for EU trade
Nick Cohen: The meritocracy has had its day. How else to explain the rise of Dido Harding?
Jonathan Freedland: This Brexit government’s ignorance is steering us towards disaster’
Suzanne Lynch: Joe Biden warns Britain the Belfast Agreement cannot become ‘casualty of Brexit’
Rafael Behr: Boris Johnson’s Brexit has always been a swindle. Now Ireland will pay the price
Beth Rigby: What is really behind the PM’s Brexit move?
John Crace Ed Miliband revels in making Boris Johnson look like a second-rate conman
Chris Johns: EU should let Johnson-Cummings Brexit psychodrama play out
Jay Elwes: The self-interested man
Andrew Rawnsley: The escalating delinquency of Boris Johnson and his gang of blue anarchists
Marina Hyde: The Tories’ biggest trick? Convincing the world they have a cunning plan
Tom Kibasi: Brexit is the stage on which Boris Johnson acts out his theatre of provocation
Fintan O’Toole: Boris Johnson’s ‘oven-ready’ Brexit had a secret footnote: we’ll rehash it later
George Monbiot: If you think the UK isn’t corrupt, you haven’t looked hard enough
Ulf Schmidt: Higher education in the UK is morally bankrupt. I’m taking my family and my research millions, and I’m off
Jennifer Rankin: Brexit talks: why the wrangles over state aid?
Rafael Behr: The days could be numbered for Boris Johnson’s Trump tribute act
Zoe Williams: Brexit feeds on discord, so don’t fight it – work to bring down this government
The Observer view on Boris Johnson’s disastrous path to a Covid-19 Brexit
Simon Coveney: itain’s ‘emotional’ nationalism risks a no-deal, Irish foreign minister warns
Martin Kettle: Boris Johnson is floundering, and his majority may not save him