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The October EU summit was supposed to be the last chance for a Brexit deal—until it wasn’t.

EU leaders had hoped to make progress on Brexit and migration, but they left the Salzburg summit with little to show for on both fronts.

With the May government deeply divided, it’s the remaining EU-27 who determine the make-up of the future EU-UK relationship.

There‘s much talk about the likely costs of Brexit for British companies. But European businesses would do well readying themselves for impact, too. Paris, …

After a disastrous day in Brussels, Theresa May has three options.

Theresa May is caught between plotters at home and doubters in Europe.

Theresa May’s new plan would only grant the United Kingdom pseudo-independence.

A desperate Theresa May will turn to you for help. You will need to call her bluff.

The UK and the US are taking their time leaving the EU and the Paris climate accords respectively.

One year on from the Brexit vote, the EU’s political landscape is profoundly changed.

After the UK election, the country’s position is as unclear as the future of the prime minister.

British media have painted the EU chief Brexit negotiator as an inflexible ideologue. It’s a caricature few in Brussels recognize.

For Theresa May the UK snap election comes with little political risk, and potentially significant rewards.

Threatening war against Spain over the future of Gibraltar, the Brexiteers’ inflated self-regard has seeped into the military sphere.

The Brexit vote was supposed to reestablish parliamentary sovereignty. It has done the opposite.

Brussels shouldn’t leave Brexit to the British; it’s time for the EU to define its interests.