Brexit

Brexit

Brexit: Why It's All Down to Corbyn Now

What the Labour leader does next could decide the game.
Gavin Haynes
13 hours ago
Question Of The Day

How Long Until You'd Die Living Only Off the Food in Your House?

"A day" – person on the street, when we asked them about the possibility of Brexit rations.
Corissa Hollenbeck
15 hours ago
Brexit

By Backing May, Tories Are Proving They're Not the Adults in the Room

They're more than happy to continue a constitutional impasse rather than risk mild social democracy.
Simon Childs
a day ago
PATRIOTISM WATCH

Patriotism Watch: Today Feels Weird, Doesn't It?

A major vote, a major defeat, something about Brexit is happening, but it's not entirely clear what. How to feel. How to feel?
Joel Golby
2 days ago
Brexit

How Theresa May Could Become Parliament’s Zombie Slave

After the Prime Minister's historic defeat, can Parliament take back control of Brexit?
Gavin Haynes
2 days ago
Brexit

What the Brexit Battleground Looked Like Last Night

Outside Parliament, there were lots of signs, lots of shouting, a DJ and a big yellow bus.
VICE Staff
2 days ago
Brexit

Leavers and Remainers Told Us How They Feel About May's Failed Deal

I shook Anna Soubry's hand earlier and said, "Anna, it's very bad that you have been harassed by hooligans, but let's crack on and get Brexit sorted."
Ben Charlie Smoke
2 days ago
Brexit

May Will Lose the Brexit Vote Tonight; Here's What Happens Next

A menu of the various flavours of constitutional crisis to chose from.
Simon Childs
2 days ago
Brexit

Theresa May's Last, Desperate Gasp to Get Her Brexit Deal Through

She's on the verge of a historic defeat, but the Prime Minister gave it all she's got in a remarkably flat speech in Stoke.
Simon Childs
3 days ago
politics

The Week We Met a Wannabe Tommy Robinson in Waiting

James Goddard – the man in the midst of the Anna Soubry shout-gate – is emblematic of all the worst things about the UK's political discourse.
Simon Childs
1.11.19
Brexit

The Only Brexit Update You Need

The government has started war-gaming oblivion.
Gavin Haynes
1.9.19
tv

'Brexit: The Uncivil War' Believes Too Much of Its Own Bullshit

Channel 4's Brexit dramatisation is entertaining enough, but is too infatuated with the idea of an outsider genius changing the course of history.
Oscar Rickett
1.8.19
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