Brexit is the result of an English delusion, a crisis of identity resulting from a failure to come to terms with the loss of empire and the end of its own exceptionalism, argues Cambridge University professor Nicholas Boyle

British Army snatch squad used in riots to grab suspects for interrogation during The Troubles, Northern Ireland. (Photo by Alain Le Garsmeur/Getty Images)

Here’s how to argue with a Brexiter – and win

Here’s how to argue with a Brexiter – and win

David Cameron and Enda Kenny, Irish PM, in Brussels

The Brexit vote expressed white Britain’s nostalgia for a lost sense of greatness.

England’s Last Gasp of Empire

Queen Elizabeth II attends a service for the Order of the British Empire at St Paul's Cathedral on March 2012 in London, England.

UKIP leader got the facts wrong on the UK’s EU budget contribution, free movement and the single market, and Turkey.

UKIP leader got the facts wrong on the UK’s EU budget contribution, free movement and the single market, and Turkey.

Reproduced in full below is a Daily Telegraph article by Jonathan Foreman which was pulled after pressure from Theresa May’s leadership campaign. Theresa May Is A Great Self-Promoter, But A T…

The Article Our Corrupt Home Secretary, Theresa May, Tried To Censor.

Reproduced in full below is a Daily Telegraph article by Jonathan Foreman which was pulled after pressure from Theresa May’s leadership campaign. Theresa May Is A Great Self-Promoter, But A T…

What happened to Britain? It's a question many Europeans are currently asking. I traveled through the country on the search for answers -- and found a deeply divided land.

This autumn, UK's new Cabinet is aiming to introduce across-the-board fiscal stimulus in order to boost economic growth, business activity and job creation via tax breaks and infrastructure spending.

The Observer view on Tory ineptitude on Brexit negotiations

Theresa May, Prime Minister

Why May’s “Bloody Difficult” approach to Brexit Negotiations is so wrong | The Great British Moronathon

Why May’s “Bloody Difficult” approach to Brexit Negotiations is so wrong

Why May’s “Bloody Difficult” approach to Brexit Negotiations is so wrong | The Great British Moronathon

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