Counting the Cost
Can the World Economic Forum - or new President Trump - make a difference to the growing global wealth imbalance?
by Inside Story
by Neave Barker
Brexit09 Jan 2017 19:03 GMT
Sterling at $1.21, its lowest since 1985, after prime minister says UK will not hold on to "bits of EU membership".
Europe08 Jan 2017 07:35 GMT
From unsuccessful trade policies to a civil service in chaos, Britain is far from ready for Brexit.
Politics05 Jan 2017 05:23 GMT
The unexpected resignation of Ivan Rogers came just weeks before the Brexit negotiations were to start.
Brexit04 Jan 2017 06:02 GMT
Ivan Rogers abruptly resigns three months before the UK begins negotiations to leave the bloc.
Brexit07 Dec 2016 17:53 GMT
Rival protesters trade barbs as country's judges listen to government's case on triggering move to leave EU.
Politics07 Dec 2016 11:33 GMT
It is vital to see protest votes under economic pressure but not to the extent that ignores other motivating forces.
Brexit02 Dec 2016 17:12 GMT
Liberal Democrat Sarah Olney overturns huge majority to beat Zac Goldsmith, pro-Brexit former London mayoral candidate.
Brexit15 Nov 2016 09:22 GMT
Leaked memo, prepared by a consultant, allegedly shows that British government has no formal strategy for Brexit.
Brexit07 Nov 2016 11:43 GMT
May played the prerogative powers card to gain political advantage and push for a "softer" Brexit.
Brexit04 Nov 2016 18:39 GMT
MP resignation, tabloid anger, and angry hashtags, a day after judges rule Brexit needs parliamentary approval.
United Kingdom04 Nov 2016 08:18 GMT
Widely used word to describe Britain's withdrawal from EU was a 'gift to headline writers everywhere,' says Collins.
United Kingdom03 Nov 2016 12:32 GMT
High Court says government cannot implement country's exit from European Union without parliament's approval.
Brexit30 Oct 2016 08:49 GMT
Brexiteers underestimate the level of spite European negotiators are willing to display.
The Listening Post16 Oct 2016 14:51 GMT
Are we living in a post-fact world where audiences are happier to bask in constructs of their own acceptable realities?
United Kingdom08 Oct 2016 20:20 GMT
The Foreign Office has told the LSE that non-UK academics should not do advisory work for the government on Brexit.
by Alastair Sloan
by Rachel Shabi
by Richard Seymour
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