• 24 Apr 2017

    Emmanuel Macron and Marine Le Pen say the elections are about the future of France and both candidates look to young people to change French politics.

  • 24 Apr 2017

    Natalie Nougayrede, former managing editor of Le Monde and now a columnist for the Guardian, and Simon Kuper, a columnist with the Financial Times.

  • 10 Apr 2017

    With a quarter of French young people unemployed, support for the National Front has doubled among youngsters in five years. Many are attracted by Marine Le Pen’s anti-immigrant and strong nationalist message.

  • 25 Mar 2017

    While Ukip insists it will carry on regardless despite Mr Carswell’s departure – thousands of people have taken to the streets across Europe to celebrate the 60th anniversary of the European Union. Including a march through London protesting against Brexit.

  • 13 Mar 2017

    Article 50: what will the letter say?

    One veteran of the No campaign in 2014 said he thought this time round there should be more made of the “please don’t leave us” emotional stuff that is believed to have helped to tip the balance in the second Quebec referendum.

  • 13 Mar 2017

    What about the other side of the debate? Not so much Britain in Europe, but Europeans in Britain. Some no longer feel welcome. Others feel insecure, uncertain whether there will still be a place for them after Brexit. Worried that  everything they’ve already invested here could suddenly be at risk.  

  • 13 Mar 2017

    Two former cabinet ministers in the last coalition government who take different sides of the Brexit argument: former deputy prime minister, Nick Clegg, and former Northern Ireland secretary, Theresa Villiers.

  • 13 Mar 2017

    In the last half hour, MPs have voted to overturn an amendment which was designed to guarantee the rights of EU nationals living here. Peers had backed it, but the Commons defeated the move by a majority of 48. And then MPs also threw out a second amendment which would have given Parliament a “meaningful…

  • 13 Mar 2017

    This moment could mark not just the beginning of the Brexit process, but the beginning of the end of the United Kingdom. First Minister Nicola Sturgeon says she’s preparing to hold another independence vote, declaring it is the only way to protect Scottish interests after Brexit.

  • 13 Mar 2017

    Nicola Sturgeon calls the Prime Minister’s bluff. As the UK gambles on leaving one union, Scotland’s first minister stakes all on quitting the other.

  • 16 Feb 2017

    Canadian prime minister Justin Trudeau has hailed a controversial trade deal with the EU, saying the world would benefit from a stronger Europe. We speak to Canadian High Commissioner to the UK Janice Charette and Green MP Caroline Lucas.

  • 1 Feb 2017

    It’s all happening as we speak. MPs are voting right now on the bill which will allow the Government to start formal talks leading to the Brexit process.

  • 31 Jan 2017

    Former Swedish prime minister Carl Bildt.

  • 19 Dec 2016

    We speak with Australia’s High Commissioner Alexander Downer, Conservative MP Jacob Rees-Mogg and French political commentator Agnes Poirier about the merits and drawbacks of doing deals in a post-Brexit world.

  • 19 Dec 2016

    If the world’s major institutions are looking distinctly creaky, so too is the European Union, heading for an uncertain future after Brexit. Britain’s hopes of forging new, independent relationships with the rest of the world were given a boost by Australia, whose high commissioner to the UK promised a new trade deal would be reached quickly.