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Brexit
01 | Agosto | 2019

Depois de acordada uma extensão de 6 meses ao prazo para a saída da EU com acordo até 31 de Outubro, o Reino Unido continua dividido quanto ao Brexit e os dasafios à política nacional intensificaram-se com a corrida ao cargo para Primeiro Ministro após o pedido de demissão de Theresa May.

 



Recursos
| Opiniões & Análises | Editoriais | Notícias

 

Recursos
Deal or No Deal: What to Know About Brexit Under Boris Johnson [23/07/2019]
Richard Pérez-Peña, New York Times

The Brexit culture war in numbers [16/04/2019]
Tom McTague, Politico

UK’s Brexit options — an illustrated guide [30/03/2019]
James Randerson & Hanne Cokelaere, Politico

Brexit ou «plan B»: que peut-il se passer après le vote des députés sur l’accord de sortie de l’UE? [14/01/2019]
Pierre Breteau, Le Monde

Brexit: All you need to know about the UK leaving the EU [26/11/2018]
Alex Hunt & Brian Wheeler, BBC News

Withdrawal Agreement and Political Declaration [25/11/2018]
Department for Exiting the European Union

De 2016 à 2021, le laborieux parcours du Brexit en quinze dates [25/11/2018]
Le Monde

Theresa May's draft Brexit deal: what is it and what happens next? [14/11/2018]
Kate Lyons, The Guardian

The EU's response to Brexit
European Council

 

Opiniões & Análises
The Tories have become the Brexit party [01/08/2019]
Philip Stephens, Financial Times

The Two Jacobs [01/08/2019]
James Meek, London Review of Books

Why Leaving the EU Could Mean Britain Loses Scotland [01/08/2019]
Elliot Ross, The Atlantic

No-deal Brexit was once a sick Tory joke. Now it’s serious [29/07/2019]
Simon Jenkins, The Guardian

A post-Brexit ‘Boris boom’? Stimulus, the pound beating expectations and a possible EU deal may make it happen [29/07/2019]
David Brown, SCMP

The EU must prepare for a no-deal Brexit [28/07/2019]
Wolfgang Münchau, Financial Times

Can Boris Johnson Survive Contact With Brexit Reality? [24/07/2019]
Aleks Eror, World Politics Review

Brexit and the left [23/07/2019]
Neal Lawson, Social Europe

Boris Johnson Is How Britain Ends [22/07/2019]
James Butler, The New York Times

We need the ‘can do’ spirit of 1960s America to help us get out of the EU [21/07/2019]
Boris Johnson, Daily Telegraph

Johnson’s threat to British soft power [18/07/2019]
Gordon Brown, The Daily Star

Brexit: wisdom of crowds proves effective predictor of Britain’s chaotic EU departure [17/07/2019]
Aleks Berditchevskaia & Kathy Peach, The Conversation

Brexit is at an impasse — so let the people decide its fate [16/07/2019]
Margaret Beckett & Dominic Grieve, The Evening Standard

What Is Wrong With Us? [10/07/2019]
Rory Stewart, New Statesman

Royaume-Uni: cap sur le Brexit dur! [05/07/2019]
Frédérique Berrod, The Conversation

No-deal Brexit is a tripwire into economic chaos [05/07/2019]
Carolyn Fairbairn, Financial Times

The insecurity of a new no-deal Brexit Prime Minister [02/07/2019]
Helena Farrand Carrapico, Jocelyn Mawdsley & Richard G. Whitman, LSE Blog

Where Brexit goes, the law shall follow [25/06/2019]
Rebecca Christie, Bruegel

A Brexit Prime Minister Must Offer More Than Glib Slogans [20/06/2019]
Chris Giles, Financial Times

Why a No Deal Brexit Is Now Most Likely [18/06/2019]
Ivan Rogers, Spectator

Boris Johnson is a threat to democracy itself [18/06/2019]
Simon Wren-Lewis, New Statesman

Britain’s Labour Party Has Tried to Appeal to Everyone on Brexit—and Failed [04/06/2019]
Aleks Eror, World Politics Review

Britain Now Confronts a Lost Decade [31/05/2019]
Philip Stephens, Financial Times

Northern Ireland and the backstop: Why 'alternative arrangements' aren't an alternative [29/05/2019]
Sam Lowe, CER

How ambiguity on Brexit is hurting Britain’s main political parties [28/05/2019]
Ryan Bourne, Washington Post

The EU election changes nothing. May’s deal is still the only way forward [27/05/2019]
Simon Jenkins, The Guardian

A second referendum is a bad option for Labour. But it may be the only one left [27/05/2019]
Owen Jones, The Guardian

Corbynism is now in crisis: the only way forward is to oppose Brexit [27/05/2019]
Paul Mason, The Guardian

Theresa May’s Successor May Be Just as Doomed [24/05/2019]
Owen Matthews, Foreign Policy

May Leaves, But Brexit Remains [24/05/2019]
Thomas Raines, Chatham House

The Milkshake Party manifesto [21/05/2019]
Otto English, Politico

Britain divides but doesn’t rule [15/05/2019]
Paul Taylor, Politico

Both Labour and the Tories have gone awol on Brexit [12/05/2019]
Matthew d’Ancona, The Guardian

A Backroom Stitch-Up Won't Solve Brexit [07/05/2019]
Rachel Sylvester, Times of London

Brexit Is Killing the Special Relationship [02/05/2019]
Stephen Paduano, Foreign Policy

Northern Ireland’s peace was already in trouble. Brexit is making things harder to fix. [01/05/2019]
Kimberly Cowell-Meyers, Carolyn Gallaher, Washington Post

Ultra-Remainers Could Score a Massive Own Goal on Brexit [01/05/2019]
Owen Jones, The Guardian

Finding the Real Will of the People [30/04/2019]
Charlene Rohr & Jonathan Grant, RAND

The Spies Who Came in from the Continent [27/04/2019]
Calder Walton, Foreign Policy

Post-Brexit immigration policy that shuts out low-skilled migrants won’t suit anyone [25/04/2019]
Heather Rolfe, The Conversation

Brexit extension: how much will it actually cost the UK to leave the EU? [17/04/2019]
Jonathan Perraton, The Conversation

Brexit des Anglais: pourquoi l’Europe ne peut pas dire « c’est leur problème»? [13/04/2019]
Michel Ghazal, Contrepoints

How things could turn ugly with Brexit [11/04/2019]
Sebastian Mallaby, Washington Post

Brexit extended to October 31: why the EU chose a six-month reprieve for its awkward partner [11/04/2019]
Nieves Perez-Solorzano, The Conversation

Brexit Identities [10/04/2019]
Andrés Velasco, Project Syndicate

Brexit and the harsh reality of any further Article 50 extension [09/04/2019]
David Allen Green, Financial Times

Brexit is just one front in Europe’s battle for its soul [09/04/2019]
Timothy Garton Ash, The Guardian

Why Jeremy Corbyn secretly hopes his Brexit talks with Theresa May will fail [09/04/2019]
Craig Berry, The Conversation

Strong and stable? Britons want a new leader who is willing to break the rules, poll says. [08/04/2019]
Jennifer Hassan & Rick Noack, Washington Post

A long Brexit extension offers a chance to think again [04/04/2019]
Martin Wolf, Financial Times

The value of the customs union to the UK is overrated [04/04/2019]
Larry Elliott, The Guardian

Brexit, Ireland and the Failure of the European Idea [04/04/2019]
Jochen Bittner, New York Times

The road to Brexit: how did the UK end up here? [04/04/2019]
Christopher Fear, The Conversation

Goodbye EU, and goodbye the United Kingdom [04/04/2019]
Philip Stephens, Financial Times

Why, as a Former Remainer, I'd Now Back Leaving EU [03/04/2019]
Piers Morgan, The Spectator

What the Brexit Mess Means for America [03/04/2019]
Paul R. Pillar, National Interest

Could Macron knock Britain out of the EU next week? [03/04/2019]
John Lichfield, The Guardian

The United Kingdom Has Gone Mad [03/04/2019]
Thomas Friedman, New York Times

Theresa May Crosses the Rubicon [03/04/2019]
Robert Peston, Spectator

Theresa May Clearly Thinks Jeremy Corbyn Is Stupid [03/04/2019]
Sean O'Grady, Independent

Theresa May Tears Up Her Red Lines [03/04/2019]
Paul Goodman, Conservative Home

Theresa May was warned about Brexit. She didn’t listen. [02/04/2019]
Anne Applebaum, Washington Post

Le Brexit, une tragicomédie sans issue [02/04/2019]
Dominique Moïsi, Les Echos

Remainers, take note: Much of Europe just wants to excise the British cancer [01/04/2019]
Charles Grant, The Guardian

Britain’s Crisis Isn’t Constitutional. It’s Political. [01/04/2019]
Vernon Bogdanor, Foreign Policy

En finir avec le Brexit grâce aux élections européennes [01/04/2019]
Julien Damon, Le Point

British House Speaker Bercow on His Brexit Role [01/04/2019]
Interview to John Bercow, Der Spiegel

Brexit’s Endgame [01/04/2019]
Peter Kellner, Carnegie Europe

Brexit is no game. But that’s how Tories are treating the indicative votes [01/04/2019]
Barry Gardiner, The Guardian

The Empire Strikes Back: Brexit, History and the Decline of Global Britain [03/2019]
Eoin Drea, Martens Centre

EU has little appetite for another Brexit extension [31/03/2019]
Wolfgang Münchau, Financial Times

Give the people a final say: the case for a referendum is far stronger than in 2016 [31/03/2019]
Matthew d’Ancona, The Guardian

The UK needs a year-long extension on Brexit – to really take back control [30/03/2019]
Gordon Brown, The Guardian

Ireland Faces Tense Week Over Brexit Border Plans [30/03/2019]
Cliff Taylor, Irish Times

Leave vs. Remain caricatures have only added to Brexit’s messiness [30/03/2019]
Megan McArdle, Washington Post

The cost of Brexit to December 2018: Towards relative decline? [30/03/2019]
John Springford, CER

El Brexit y la obsesión de ser una isla [30/03/2019]
Rafa de Miguel, El País

The Irish Border Is a Scar [30/03/2019]
Patrick Radden Keefe, New York Times

The Brexit Hour Has Come [29/03/2019]
Chris Patten, Project Syndicate

Theresa May’s Third Brexit Loss Closes More Doors [29/03/2019]
Amy Davidson Sorkin, New Yorker

Theresa May loses another Brexit vote: here’s why April 12 is now the key date to watch [29/03/2019]
Kenneth Armstrong, The Conversation

The Guilty Men and Women of the UK's National Debacle [29/03/2019]
Anthony Seldon, New Statesman

Brexit indicative votes: what happens next? [28/03/2019]
Chris Stafford, The Conversation

What the Withdrawal 'Separation' Means For Brexit [28/03/2019]
Tom Kibasi, The Guardian

How Theresa May's greatest victory in Europe sowed the seeds of her Brexit defeat [28/03/2019]
James Crisp, Telegraph

Brexit: what a delay means for EU citizens and the settled status scheme [28/03/2019]
Egle Dagilyte, The Conversation

Brexit Fever is Breaking [28/03/2019]
Anatole Kaletsky, Project Syndicate

How Brexit brought Britain’s constitution to the brink [27/03/2019]
Matthew Cole, The Conversation

How the UK lost Brexit battle [27/03/2019]
Tom McTague, Politico

MPs Reject Every Brexit Option - What Next? [27/03/2019]
Katy Balls, Spectator

May’s exit won’t halt Britain’s slow drift into a kind of Brexit civil war [27/03/2019]
Martin Kettle, The Guardian

LBJ’s Harsh Lessons for Theresa May [27/03/2019]
John M. Roberts, Atlantic Council

Brexit Q+A: Theresa May offers to stand down as British prime minister, but there’s a catch [27/03/2019]
Tom Quinn, The Conversation

Let the People Decide on Brexit [26/03/2019]
Hans-Werner Sinn, Project Syndicate

Revoke Brexit? Don’t Hold Your Breath [25/03/2019]
Therese Raphael, Bllooomberg

Rethinking Brexit is the only way forward [23/03/2019]
Fred Kempe, CNBC

Why I am marching against Brexit today [23/03/2019]
Andrew Adonis, The Guardian

Brexit and the Speaker’s Tale [22/03/2019]
Marion Turner, Project Syndicate

The Brexit farce is about to turn to tragedy [22/03/2019]
Robert Cooper, Financial Times

Brexit deadline extended: why Brussels chose these dates and what happens now [22/03/2019]
Nieves Perez-Solorzano, The Conversation

Britain is in a hole – Europe, we need you to dig us out [20/03/2019]
Timothy Garton Ash, The Guardian

The EU should insist on a long extension [20/03/2019]
Nicolai von Ondarza, SWP

How Second Thatcherite Revolution Could Follow Brexit Crisis [20/03/2019]
David Miliband, New Statesman

The Brexit Bind [18/03/2019]
Edward Lucas, CEPA

No deal, no border [17/03/2019]
Sam Lowe, The Business Post

Brexit: Britain’s Commonwealth pivot is nothing new [15/03/2019]
Andrew Dougall, The Interpreter

Brexit: The Essential (and Depressing) Dynamics of Theresa May’s Parliament [15/03/2019]
Peter Kellner, Carnegie Europe

The Great Realignment of Britain [14/03/2019]
David Frum, The Atlantic

MPs vote against no-deal Brexit – but what does that actually mean? [14/03/2019]
Christoph Meyer, The Conversation

Europe Without the UK: Liberated or Diminished? [13/03/2019]
Sophia Besch, et. al., CER

MPs vote against no-deal Brexit – but what does that actually mean? [13/03/2019]
Christoph Meyer, The Conversation

Brexiteers Never Wanted Brexit to Begin With [13/03/2019]
Stephen Paduano, Foreign Policy

Britain's political system is at the breaking point [13/03/2019]
Jon Worth, Al Jazeera

Brexit Britain’s weakness exposed in US trade deal documents [12/03/2019]
Michael Plouffe, The Conversation

The case for no-deal Brexit [12/03/2019]
Michael Northcott, Politico

Whither Brexit? [03/2019]
Quentin Peel, Associate Fellow, Chatham House

The Brexit Endgame: A Visual Guide [08/03/2019]
Amy Davidson Sorkin, New Yorker

Don’t worry, Labour’s position hasn’t really changed – a second referendum is still firmly on the cards [07/03/2019]
Sean O'Grady, The Independent

Brexit is not a retreat into isolationism – survey suggests public remains committed to global security role [07/03/2019]
Thomas Scotto, Jason Reifler &Timothy B. Gravelle, The Conversation

EU should offer UK two Brexit options [06/03/2019]
Martin Sandbu, Financial Times

How Brexit will save Britain [05/03/2019]
Otto English, Politico

Is There an Upside to Brexit? [04/03/2019]
Jochen Bittner, New York Times

Brexit delay: what it would take for the EU to agree article 50 extension [01/03/2019]
Hussein Kassim, The Conversation

Theresa May has been forced to move on Brexit — now MPs must keep pushing [28/02/2019]
Matthew D'Ancona, The Evening Standard

A second Brexit vote will destroy what little trust is left in British politics [28/02/2019]
Ella Whelan, Irish Times

A ‘clean’ Brexit doesn’t exist. May finally admits it now [27/02/2019]
Rafael Behr, The Guardian

Rationality may prevail with a new Brexit vote [26/02/2019]
Scot Lehigh, Boston Globe

Jeremy Corbyn’s Brexit betrayal Is Complete [26/02/2019]
Brendan O'Neill, Spectator

Extending Article 50: One step too far for the EU? [26/02/2019]
Larissa Brunner & Fabian Zuleeg, EPC

Why Corbyn’s second referendum announcement changes everything – even if he’s still lukewarm [26/02/2019]
Andy Price, The Conversation

May Keeps Everybody Locked in Brexit Purgatory [26/02/2019]
Therese Raphael, Bloomberg

Cautious welcome in the Dáil for Brexit Apocalypse Bill [26/02/2019]
Miriam Lord, Irish Times

Brexit Backtracking [26/02/2019]
John M. Roberts, Atlantic Council

The economic effects of Brexit in the “Campo de Gibraltar”: an econometric approach [26/02/2019]
Luis Galiano Bastarrica, Elcano

Brexit endgame: One month out with no clarity in sight [25/02/2019]
Amanda Sloat, Brookings Institution

The EU 27 Are Not Ready For No-Deal Brexit [25/02/2019]
Pieter Cleppe, Spectator

On Loathing Rees-Mogg [21/02/2019]
Nicholas Spice, London Review of Books

Brexit’s Lost World [20/02/2019]
Ngaire Woods, Project Syndicate

Brexit Betrays Margaret Thatcher’s Carmaking Legacy [20/02/2019]
John Gapper, Financial Times

Brexit Briefing: What is Really Going On? [14/02/2019]
Richard Chew, Atlantic Council

May's Brexit Defeat Splits Parties and Could Prompt a Constitutional Revolution in Britain [14/02/2019]
John M. Roberts, Atlantic Council

Extending Article 50: Brussels Geopolitical Play [02/2019]
Alan Riley, CIDOB

Taking Back Control? The UK Parliament and the Brexit Withdrawal Negotiations [12/02/2019]
Tim Oliver, IAI

Brexit poll: British public thinks the EU has been harsh in negotiations [12/02/2019]
Sarah Wolff, Javier Sajuria & Tim Bale, The Conversation

A no-deal Brexit spells trouble for Emmanuel Macron [12/02/2019]
John Keiger, Spectator

The Nine Levels of Brexit Hell [09/02/2019]
James Bloodworth, Foreign Policy

The sighs have it [06/02/2019]
James O’Brien, The Times Literary Supplement

Can the UK extend the brexit deadline? [06/02/2019]
Agata Gostyńska-Jakubowska, CER

A Blind Brexit Will Simply Prolong the Agony [05/02/2019]
Tony Blair,The Guardian

Another Brexit referendum would be the EU’s worst nightmare [05/02/2019]
Jean Quatremer, The Guardian

Parliament voted to get a Brexit deal done now. So let’s make it happen [05/02/2019]
Caroline Flint, The Guardian

Brexit has been driven by England’s nostalgia for an imagined past [04/02/2019]
Michael Goldfarb, The National

Brexit: The collective madness behind Britain’s plan [01/02/2019]
Ian Dunt, Washington Post

Humiliated but Unrepentant, what Next for Theresa May? [01/2019]
Francis Ghilès, CIDOB

The three problems with changing the Brexit backstop [30/01/2019]
Robert Peston, The Spectator

Europe Needs to Show Britain the Door [30/01/2019]
Judy Dempsey, Washington Post

Los efectos del repliegue europeo [30/01/2019]
Pol Morillas, El País

MPs have voted for a fantasy. It’s an indictment of our entire political class [30/01/2019]

Jonathan Freedland, The Guardian

The Cooper amendment’s failure is a setback for the MPs pushing for a softer Brexit [29/01/2019]
Katy Balls, Spectator

A New Way Forward for Brexit? [29/01/2019]
David A. Wemer, Atlantic Council

May thinks she’s won. But the reality of Brexit will soon hit her again [29/01/2019] 
Rafael Behr, The Guardian

Welcome to the New Britain, Where Every Week Is Hell [28/01/2019]
Yasmeen Serhan, The Atlantic

Brexiters Never Had a Real Exit Plan [26/01/2019]
Nick Cohen, Guardian

Brexit, le coût exorbitant du scénario de la sortie sans accord [24/01/2019]
Vincent Vicard, La Tribune

Why a no-deal Brexit would be less costly for the EU than the UK [24/01/2019]
Agelos Delis, Karen Jackson & Oleksandr Shepotylo, The Conversation

Brexit and public opinion 2019 [01/2019]
AA.VV., UK in a Changing Europe

England Has Not Gone Mad [23/01/2019]
John Lloyd, Irish Times

A Trucker’s Guide to Post-Brexit Disruption [23/01/2019]
Chris Giles, Financial Times

What is driving this chaos? I’ll tell you. The EU is determined to punish us. [23/01/2019]
Daniel Hannan, Conservative Home

Brexit disorder: Corbyn and May [22/01/2019]
José Ignacio Torreblanca, ECFR

Brexit Demands a New British Politics [22/01/2019]
Guy Verhofstadt, Project Syndicate

How Brussels blew Brexit [21/01/2019]
Bruno Maçães, Politico

Brexit, le coût exorbitant du scénario de la sortie sans accord [20/01/2019]
Vincent Vicard, The Conversation

It was never about Europe. Brexit is Britain’s reckoning with itself [18/01/2019]
Fintan O'Toole, The Guardian

Bracing for Brexit: Could ‘no deal’ chaos spread to Germany? [18/01/2019]
Almut Möller, ECFR

Brexit at the crossroads [17/01/2019]
Anna Vilovatykh , RISS

What the Brexit Shambles Says About the State of British Democracy [17/01/2019]
Rosa Balfour, German Marshall Fund

The EU-27 must make a magnanimous gesture, and Brits must vote again [17/01/2019]
Andreas Kluth, Handelsblatt

A “No Deal” Brexit Is Best for Britain and the United States [17/01/2019]
Nile Gardiner, The Heritage Foundation

A semi-Brexit, with just England and Wales leaving the EU, is the solution [17/01/2019]
Kim Lane Scheppele, Foreign Policy

Brexit Showdown [16/01/2019]
Peter Kellner, Carnegie Europe

There’s Officially Nobody in Charge of Britain [16/01/2019]
Stephen Paduano, Foreign Policy

Brexit: Can Parliament Take Control? [16/01/2019]
Brendan Donnelly, The Federal Trust

After this staggering defeat for May, our country is left lost and adrift [15/01/2019]
Jonathan Freedland, Guardian

Theresa May, Britain’s Kafkaesque Prime Minister [15/01/2019]
Tom Whyman, The New York Times

A polite request from Europe: wake us up when you know what you want from Brexit [15/01/2019]
Joris Luyendijk, The Guardian

A Nation Bored of Brexit Risks Sleepwalking Into Disaster [14/01/2019]
John Harris, The Guardian

The Implications of No-Deal Brexit: Is The European Union Prepared? [14/01/2019]
Guntram B. Wolff, Bruegel

Britain's Economic Future Depends On Brexit [14/01/2019]
Salvatore Babones, The National Interest

Brexiters’ delusions on trade die hard [14/01/2019]
Gideon Rachman, Financial Times

Brexit: what are Theresa May’s options for a ‘plan B’? [14/01/2019]
Christopher Kirkland, The Conversation

With 75 days to Brexit, our future's on the line [13/01/2019]
Dan O'Brien, Irish Independent

From the Brexity bunch to hardline outsiders: A guide to the Tory cabinet factions [12/01/2019]
John Rentoul, The Independent

Brexit: parliament ties Theresa May in knots ahead of vote [09/01/2019]
Chris Stafford, The Conversation

Brexit's Impact on Europe's East [09/01/2019]
Janusz Bugajski, Center for European Policy Analysis

What’s Worse Than Brexit? This. [09/01/2019]
Rachel Rizzo, Politico

Brexit: The Uncivil War – what it told us, and what it didn’t [09/01/2019]
Charlotte O'Brien, The Conversation

Our Day Will Come: The Inevitability of Irish Unification as Brexit Approaches [07/01/2019]
Parker Ennis, Oxford University Politics Blog

Britain Needs a Brexit Insurance Plan [04/01/2019]
Jochen Bittner, The New York Times

Beware the clever lie of a 'clean break Brexit' [04/01/2019]
David Shariatmadari, The Guardian

Remainers are wrong to think the world hates Britain for seeking independence [04/01/2019]
Charles Moore, Telegraph

Britain clings to imperial nostalgia as Brexit looms [04/01/2019]
Ishaan Tharoor, Washington Post

Labour’s ambiguous Brexit stance is now untenable [03/01/2019]
John Mcternan, Financial Times

Decision time on Brexit for the UK [03/01/2019]
Cal Thomas, Fox News

May has run down the Brexit clock. It must be stopped [02/01/2019]
Chi Onwurah, The Guardian

Five Brexit myths that will be exposed next year [28/12/2018]
Matthew Lynn, Spectator

Brexit Britain Will Be Just Fine [27/12/2018]
Quentin Letts, Politico EU

The Sum of All Brexit Fears [27/12/2018]
Chris Patten, Project Syndicate

Theresa May should be grateful for Brexit – it's obscured her weak domestic agenda and the ongoing effects of austerity [26/12/2018]
Andrew Grice, The Independent

Turning Brexit Into a Celebration of Democracy [26/12/2018]
Yanis Varoufakis, Project Syndicate

Sacrificing Peace in Northern Ireland Is Not Acceptable Price for Brexit [20/12/2018]
Amanda Sloat, The Washington Post

As Brexit Deadline Beckons, Few Signs of Change in British Attitudes [20/12/2018]
Matthew Goodwin, Chatham House

No-deal Brexit is a national disaster. It is every politician’s job to avert it [19/12/2018]
Jonathan Freedland, The Guardian

A question of sovereignty: on the (im)possibility of Brexit [18/12/2018]
Adam Standring, SPERI

La política no sabe resolver el Brexit [18/12/2018]
Andrés Ortega, Elcano

Brexit Is Destroying Britain’s Constitution [18/12/2018]
Garvan Walshe, Foreign Policy

A rightwing cult is driving Brexit Britain towards the cliff-edge [17/12/2018]
Polly Toynbee, The Guardian

A people’s vote on Brexit was a distant hope. Last week changed that [16/12/2018]
Matthew d'Ancona, The Guardian

Ireland may face very uncomfortable choices in a no-deal Brexit [15/12/2018]
Cliff Taylor, Irish Times

Las vías de escape de May [15/12/2018]
Rafa De Miguel, El País

Decent middle England should reassert itself over Brexit [15/12/2018]
Stephen Collins, Irish Times

Will We Really Abandon Brexit Over a Mars Bar Shortage? [15/12/2018]
Boris Johnson, Spectator

Lecciones europeas frente al populismo [14/12/2018]
Carlos Carner, El País

Por qué sigue habiendo tantos británicos a favor del Brexit [14/12/2018]
Federico Steinberg, Elcano

My message to Europe: tell us you want Britain to stay [13/12/2018]
Timothy Garton Ash, Guardian

Brexit Britain: Small, Boring and Stupid [13/12/2018]
Ryan Heath, Politico

Theresa May Is Determined—and Doomed [13/12/2018]
Rosa Prince, The New York Times

Brexit: What Brexit? [13/12/2018]
Peter Kellner, Carnegie Europe

The bright side of Britain's Brexit chaos [12/12/2018]
Sebastian Mallaby, The Washington Post

Brexit endgame: Theresa May’s terrible, horrible, no good, very bad week [12/12/2018]
Amanda Sloat, Brookings

Britain's Brexit chaos: On the road to nowhere [10/12/2018]
James Hargrave, Washington Examiner

Brexit? Britain’s divides run far deeper than that [10/12/2018]
John Harris, The Guardian

No Brexit, No Exit From Brexit, and Nobody’s in Charge [10/12/2018]
Glen O'hara, Foreign Policy

The country will pay the price for May’s Brexit vote delay [10/12/2018]
Jonathan Freedland, The Guardian

Jeremy Corbyn, your fellow European socialists need you in the EU [10/12/2018]
George Papandreou and 68 others, The Guardian

Brexit Brawl Hurts Britain's Reputation [09/12/2018]
Ruth Sunderland, Daily Mail

Another Brexit referendum is a terrible idea [07/12/2018]
John Lloyd, Reuters

Brexit : «“Le vote du jugement dernier”» aura lieu le 11 décembre» [07/12/2018]
Patrick Le Galès, Le Monde

May’s Brexit deal ignores Leavers’ real grievance [07/12/2018]
Paul Wallace, Reuters

If Brexit Is Blocked, Will It Ever Be Worth Voting Again? [06/12/2018]
Douglas Murray, Spectator

Brexit and services: How deep can the UK-EU relationship go? [06/12/2018]
Sam Lowe, CER

Brexit Reveals the Hollowing Out of Britishness [05/12/2018]
Mark Hutchinson, Irish Times

Friends without benefits? Britain and the EU’s foreign and security policy [05/12/2018]
Andre Barrinha, University of Bath

Brexit Is Falling Apart — Slowly [05/12/2018]
Owen Matthews, Foreign Policy

Who is behind the push for a post-Brexit free trade deal with the US? [04/12/2018]
Felicity Lawrence, The Guardian

Brexit: From revelation to re-accession [04/12/2018]
Andrew Duff, European Policy Centre

Theresa May's Betrayal of Britain [04/12/2018]
Mervyn King, Bloomberg

The far right will try to exploit any Brexit outcome. We can’t let it happen [28/11/2018]
Owen Jones, The Guardian

Blame Brexit not Mrs May [28/11/2018]
Brendan Donnelly, The Federal Trust

Europe’s door is still open – but Britain will have to move fast [27/11/2018]
Timothy Garton Ash, The Guardian

Only the ‘Norway Plus’ plan can save Brexit [27/11/2018]
Nicholas Boles, Financial Times

Yes, Donald Trump is talking perfect sense on May’s Brexit deal [27/11/2018]
Peter Mandelson, The Guardian

Watching Britain’s Influence Shrink in Real Time [27/11/2018]
Yasmeen Serhan, The Atlantic

Brexit, lessons in negotiations for the European Union [26/11/2018]
Eric Maurice, Robert Schuman

The Brexit 'Future Relationship': not a deal, but a half-blind date [26/11/2018]
Michael Emerson, CEPS

Do not assume the UK will avoid a no-deal Brexit [26/11/2018]
Robert Shrimsley, Financial Times

Theresa May is gaslighting a nation with her Brexit deal mantra [26/11/2018]
Andy Price, The Conversation

Loss adjustment: European politics realigns for Brexit [26/11/2018]
Josef Janning, ECFR

Markets Won’t Come to the Rescue In a Brexit Crisis [26/11/2018]
Mark Gilbert, Bloomberg

May’s Brexit deal quietly gambles with our rights at work [26/11/2018]
Jason Moyer-Lee, The Guardian 

Whoever Brexit, owns it (the new Pottery Barn rule) [26/11/2018]
Andreas Kluth, Handelsblatt Global

Why Donald Trump thinks the Brexit deal is no good for US-UK trade [26/11/2018]
Freddy Gray, The Spectator

May’s Big Gamble: Everybody Is Bored of Brexit [26/11/2018]
Therese Raphael, Bloomberg

Can the UK cancel Brexit? We’re about to find out [24/11/2018]
Charles Day, The Spectator

Something’s Gotta Give: España ante el Consejo Europeo del Brexit [23/11/2018]
Salvador Llaudes, Ignacio Molina, Miguel Otero-Iglesias & Federico Steinberg, Elcano

We’re heading for a second referendum – and maybe a third [23/11/2018]
Vernon Bogdanor, The Guardian

Just as sovereignty eluded Quebec, the dream of the Brexiters is slipping from their grasp [23/11/2018]
John Rapley, Globe And Mail

Gibraltar is ours as long as citizens vote to be British and the Spanish ‘have no greater claim than they do on Portugal’ after Brexit [23/11/2018]
Rod Liddle, The Sun

Brexit and the Global Economy [22/11/2018]
Mohamed A. El-Erian, Project Syndicate

The Brexit road to Britain’s national collapse [22/11/2018]
Philip Stephens, Financial Times

What The EU Really Thinks About Brexit [22/11/2018]
Denis McShane, Social Europe

The EU's Brexit deal histrionics are great theatre. But it doesn't mean Theresa May has won [22/11/2018]
Asa Bennett, The Telegraph

The Odds on Brexit Not Happening are Shortening [21/11/2018]
Peter Westmacott, Atlantic Council

Britain will go back into the European club. History proves it [21/11/2018]
Simon Jenkins, The Guardian

Brexit: « Comme le boxeur qui résiste sous une pluie de coups, Theresa May garde le cap» [21/11/2018]
Sylvie Kauffmann, Le Monde

Is a “No Deal” Brexit Still Avoidable? [20/11/2018]
Henry Farrell, Foreign Affairs

Brexit provides Ireland with a commercial opportunity [20/11/2018]
David McWilliams 

Brexit shows why CEOs cannot be political leaders [20/11/2018]
Michael Skapinker, Financial Times

Will the Tories Sacrifice Theresa May to Survive? [19/11/2018]
Garvan Walshe, Foreign Policy

The Brexit withdrawal agreement [19/11/2018]
Silvia Merler, Bruegel

Brexit is a class betrayal. So why is Labour colluding in it? [19/11/2018]
John Harris, The Guardian

Generations to come will not forgive us. It is time for a second referendum [18/11/2018]
Michael Heseltine, The Guardian 

Europe’s door is still open – but Britain will have to move fast [17/11/2018]
Timothy Garton Ash, The Guardian

Theresa May’s deal is almost exactly the Brexit the UK voted for [16/11/2018]
Craig Berry, The Conversation 

In Brexit Negotiations, Both Sides Have Now Compromised [16/11/2018]
Georgina Wright, Chatham House

What Happens if Parliament Rejects May's Brexit Deal? [16/11/2018]
Charles Grant, CER

The paranoid fantasy behind Brexit [16/11/2018]
Fintan O'Toole, The Guardian

 Brexit and Broken Promises [16/11/2018]
Peter Hall, Foreign Affairs

Brexit Deal Gives Everyone Something to Hate [15/11/2018]
Anne Applebaum, Washington Post

A Brexit Deal Has Arrived. Now the Chaos Begins [15/11/2018]
Helen Lewis, The New York Times

 Britain Has Reached a New Worst-Case Scenario on Brexit [15/11/2018]
Sebastian Mallaby, Washington Post

 BREXIT deal done – now for the hard part [15/11/2018]
John Springford, CER

Labour Could Win Power if It Backs New Referendum [14/11/2018]
Andrew Adonis, Times

Brexit, Electricity and the No-Deal Scenario: Perspectives from Continental Europe, Ireland and the UK [10/2018]
Carole Mathieu, Steve Pye & Paul Deane, IFRI

Merkel is going but Germany won’t shift its stance on Brexit [30/10/2018]
Charles Grant, The Guardian

A no-deal Brexit would not end negotiations – and the EU knows it [30/10/2018]
Paul McGrade, The Guardian

How Cameron’s Misreading of Merkel Led to Brexit ​​​​​​​[29/10/2018]
James Kirkup, Spectator

A People’s Vote Isn’t Dogmatic – It’s Democratic Engagement At Its Best​​​​​​​ [29/10/2018]
Jude Wilkinson, Social Europe

It’s not defying voters, MPs, to try to make them think again on Brexit [28/10/2018]
Nick Cohen, The Guardian 

It may not stop Brexit. But I’m glad I joined the march for a People’s Vote [27/10/2018]
Ian Jack, The Guardian 

Brexit and The European Order [25/10/2018]
Joschka Fischer, Project Syndicate

A Deal with the EU Isn't Worth Breaking Up the UK [24/10/2018]
Owen Polley, CapX 

People’s vote on Brexit: everyone seems to be missing this key point [23/10/2018]
Joseph Lacey, The Conversation 

Brexit has already hurt EU and non-EU exports by up to 13% – new research [23/10/2018]
Terence Huw Edwards, Christian Soegaard & Mustapha Douch, The Conversation

Theresa May Could Back a New Brexit Referendum [23/10/2018]
Anatole Kaletsky, Project Syndicate

A People's Vote will be impossible without cross-party consensus [22/10/2018]
Chuka Umunna, The Independent

Reino Unido, entre el declive y el abismo [19/10/2018]
Walter Oppenheimer, El País

If you think Brexit will leave us weaker and poorer, march for a people’s vote [19/10/2018]
Timothy Garton Ash, The Guardian 

Extending the Brexit transition period: what does it mean for a deal? [19/10/2018]
David Phinnemore, The Conversation

How Brexit killed tolerance [18/10/2018]
Robert Shrimsley, Financial Times

No-deal Brexit: survey reveals 44% of people expect the UK to crash out of EU [18/10/2018]
Bobby Duffy & Anand Menon, The Conversation

«Un Brexit à l'aveuglette serait néfaste pour l'Europe comme pour la Grande-Bretagne» [17/10/2018]
Tony Blair, Nick Clegg & Michael Heseltine, Le Figaro

Brexit’s one certain outcome is uncertainty [17/10/2018]
Philip Stephens, Financial Times

Brexit Talks: Only the Beginning [17/10/2018]
Pierre Vimont, Carnegie Europe

Theresa May’s Kamikaze Brexit [16/10/2018]
Paul Taylor, Politico

Brexit’s Never-ending Transition [09/10/2018]
Peter Kellner, Carnegie Europe

What happens if parliament rejects a Brexit deal? [04/10/2018]
Michael Gordon, The Conversation

 

Editoriais
Johnson must silence doubters and resolve impasse over Brexit [24/07/2019]
South China Morning Post

Brexit Births Boris [23/07/2019]
Foreign Policy

A race to harden Brexit [23/07/2019]
The Guardian

Brexit: U.K's pending divorce with the EU [29/05/2019]
The Hindu

Labour must show it can offer an alternative [26/05/2019]
The Observer 

Making Britain vulnerable [08/05/2019]
The Guardian

There will be no end to the Brexit saga if Theresa May and Jeremy Corbyn waste time on another deal [06/05/2019]
The Independent

Britain’s anti-Brexiters need a common front [23/04/2019]
Financial Times

MPs and Brexit: this is no time to disengage [14/04/2019]
The Guardian

« Halloween Brexit », mais pour quoi faire ? [12/04/2019]
Le Monde

For the sake of Britain, Theresa May must find a centrist consensus [09/04/2019]
Washington Post

Parties’ Brexit talks: to agree is to split [04/04/2019]
The Guardian

If Juncker is tired of Brexit now, a poorly timed British general election will really test his patience [01/04/2019]
The Independent

MPs offer a way out [31/03/2019]
The Guardian

Evening Standard comment: Celebrate – today is when we can take back control [30/03/2019]
Evening Standard

Brexit’s failure leaves the UK in a profound crisis [29/03/2019]
Financial Times

A Third Strike, but Britain Is Not Quite Out [29/03/2019]
New York Times

A symbolic Brexit date: May’s last stand [28/03/2019]
The Guardian

The Trouble With Theresa May’s Promise to Resign [28/03/2019]
The Economist

Ditching May Won’t Improve Her Brexit Plan [28/03/2019]
Bloomberg

May’s resignation offer: a stitch-up for a bad deal [27/03/2019]
The Guardian

Whoever succeeds Theresa May will have to realise a second referendum is the only way to resolve Brexit [27/03/2019]
The Independent

Brexit’s revolution: eating its own [26/03/2019]
The Guardian

Parliament must restore some sanity over Brexit [25/03/2019]
Financial Times

To Deliver Brexit, May Must Resign [25/03/2019]
The Sun

Farrago of hostilities brings no-deal Brexit ever closer [25/03/2019]
China Daily

Brexit Is, at Bottom, About Self-Rule [24/03/2019]
Washington Examiner

Conservative crisis: made by Brexit [24/03/2019]
The Guardian

The people have marched; now MPs must take up the challenge [23/03/2019]
The Observer

Theresa May must give parliament a chance [22/03/2019]
Financial Times

May cede ante los Comunes [27/02/2019]
La Vanguardia

Bring On That Second Brexit Vote [26/02/2019]
Bloomberg

Another Ruinous Brexit Delay [25/02/2019]
Bloomberg

Corbyn's Deadly Double Act [24/02/2019]
Daily Mail

What’s the Plan for Brexit? There Is No Plan [17/02/2019]
New York Times

Brexit uncertainty is costing the UK dearly [15/02/2019]
Financial Times

Brexit Rebels: Helpful Dissent [12/02/2019]
The Guardian

Businesses desperately need clarity over Brexit [08/02/2019]
Financial Times

Brexit and Ireland: the forging of folly [05/02/2019]
The Guardian

Flying Is a Bargain Now, But What Will Brexit Do? [03/02/2019]
London Evening Standard

May’s pyrrhic victory will not resolve Brexit [30/01/2019]
Financial Times

Evening Standard comment: Commons must delay Brexit, then make a plan [29/01/2019]
London Evening Standard

If parliament cannot resolve Brexit, a new referendum is needed [22/01/2019]
Financial Times

Britain Races Toward a Cliff. Time to Slow Down. [17/01/2019]
New York Times

Brexit, mother of all messes [17/01/2019]
The Economist

UK parliament must unite to prevent no-deal Brexit [15/01/2019]
Irish Independent

Mrs May’s deal: dead before the vote [14/01/2019]
The Guardian

More pandemonium awaits amid unknowns of Brexit [11/01/2019]
Irish Independent

Britain and the American Option [02/01/2019]
Wall Street Journal

No One Is Ready for a No-Deal Brexit [02/01/2019]
Bloomberg

The state of the union [25/12/2018]
The Guardian

Labour’s Brexit: damage limitation not an opportunity [23/12/2018]
The Guardian

Running the clock down on Brexit cannot continue to be an option for Mrs May [17/12/2018]
The Telegraph

May’s Delays Are Making Brexit Worse [17/12/2018]
Bloomberg

Why the only sensible option for Britain is a second vote [16/12/2018]
Observer

Why the only sensible option for Britain is a second vote [16/12/2018]
Observer

Theresa May has returned from Brussels virtually empty-handed – but there's still hope [15/12/2018]
The Independent

London staggers towards the exit [15/12/2018]
Irish Times

A cent jours du Brexit, Theresa May dans l’impasse [15/12/2018]
Le Monde

Theresa May has returned from Brussels virtually empty-handed – but there's still hope [15/12/2018]
The Independent

May Should Admit That Brexit Has Failed [11/12/2018]
Bloomberg

Theresa May’s Brexit strategy: the lesser of two humiliations [10/12/2018]
Irish Times

Theresa May’s deal is in deadlock – only a Final Say can release the bind [10/12/2018]
The Independent

The prime minister is on the run [10/12/2018]
The Guardian

With next week’s Brexit showdown on the horizon, now is the time to seek clarity about Britain’s future [09/12/2018]
The Independent

The government needs to be honest with the public about the consequences of Brexit [04/12/2018]
The Independent

Now the government has admitted Brexit’s economic cost, the case for giving the people the Final Say is stronger than ever [28/11/2018]
The Independent

If Britain must Brexit, this is the best deal it can get [27/11/2018]
Globe and Mail

Le Brexit sera-t-il le ciment de l’unité européenne? [27/11/2018]
Le Monde

Brexit voters are now changing their minds – let’s them give them a Final Say rather than a bad deal [26/11/2018]
The Independent

A sobering moment for Britain [25/11/2018]
The Guardian

Burning injustices: fanning Brexit’s flames [20/11/2018]
The Guardian

Brexit chaos: a threat to break up Britain [19/11/2018]
The Guardian

Risk of Brexit disaster merits planning for indyref2 [18/11/2018]
The National

El mal menor del pésimo 'Brexit' [16/11/2018]
El Mundo

Dangerous Days in the UK [16/11/2018]
Times of London

The options presented by May are dire – all that is left is a Final Say [16/11/2018]
The Independent

Brexit : le meilleur accord perdant-perdant [15/11/2018]
Le Monde

Theresa May’s deal: reset the debate [14/11/2018]
The Guardian

The Daily Mail and Brexit: a very public shift [23/10/2018]
The Guardian

Tories and Brexit: rage against the facts [22/10/2018]
The Guardian

Beyond the march, The Independent presses MPs to keep our options open on the most important decision in generations [21/10/2018]
The Independent

A longer Brexit transition can ease trading troubles [18/10/2018]
Financial Times

It’s time for Theresa May to finally say no to Brussels and take back control by leaving ALL of the EU’s major institutions [18/10/2018]
The Sun

 

Notícias
Government refuses to rule out emergency no-deal Brexit budget [01/08/2019]
Patrick Greenfield, The Guardian

Johnson sends 'ditch the backstop' message to EU via Brexit adviser [31/07/2019]
Daniel Boffey, The Guardian

El Brexit duro de Johnson provoca una fuerte caída de la libra en los mercados [30/07/2019]
El País

In Push to Leave One Union, U.K.’s Boris Johnson Risks Another [29/07/2019]
Stephen Castle, New York Times

U.K.’s Boris Johnson Urges EU Rethink on Brexit Deal [25/07/2019]
Jill Lawless & Danica Kirka, Sidney Morning Herald

European chiefs press Johnson to explain Brexit plan in detail [24/07/2019]
Daniel Boffey, The Guardian

Boris Johnson becomes PM with promise of Brexit by 31 October [24/07/2019]
Rowena Mason, The Guardian

EU warns incoming British PM Johnson it won't change Brexit terms [23/07/2019]
Gabriela Baczynska & Michel Rose, Reuters

EU is 'unimpressed' by threats of no-deal Brexit: BBC [18/07/2019]
Daily Star

Will Boris Johnson’s bluster over a no-deal Brexit collide with reality? [11/07/2019]
George Parker, Sebastian Payne & James Blitz, Financial Times

Corbyn says Labour would back remain in Brexit referendum [09/07/2019]
Heather Stewart, The Guardian

UK Tory contenders vow to scrap Irish border Brexit policy [02/07/2019]
Jill Lawless, Washington Post

El Brexit, un grave daño al vínculo entre las dos Irlandas [21/06/2019]
Carlos Fresneda, El Mundo

EU citizens in UK at risk of Windrush-style catastrophe, say MPs [30/05/2019]
Lisa O'Carroll, The Guardian

Nigel Farage Demands Seat at Brexit Talks [27/05/2019]
Francis Elliott et al, Times of London

Brexit Party piles pressure on Britain’s Conservatives as Labour and Tory support colapses [27/05/2019]
Paul Waldie, The Globe & Mail

Farage warns Tories Brexit party could win general election [27/05/2019]
Rowena Mason, Amy Walker & Matthew Weaver, The Guardian

Theresa May to Resign, Make Way for New Prime Minister, After Brexit Failures [24/05/2019]
Karla Adam & William Booth, The Washington Post

Theresa May Appears to Pull EU Withdrawal Bill [23/05/2019]
Jim Pickard, Financial Times

May abre las puertas a un segundo referéndum si el Parlamento aprueba su nueva propuesta de Brexit [22/05/2019]
El País

Never mind the bollocks, here’s the Liberal Democrats [21/05/2019]
Charlie Cooper, Politico

Jeremy Corbyn Halts Brexit Talks With Theresa May [17/05/2019]
Stephen Castle, The New York Times

May and Corbyn on Brexit: If at first you don’t succeed … [15/05/2019]
Tom McTague, Politico

Theresa May to bring her Brexit deal back to parliament in June [14/05/2019]
Charlie Cooper, Politico

May could set departure date next week, says influential Tory [11/05/2019]
Jacopo Barigazzi, Politico

Brexit impasse leads to longest UK parliament session since civil war [13/05/2019]
Peter Walker, The Guardian

Poll surge for Brexit party sparks panic among Tories and Labour [12/05/2019]
Toby Helm & Michael Savage, The Observer

Meet the anti-Farages [02/05/2019]
Charlie Cooper, Politico

UK and Ireland sign deal to guarantee rights of citizens after Brexit [08/05/2019]
Lisa O'Carroll, The Guardian

Brexit talks between UK government and opposition near collapse: ITV [08/05/2019]
Daily Star

May ofrece nuevas cesiones a Corbyn para intentar salvar el Brexit [05/05/2019]
Rafa de Miguel, El País

UK’s May seeks Brexit deal ‘soon’ as delayed exit costs rise [01/05/2019]
Jill Lawless, Washington Post

Theresa May: no-deal preparations will continue despite Brexit delay [15/04/2019]
Rajeev Syal, The Guardian

Brexit talks ‘will stall unless May shifts on customs union’ [14/04/2019]
Jessica Elgot, The Guardian

What are the key dates between now and the new Brexit deadline? [12/04/2019]
Jessica Elgot, The Guardian

Los Veintisiete ven el acuerdo entre May y Corbyn como la última posibilidad de retrasar el Brexit [09/04/2019]
Lluís Pellicer & Ana Carbajosa, El País

Macron, el ‘halcón’ europeo del Brexit [09/04/2019]
Marc Bassets, El País

May to visit Berlin and Paris in push to delay Brexit date [08/04/2019]
Financial Times

May asks for a new 30 June Brexit delay while Tusk offers 12-month extension [05/04/2019]
Irene Kostaki, New Europe

Juncker rejects May appeal for a further short Brexit delay [03/04/2019]
Daniel Boffey & Jennifer Rankin, The Guardian

May and Corbyn hold ‘constructive’ talks on Brexit [03/04/2019]
Charlie Cooper, Politico

Juncker ofrece a May otra prórroga del Brexit a cambio de aprobar el acuerdo de salida [03/04/2019]
Bernardo de Miguel, El País

Brexit: Theresa May says UK will seek 'short extension' as she reaches out to Corbyn for new deal [02/04/2019]
Joe Watts, The Independent

House of Commons rejects all Brexit options — again [02/04/2019]
Charlie Cooper & Annabelle Dickson, Politico

Brexit options: Stick close to EU, crash out, think again [01/04/2019]
Jill Lawless, Associated Press

The rival plans to Theresa May’s Brexit deal [01/04/2019]
Henry Mance, Financial Times

Britain 'could leave EU by 22 May if MPs vote for customs union' [01/04/2019]
Daniel Boff, The Guardian

Theresa May weighs fourth vote on Brexit deal [01/04/2019]
Jim Pickard, Financial Times 

How the UK lost the Brexit battle [31/03/2019]
Tom McTague, Politico

EU ready to ‘discuss’ post-Brexit customs union, says Macron ally [31/03/2019]
Maïa de La Baume, Politico

EU would delay Brexit again to let UK hold a second referendum [30/03/2019]
Jon Stone, The Independent

‘We’re in the Last Hour’: Democracy Itself Is on Trial in Brexit, Britons Say [30/03/2019]
Ellen Barry & Benjamin Mueller, New York Times

Brexit: as May's deal is defeated for the third time, the next steps explained [29/03/2019]
Daniel Boffey, the Guardian

No-deal Brexit ‘really likely’, says top EU Brexit advisor [29/03/2019]
Jon Stone, The Independent

Parliament again rejects Theresa May’s Brexit deal, on the day Britain was supposed to ‘take back control’ [29/03/2019]
William Booth, Karla Adam & Michael Birnbaum, Washington Post

May puts stripped-down Brexit deal to 'last chance' vote in parliament [29/03/2019]
William James & Kylie MacLellan, Elizabeth Piper, Reuters

Government says it will accept giving MPs more say over Brexit talks [29/03/2019]
Jessica Elgot & Rowena Mason, the Guardian

House of Commons to debate Brexit motion Friday [28/03/2019]
Charlie Cooper, Politico

What Brexit means without May [28/03/2019]
Oliver Wiseman, CapX

Brexit : « No. No. No. No. No. No. No. No. », la presse britannique s’amuse du bourbier politique [28/03/2019]
Le Monde

EU moves into crisis mode as it plans for no-deal Brexit [28/03/2019]
Daniel Boffey, The Guardian

Le gouvernement britannique veut soumettre, une troisième fois, son accord de Brexit aux députés vendredi [28/03/2019]
Le Monde

Scottish Parliament votes to revoke Article 50 and cancel Brexit [28/03/2019]
Alistair Grant, The Herald

Revoke Article 50 petition: Government rejects plea by 5.8 million people to cancel Brexit [27/03/2019]
Samuel Osborne, The Independent

Alternate Brexit Plans Rejected; Theresa May Offers to Step Down [27/03/2019]
Stephen Castle, The New York Times

Brexit: Political will of the people 'must be in question' as 55 per cent now want to stay in EU, poll finds [27/03/2019]
Adam Lusher, The Independent

Brexit votes: The lowdown on MPs' alternative plans [27/03/2019]
BBC

Las cuatro alternativas para el Brexit del Parlamento británico [26/03/2019]
La Vanguardia

Two hours that will shape Brexit [26/03/2019]
Tom McTague and Charlie Cooper, Politico

Brexit: leave-backing MPs pile on pressure as May’s deal drifts away [25/03/2019]
Dan Sabbagh, The Guardian

Theresa May's Days Are Numbered. Now What? [23/03/2019]
Jörg Schindler, Der Spiegel

Britain's Theresa May asks EU to delay Brexit until June 30 [21/03/2019]
Al Jazeera

Expect 'no decision' on Brexit at this week's EU summit: Juncker [20/03/2019]
Al Jazeera

Brexit by July 1 unless UK votes in EU election: Document [18/03/2019]
Jacopo Barigazzi, Politico

'Why Would We Extend These Discussions?' [18/03/2019]
Peter Müller & Jörg Schindler, Der Spiegel

Parliament speaker rules out third vote on ‘same’ Brexit deal [18/03/2019]
Charlie Cooper, Politico

Bruselas propone un aplazamiento de un año del Brexit para dar tiempo a que Londres se aclare [14/03/2019]
Bernardo De Miguel, El País

El Parlamento británico votará hoy sobre un segundo referéndum del Brexit [14/03/2019]
Rafa de Miguel, El País

Britain Looks Into the Trade Abyss [13/03/2019]
Keith Johnson, Foreign Policy

Theresa May: UK and EU agree to legally binding changes to Brexit deal [12/03/2019]
Anca Alexe, Business Insider

Theresa May secures changes to Brexit deal ahead of key vote [12/03/2019]
Nicholas Sakelaris, UPI

EU sees no Brexit breakthrough before the weekend – sources [06/03/2019]
Reuters

Theresa May's lawyer seeks legal fix to the Brexit riddle [04/03/2019]
Elizabeth Piper & Kylie MacLellan, Reuters

Brexit: May tells MPs 'do your duty' ahead of fresh votes [27/02/2019]
BBC

Theresa May offers MPs Brexit delay vote [26/02/2019]
BBC

Brexit: Theresa May 'focused' on leaving on time, despite calls for delay [25/02/2019]
BBC

Theresa May faces ministerial revolt over no-deal Brexit [21/02/2019]
Rowena Mason, Jessica Elgot & Severin Carrell, The Guardian

Seven lawmakers quit UK Labour Party citing Brexit 'betrayal', anti-Semitism [18/02/2019]
Elizabeth Piper, Reuters

EU patience with Theresa May wears thin [14/02/2019]
Jacopo Barigazzi & David M. Herszenhorn, Politico

Brexit: Ministers under fire over 'no deal' position [14/02/2019]
BBC

U.K. Government Downplays Suggestion It Will Seek Brexit Delay [13/02/2019]
Jill Lawless, Fox

Britain’s May Meets Again in Brussels With Skeptical EU Leaders on Brexit Deal [07/02/2019]
Michael Birnbaum, The Washington Post

El gabinete de May estudia pedir un retraso de ocho semanas en el Brexit [06/02/2019]
ABC

May to meet Juncker on Thursday to seek Brexit concessions [05/02/2019]
Daniel Boffey, Jessica Elgot & Dan Sabbagh, The Guardian

Irish backstop is ‘toxic,’ would ‘break up’ UK, says DUP leader [05/02/2019]
Galaxy Henry, Politico

Brexit news latest: Spell out your plan, EU urges Theresa May ahead of talks [05/02/2019]
Nicolas Cecil & Joe Murphy, London Evening Standard

Ireland and EU discuss emergency funds to offset no-deal Brexit [05/02/2019]
Lisa O'Carroll, The Guardian

Theresa May vows to ‘battle’ in Brussels [03/02/2019]
Politico

One in three UK firms plan for Brexit relocation, IoD says [01/02/2019]
Phillip Inman, The Guardian

EU capitals agree to visa-free Schengen access for Brits [01/02/2019]
Politico

Eurosceptic fears grow over a potential customs union pivot [29/01/2019]
Katy Balls, the Spectator

Brexit : les députés britanniques votent en espérant reprendre la main [29/01/2019]
Philippe Bernard, Le Monde

Brexit: on vous explique les enjeux du nouveau vote des députés britanniques [29/01/2019]
Yohan Blavignat, Le Figaro

Brexit: Theresa May and Parliament Fight for Control [29/01/2019]
William Booth, The Washington Post

Theresa May splits Tories over anti-backstop Brexit deal [28/01/2019]
Jessica Elgot & Heather Stewart, The Guardian

German Economy Prepares for No-Deal Brexit [21/01/2019]
Tim Bartz, Dinah Deckstein, Simon Hage & Peter Müller, Der Spiegel

BREXIT BETRAYAL: Commons official 'helping rebel MPs to DERAIL Brexit' [20/01/2019]
Athena Chrysanthou, Express

Dublin rejects idea of alternative deal for Irish border post Brexit [20/01/2019]
Jakob Hanke, Politico

Labour MPs declare support for second Brexit referendum [16/01/2019]
Dan Sabbagh, The Guardian

How the world’s papers reacted to May’s Brexit vote defeat [16/01/2019]
Tom Goodenough, The Spectator

EU holds back budget cash to soften blow of no-deal Brexit [16/01/2019]
Lili Bayer, Politico 

U.K. Parliament’s Vote on Brexit Deal Explained [14/01/2019]
Joanna Sugden, Wall Street Journal

A No-Deal Brexit? Leaders Are Alarmed; Voters, Not So Much [14/01/2019]
Ellen Barry, New York Times

U.K.’s May Faces Likely Defeat as Brexit Deadline Nears [14/01/2019]
Jason Douglas & Laurence Norman, Wall Street Journal

Brexit brinkmanship: playing chicken over Theresa May’s deal [13/01/2019]
George Parker and James Blitz, Financial Times

May Suffers Parliament Defeat as Brexit Debate Resumes [10/01/2019]
Elizabeth Piper, William James & Kylie MacLellan, Reuters

Use the 'nuclear option', ministers tell May: PM is urged to trigger an April 4 ELECTION to stop MPs blocking no-deal Brexit [09/01/2019]
James Tapsfield, Daily Mail

Brexit: huit questions sur la possibilité d’un second referendum [20/12/2018]
Le Monde

Brexit: EU reveals no-deal plans [19/12/2018]
BBC

Brexit latest news: Gavin Williamson puts Army on standby as Cabinet agrees to implement 'no deal' plans in full [18/12/2018]
James Rothwell, Harry Yorke, Chris Graham, Asa Bennett & Steven Swinford, Telegraph

Theresa May awaits a Brexmas miracle [18/12/2018]
Charlie Cooper, Politico

Brexit: cabinet meets to discuss ramping up plans for no deal [18/12/2018]
Jessica Elgot, The Guardian

Brexit latest news: Gavin Williamson puts Army on standby as Cabinet agrees to implement 'no deal' plans in full [18/12/2018]
James Rothwell, Harry Yorke, Chris Graham, Asa Bennett & Steven Swinford, Telegraph

Theresa May awaits a Brexmas miracle [18/12/2018]
Charlie Cooper, Politico

Brexit: cabinet meets to discuss ramping up plans for no deal [18/12/2018]
Jessica Elgot, The Guardian

Corbyn anuncia una moción de censura contra May por su gestión del Brexit [17/12/2018]
Iván Alonso, ABC

Theresa May pushes forward £2bn no-deal Brexit preparations [17/12/2018]
Dan Sabbagh, The Guardian

New EU referendum would break faith with Britons, May to warn MPs [17/12/2018]
BBC

UK business secretary: May’s Brexit deal ‘good’ for economy [17/12/2018]
Esther King, Politico       

British officials line up for second referendum: reports [17/12/2018]
Mark Scott, Politico   

Corbyn anuncia una moción de censura contra May por su gestión del Brexit [17/12/2018]
Iván Alonso, ABC

Party activists pile pressure on Corbyn to back second vote [16/12/2018]
Toby Helm, The Observer

Brexit: What happens next may have to be put to MPs' vote – Fox [16/12/2018]
BBC

UK would have to delay Brexit for an 'entirely new' proposal: Irish foreign minister [16/12/2018]
Reuters

Labour heaps pressure on PM by calling for no confidence vote [16/12/2018]
Kylie MacLellan & Elizabeth Piper, Reuters

May and Juncker clash over ‘nebulous’ comment [15/12/2018]
Charlie Cooper, David M. Herszenhorn And James Randerson, Politico

Los seis escenarios del Brexit que decidirán el destino del Reino Unido [15/12/2018]
Gina Tosas, La Vanguardia

New Brexit referendum logical, says Tony Blair [14/12/2018]
BBC

EU Leaders Tell May to Find Brexit Consensus Among MPs [14/12/2018]
Daniel Boffey, Jennifer Rankin & Dan Sabbagh, The Guardian

Brexit: EU says no to May on renegotiating deal [14/12/2018]
BBC

Theresa May delays Brexit vote over risk of ‘significant’ defeat [12/12/2018]
Annabelle Dickson & Lili Bayer, Politico

May looks to Merkel to save the day on Brexit [11/12/2018]
Guy Chazan & Alex Barker, Fnancial Times

Brexit: Theresa May says EU leaders 'determined' to solve Irish border issue [11/12/2018]
BBC

Desperate Theresa May reveals her Brexit plan B: buy more time [10/12/2018]
Dan Sabbagh and Daniel Boffey, The Guardian

Brexit in turmoil as May pulls vote to seek changes to EU divorce [10/12/2018]
Guy Faulconbridge, Elizabeth Piper, Reuters

Brexit chaos: what happens next? [10/12/2018]
Peter Walker, The Guardian

Brexit: Theresa May understood to be delaying key vote [10/12/2018]
BBC

Brexit ruling: UK can cancel decision, EU court says [10/12/2018]
BBC

Commons Brexit deal vote will definitely go ahead, says Gove [10/12/2018]
Peter Walker and Jessica Elgot, The Guardian

Theresa May Tried to Lead Britain to a Brexit Compromise. Was It Too Late? [09/12/2018]
Ellen Barry, New York Times

Norwegian politicians reject UK's Norway-plus Brexit plan [07/12/2018]
Patrick Wintour, The Guardian

EU judges to rule on Brexit on eve of May's crucial vote [06/12/2018]
Reuters

Brexit vote: What could happen next? [06/12/2018]
Peter Barnes, BBC News

Theresa May Rejects Cabinet Pleas to Postpone Brexit Vote [06/12/2018]
Matthew Weaver, The Guardian

Britain Will Be Ready for a No Deal Brexit: Minister [06/12/2018]
Reuters

MEP pours scorn on last-ditch Brexit scramble [05/12/2018]
Martin Banks, The Parliament Magazine

Conservative MEP urges UK counterparts to support ‘best deal for the UK’ Brexit agreement [28/11/2018]
Brian Johnson, The Parliament Magazine

Brexit analysis is meaningless, Corbyn tells May [28/11/2018]
Jessica Elgot, The Guardian

Chancellor says UK will be worse off under all Brexit scenarios [28/11/2018]
The Guardian

Theresa May Needs Parliament’s Support for Her Brexit Deal. The Math Isn’t in Her Favor [26/11/2018]
Karla Adam, The Washington Post

Brexit: May gives way over Gibraltar after Spain's 'veto' threat [24/11/2018]
Daniel Boffey & Sam Jones, The Guardian

The full list: MPs voting for and against May’s Brexit deal [26/11/2018]
John Connolly, The Spectator

Brexit: quels scénarios en cas de rejet de l’accord par le Parlement britannique? [26/11/2018]
Le Monde

May's Brexit deal sounds like a 'great deal for the EU', says Trump [26/11/2018]
Julian Borger, Daniel Boffey & Dan Sabbagh, The Guardian

Brexit: Theresa May defends deal amid criticism from MPs [26/11/2018]
BBC

EU leaders agree UK's Brexit deal at Brussels summit [25/11/2018]
BBC

What happens next if Theresa May's Brexit deal is voted down? [23/11/2018]
Heather Stewart, The Guardian

El ministro principal de Gibraltar dice que se ha alcanzado un acuerdo con España sobre Gibraltar en el pacto del Brexit [23/11/2018]
El Mundo

Brexit: Draft agreement on future relationship 'agreed' [22/11/2018]
BBC

May defends Brexit deal against cross-party hostility at PMQs [21/11/2018]
Peter Walker, The Guardian

British, EU Leaders to Meet as Brexit Deadline Looms [21/11/2018]
Jill Lawless, Associated Press

U.K. ‘Coup’ Against Theresa May Falters. For Now. [20/11/2018]
New York Times

La UE da un paso más hacia el acuerdo del Brexit pero sin resolver la cuestión de Gibraltar [20/11/2018]
Pablo R. Suanzes, El Mundo

Rees-Mogg: topple May now or she will lead Tories into election [20/11/2018]
Jessica Elgot, The Guardian

Michel Barnier proposes extending Brexit transition to 2022 [19/11/2018]
Mehreen Khan, Sylvia Pfeifer & Laura Hughes, Financial Times

Brexit: All you need to know about the UK leaving the EU [17/11/2018]
Alex Hunt & Brian Wheeler, BBC News

Bespoke Brexit deal better than any other option, May tells MPs [15/11/2018]
Jessica Elgot and Peter Walker, The Guardian

Two U.K. Cabinet Ministers, Including Chief Brexit Negotiator, Quit [15/11/2018]
Stephen Castle, The New York Times

Brexit: What does the draft withdrawal agreement reveal? [15/11/2018]
Chris Morris, BBC News

Cautious welcome for Brexit deal across Europe before Raab resignation [15/11/2018]
Jennifer Rankin, Christian Davies & Angela Giuffrida, The Guardian

Theresa May’s Brexit Deal: That Was the Easy Bit [14/11/2018]
Charlie Cooper & David M. Herszenhorn, Politico           

May says confident of getting Brexit deal MPs can support [23/10/2018]
Reuters

EU daylight saving switch could leave Northern Ireland out of step with rest of UK [22/10/2018]
Eline Schaart, Politico

Raab floats extended transition as ‘alternative’ to Ireland backstop [21/10/2018]
Jakob Hanke, Politico    

U.K. and Spain Reach Brexit Deal on Gibraltar [19/10/2018]
Michael Stothard, Financial Times

Brexiters Don't Care About Northern Ireland​​​​​​​ [19/10/2018]
Fintan O'Toole, The Guardian

There Will Be No Second Brexit Referendum ​​​​​​​[18/10/2018]
Peter Harris, National Interest

Police bracing for Brexit hate crime spike against EU citizens and migrants in March [18/10/2018]
Lizzie Dearden, The Independent

La UE y Reino Unido sopesan alargar el periodo transitorio para desbloquear el Brexit [18/10/2018]
Bernardo De Miguel, El País

EU leaders shelve plans for special Brexit summit next month [18/10/2018]
Alex Barker, Mehreen Khan and Michael Peel, Financial Times

Brexit : un sommet européen hanté par le «no deal» [18/10/2018]
Anne Rovan, Le Figaro

May says Brexit deal is ‘achievable’ [17/10/2018]
Reuters

12 Brits Who Will Shape Brexit [17/10/2018]
Charlie Cooper & Annabelle Dickson, Politico

¿Es posible llegar a un buen acuerdo para el Brexit? [17/10/2018]
Agenda Pública & Política Exterior

Bruselas y Londres encallan en el primer intento de rematar el Brexit [15/10/2018]
Bernardo de Miguel & Rafa de Miguel, El País

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