U.S. President Donald Trump and British PM Boris Johnson hold a meeting at UN Headquarters in New York, On Sept. 24, 2019 (SAUL LOEB/AFP via Getty Images)

Britain needs a new trade partner. Anybody?

Andrew MacDougall: It can’t swim with the U.S. or China and it’s locked out of the EU. The U.K. sure picked a bad time to champion free trade.

Conservative majority secured. Now the hard part.

Andrew MacDougall: With Boris Johnson now holding the tiger firmly by the tail, there’s no one left to blame should the country take a mauling in the next stage of Brexit negotiations

The Britain I knew is lost

Michael Coren: This once resilient country is in a state of crisis, sinking in a national mood of powerlessness and indifference

Theresa May’s hard exit

Paul Wells: Catch up Britain—there will be Brexit and there won’t be a deal, and the name for that is a no-deal Brexit
Brexit Negotiations Reach Endgame

Dazed and confused, it’s Britain in the age of Brexit

Leah McLaren: Nobody knows the way out, and watching a nation’s entire political elite exposed as incompetent and craven is deeply disorienting
Prince Harry

How Prince Harry went from being a PR liability to a Royal asset

Plagued for years by his ’party prince’ reputation, Harry’s upcoming wedding to Meghan Markle marks a new chapter, says biographer Katie Nicholl
G20 Nations Hold Hamburg Summit

Donald Trump wanted ’America First.’ He got ’America alone.’

Scott Gilmore: Trump cancelling his trip to Britain is a watershed moment, marking a sad decline of the ’Special Relationship’ and American power

Would the Liberal Democrats stand a chance in a U.K. election?

The surprise U.K. election has given Liberal Democrats new hope they can galvanize voters around Britain’s exit from the EU. Will it work?
Britain Politics

Why did Theresa May call for an election?

In a surprise announcement, U.K. Prime Minister Theresa May says she wants a general election in June. Here are four factors that explain the move

Brexit is about to begin. Here’s what you need to know.

Five questions – and five answers – to help you understand what Britain’s exit from the European Union might mean