The Divided Kingdom

London is trying to stir from its Brexit referendum trance to mend its relationship with the Old Continent and keep the country together.
Alessandro Marrone

The price of Brexit

The Brexit negotiations are an uphill struggle. The divorce fee has been set, while the cost to the British economy of leaving the EU is anyone’s guess.
Fabrizio Goria

It's too late...

A survey claims that if the Brexit referendum were held today, the outcome would be different. The elections left May worse off than Cameron and clinging to power. A kingdom without a leader.
Christopher Lord

EUROPEAN CONSCIENCE - European citizenship rediscovered

The rights of three million European citizens currently living in the United Kingdom could be lost once Britain leaves the EU.
Claudia Delpero

London calling? Contradictions and hope in the post-Brexit era

When I was a high school student, nothing appealed to me more than the prospect of studying in the United Kingdom. I had visited London a few times, and I was at the time drawn by seductive yet vaguely defined ideas of career and success.
Giulio Nizzo

MARKETS&POLITICS - Brexit: a “bad deal” will always be better than “no deal”

May leans towards leaving the single market and the custom’s union. Negotiations breaking down close to the deadline, without the safety net of a transition agreement, would be worse than a ‘hard’ Brexit.
Daniel Vernazza

Oversimplifying Brexit to "hard" or "soft" conceals the hard truth to citizens

The Conservative party losing its majority at the UK election seemed to suggest that Prime Minister Theresa May would be forced to “soften” her “hard” Brexit stance.
Guiomar Parada

Eight things you should know about the UK snap election

The Corbyn effect forgetting Blair, May’s U-turns and dementia taxes and young voters participation could determine the outcome.
Guiomar Parada