It took just four days from the triggering of Article 50 for ex-Tory leader Michael Howard - high on the fumes of toxic British self-importance - to almost declare war on Spain. Viva Britannia!
As the face of both the Sex Pistols and PiL, the ever outspoken John Lydon reflects on a life of groundbreaking counterculture.
Another referendum on Scotland's future is on the cards, but is radically progressive Scottish nationalism a paradox? A Schrödinger's cat that means all things to all people?
Well, it's happening. Parliament has voted to trigger Article 50 and leave the EU, refusing to guarantee the rights of EU citizens and a meaningful vote on the deal. Great.
With Britain set to leave the European Union, in the corridors of Whitehall, politicians are talking of a "British Empire 2.0" to fill the vast economic gap. Instead, it's time we face up to the harsh realities of our colonial past.
Theresa May's long awaited Brexit speech was intended to calm our fears about Britain's future, but instead the outlook is now even bleaker than before.
Photographer CJ Clarke presents a decade of photography and a short film on Basildon, a microcosm of white working-class Britain, at Huck’s 71a Gallery.
Over the course of a decade, CJ Clarke has been exploring what it means to be white, middle-class and English by documenting life in the remarkably unremarkable town of Basildon.
This week three High Court judges ruled that Parliament must be given a vote on triggering Brexit, much to the right-wing press's dismay.
The Labour party has published a list of questions for the Government to answer about Brexit, but what do we really want to know?
A spike in homophobic hate crime after Brexit might seem surprising, but James Butler argues this vote was always about clawing back society to a distant, oppressive past.
We’ve turned our backs on Europe, our tiny, drizzly island looks set to become more isolated than ever before. But young people in Britain didn't vote for Brexit, and many are desperate to soften the blow.