Chris Patten, the last British governor of Hong Kong and a former EU commissioner for external affairs, explores the future of Britain and the EU.
As Britain starts the process of leaving the EU, these figures show how important the relationship is to both the UK and EU economies.
It's a medium-size market with a service-based economy and few natural resources. Can the United Kingdom hope to prosper in the isolation of an imagined past?
Following the attacks in London, David Lowe, Principal Lecturer in Law, Liverpool John Moores University, explores the city's preparation and response.
Brexit may be about to burst Britain's bubble of self-belief, according to a new survey of European perception.
A recently discovered essay on aliens, written by Winston Churchill, proves to be highly contemporary and relevant, despite it being 78 years old.
Daniel Gros explores the UK's ability to negotiate a trade deal with the EU and the US - especially in the wake of President Trump's election.
The world is a more dangerous place, which makes it more important than ever for developed democracies to come together.
Theresa May, Prime Minister of the United Kingdom, gave a special address at the World Economic Forum's Annual Meeting in Davos.
A look at more than 600 years of ups and downs between Europe and the United States.
Dr Robin Niblett looks at the changing face of US and British economic leadership.
Popular support for the EU has grown since the Brexit vote, and in Britain most of all, according to a new Bertelsmann poll.
Governor of the Bank of England Mark Carney looks at inequality, globalization and monetary policy in a speech at Liverpool John Moores University.
Former British Prime Minister Gordon Brown looks at inequality and division in the UK.
Examining the Brexit result and the economic costs from different perspectives.