Brexit

A Guide to Surviving the Brexit Cliff Fall

If the EU can’t be your state, it can be your state of mind

9 Apr 2019

7 reasons a no-deal Brexit will be good for Millennials

Flora Gill puts a positive spin on a no-deal Brexit for remain-voting millennials

22 Mar 2019

A Guide to Dealing with Middle Class Panic Syndrome (MCPS)

Brexit is coming. The planet is dying. Catastrophe is looming. Make sure you are prepared.

20 Mar 2019

10 famous insults to spice up your Brexit brawls

From Winston Churchill to Buzz Lightyear, here are ten ways to cut your opponent down to size

12 Mar 2019

Brexit Fatigue: a diagnosis

Brexit fatigue is sweeping the nation. Here are the signs and symptoms to watch out for

4 Mar 2019

Brexit: what your drink says about your politics

If you are ever in doubt about a person’s europhilia or euroscepticism, look no further than the drink in their hand

6 Feb 2019

Brexit Bingo: 10 phrases we love to hate

From a People’s Vote to WTO rules, here are 10 phrases you will want to banish once Brexit is over

29 Jan 2019

Six of the best political TV dramas

With Brexit: The Uncivil War released on Monday, here are six must-see political TV dramas

3 Jan 2019

12 items to stockpile for a No-Deal Brexit

Quick! Forget the cans of beans and snap up your Iberico ham, Hermes scarves and French wine before the tariffs arrive.

10 Dec 2018

Could you sleep with someone who voted for Brexit?

There’s a whole new hazard to contend with in the dating game

28 Nov 2018

7 easy steps to deal with rabble-rousers

Feel well informed and more socially aware? Here’s how to maintain your sanity in a world gone mad

28 Nov 2018

Fat-shaming: A new approach to patronising Leave voters

It wasn’t Greggs-fuelled neurosis that made Brexiteers stick two fingers up to the establishment

25 Apr 2018

Brexit will give us back the countryside, as well as our country

Escaping the Common Agricultural Policy will preserve rural landscapes and lifestyles

29 Nov 2017

Breakfast is so Brexit (but avocados are definitely Remain)

Beware: one suspect meal could land you on the wrong side of the great divide

29 Nov 2017

Triggered by Bregret? Your guide to the new word order

Get out of your bubble and into your safe space, you hashtag activist. We mansplain the latest lexicon

29 Nov 2017

A handy guide to the Tories for the under-10s

The Conservatives used to have big ideas and shout a lot; now they’re frightened of looking silly

20 Sep 2017

Don’t blame Brexit – Public Health England is shrinking our chocolate bars

Brexiteers have been forced to shoulder a lot of blame in recent months. Slower growth forecasts. Jamie Oliver’s restaurant closures.…

8 Aug 2017

Toast the New Year with a Belgian beer

Embrace some beautiful beers from Belgium before Article 50 kicks in

Britain’s heading for Brexit, but our beer is going continental

Craft breweries are increasingly looking to Europe for inspiration

NHS email

Don’t despair at the NHS email crash. A new dawn is round the corner

It started with a single email saying ‘Test’ on it just after I had begun my morning surgery earlier this…

16 Nov 2016

Check Up: on an unexpected Brexit bonus and the importance of flu jabs

Plus: smoking at an all-time low and the not-so-smart students who take ‘smart drugs’

20 Oct 2016

What will Brexit mean for British food?

The EU has transformed the way we buy, cook, eat and think about food.

Finding beauty in a battlesite

Talk turned – briefly – from Brexit to another battle last night at the unveiling of Jolyon Fenwick’s ‘Zero Hour’…

1 Jul 2016

Brexit: The payroll vote

Why Vote Leave by Daniel Hannan is full of well-researched detail that Brexit campaigners should know

11 Jun 2016

Rory Bremner on the racists, xenophobes and bigots in the Leave campaign

‘Baby, it’s cold outside’ was the message as guests gathered to toast the start of the summer season. The Rivea…

20 May 2016