Opinion: Why There Should Be No Exit from Brexit

Opinion: Why There Should Be No Exit from Brexit

SPIEGEL ONLINE - December 13, 2018

Brexit has plunged British politics into a state of chaos. Will the country now choose to remain in the European Union? The odds of that happening are rising, but it wouldn't be a good idea -- neither for Britain nor for the EU. A Commentary by Markus Becker more... Comment ]

Isle of Madness: A Series of Miscalculations Has Brought Britain to the Brink

Isle of Madness: A Series of Miscalculations Has Brought Britain to the Brink

SPIEGEL ONLINE - November 28, 2018

Brexit was to allow the United Kingdom to reclaim its former glory. Instead, the country's leaders have bumbled their way into catastrophe. Built on a false premise from the start, the UK's move away from the EU has been dominated by mistakes and miscalculations. By Peter Müller and Jörg Schindler more... Comment ]


The Brewing Storm: Chaos Erupts in London Over Brexit Deal

The Brewing Storm: Chaos Erupts in London Over Brexit Deal

SPIEGEL ONLINE - November 16, 2018

Some 874 days after the Brexit referendum, Theresa May has reached a deal with the European Union to prevent a hard exit from the bloc. But events of recent days make clear that months of drama in Brussels pales in comparison to the one unfolding in London now. By Peter Müller and Jörg Schindler more... Comment ]

Interview with Labour Leader Jeremy Corbyn: 'We Can't Stop Brexit'

Interview with Labour Leader Jeremy Corbyn: 'We Can't Stop Brexit'

SPIEGEL ONLINE - November 09, 2018

Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn believes that politics have left young people behind. In an interview with DER SPIEGEL, he speaks about Brexit, the crisis of social democracy in Europe and the uphill battle to unite his party. Interview Conducted by Jörg Schindler more... Comment ]


Brexit Talks: It's Time to Make Concessions to Britain

Brexit Talks: It's Time to Make Concessions to Britain

SPIEGEL ONLINE - October 30, 2018

In the Brexit negotiations, Britain has been forced to make concessions on almost every issue. Now, though, it is time for the EU to soften its stance. An orderly withdrawal is paramount for good future relations. A Commentary by Peter Müller more... Comment ]

Brexit Negotiations: Watching a Country Make a Fool of Itself

Brexit Negotiations: Watching a Country Make a Fool of Itself

SPIEGEL ONLINE - October 19, 2018

No country in the world has cultivated arrogance the way Britain has. But the sad truth is: The former global power can't even find its way to the door without tripping over its feet. A Commentary by Jan Fleischhauer more... Comment ]


Countdown to Brexit: No Deal Might Be the Worst Deal of All

Countdown to Brexit: No Deal Might Be the Worst Deal of All

SPIEGEL ONLINE - September 18, 2018

With just 200 days left to go until Brexit, a failure to secure a negotiated deal is looking increasingly possible. That would be disastrous for the European Union, but even worse for the British. By Peter Müller and Jörg Schindler in London more... Comment ]

Corbyn's Anti-Semitism Problem: Labour Stumbles in Polls as Accusations Mount

Corbyn's Anti-Semitism Problem: Labour Stumbles in Polls as Accusations Mount

SPIEGEL ONLINE - August 21, 2018

Does the Labour Party under Jeremy Corbyn's leadership have an anti-Semitism problem? The debate refuses to go away and new pictures from Tunisia have added fuel to the fire. By Jörg Schindler more... Comment ]


'He Calls Me Arthur and I Call Him Sir': Forty Years with Britain's Royals

'He Calls Me Arthur and I Call Him Sir': Forty Years with Britain's Royals

SPIEGEL ONLINE - May 17, 2018

Arthur Edwards has spent over 40 years photographing the royal family for Britain's Sun newspaper. In an interview, he talks about his experiences and Prince Harry's wedding this weekend. Interview Conducted by Hauke Goos and Jörg Schindler more... Comment ]

Poisoned Dialogue: Skripal Case Descends into a Propaganda War

Poisoned Dialogue: Skripal Case Descends into a Propaganda War

SPIEGEL ONLINE - April 07, 2018

In its rush to assign guilt to Moscow for the nerve agent attack on Sergei Skripal and his daughter, the British government now finds itself on the defensive. Some German politicians have their doubts. By DER SPIEGEL Staff more... Comment ]