Only when England can see itself as England will it be possible to challenge the idea that Britain is England, writes former Labour MP John Denham
The Scottish First Minister’s exit makes the possibility of a new referendum even less likely, writes Jonathan Lis
Emma DeSouza reports on the implications for remain-voting Northern Ireland and the Union of Ireland’s positive relationship with the EU, amid ongoing complications over the Protocol
A surge in support for rejoining the EU means the debate on Brexit is far from over, according to the UK’s most-respected pollster, Adam Bienkov reports
Boris Johnson has done more for the independence movement in Scotland and the possibility of reunification for Ireland than either the SNP or Sinn Féin managed in a generation, says Jonathan Lis
AV Deggar considers how the Vote Leave coalition may react to emboldened separatist forces in Scotland and Northern Ireland
Anthony Barnett traces the cause of the Brexit vote, how it led to our elected dictatorship being replaced with even darker forces, and considers a possible path ahead
James Doleman provides the background to an inquiry into the Scottish Government’s investigation of sexual misconduct allegations against Alex Salmond – and its implications for Nicola Sturgeon
Jonathan Lis explores how once careful balances of identity and political power have been upended and Englishness has taken their place
The contrast between Boris Johnson and Nicola Sturgeon is driving Scotland towards independence, argues James Melville and Kat Cary
The former Prime Minister said in a speech that he agrees with George Orwell’s distinction between “patriotism” and “nationalism” and fears the Union of the UK could be over without fundamental constitutional reform.
Andy Myles, former Chief Executive of the Liberal Democrats and special adviser to the Scottish government, on the Prime Minister’s untenable ‘post-truth’ populism.
James Melville explains why the Brexit vote and now a Johnson victory has propelled him away from the Union to Scottish Independence.