the boris-hating future of britain: straight up
"I don’t think anyone could have predicted that the man to lead us in this post-Brexit world would be Boris Johnson -- it's added a new level of failure to the political system."
all the weird stuff that happened in politics this week
Plus some good and some bad stuff. And a word you need to know.
Marie Le Conte
what will the post-brexit aesthetic be?
A deep dive into the fashion trends that might come to characterise Britain.
the petition to cancel brexit has hit one million signatures in record-breaking time
The British public really did that.
fashion, brexit and british identity
How a generation of young designers are claiming and redefining Britishness as positive, progressive and inclusive in fraught political times.
richard malone harks back to simpler times
As the uncertainty of Brexit looms large over this London Fashion Week, Irish designer Richard Malone uses the nostalgia of his childhood to return to a simpler time for autumn/winter 19.
brexit: everything you need to know about what happens next
What's going on? Will there be a second referendum? Or does Brexit really mean Brexit? Political journalist Marie Le Conte explains it all.
Marie Le Conte
the british fashion council are calling for another brexit referendum
The organisation says that the No Deal Brexit we’re currently facing should be avoided at all costs.
sharan dhaliwal: what does britishness mean in 2019?
Sharan Dhaliwal is a British-Indian woman who was working in the Houses of Parliament on March 22nd when it was attacked by Khalid Masood.
róisín lanigan: what does britishness mean in 2019?
Róisín Lanigan writes of growing up in a divided Belfast. Between British and Irish, Catholic and Protestant, and a younger generation railing against a conservative, religious establishment.
tom rasmussen: what does britishness mean in 2019?
Tom Rasmussen's definition of Britishness was formed growing up gender non-conforming in the matriarchal nail salons of Lancaster.
caspar baldwin: what does britishness mean in 2019?
Caspar Baldwin explores what it means to have grown up trans in Britain, and to live in a country where much of mainstream media blasts out transphobic abuse.