Denis MacShane is the former British minister for Europe and first used the word Brexit in 2012. He writes on European policy and politics.
Prime Minister Theresa May’s long-awaited deal is likely to be voted down in the House of Commons. If it somehow survives, it is only the beginning of a long, painful, and needless slog.Denis MacShaneNov 19, 2018
With the impending departure of German Chancellor Angela Merkel, the continent’s fragmentation intensifies.Denis MacShaneNov 01, 2018
As Brexit nears, Economic Britain moans but does not mobilize, complains but does not campaign.Denis MacShaneOct 26, 2018
It is not too late for the United Kingdom to learn from other EU member-states that with stricter labor market rules and better job training, there is nothing to fear from immigration.Denis MacShaneOct 02, 2018
What happens next, as neither major political party can find a Brexit position that reflects what most Britons want?Denis MacShaneJul 10, 2018