Denis MacShane is the former British minister for Europe and first used the word Brexit in 2012. He writes on European policy and politics.
In a scathing open letter, the French president called on Europeans to unite against the rising tide of populist nationalism.Denis MacShaneMar 05, 2019
Theresa May and Jeremy Corbyn pirouette as British politicians show themselves unable to handle Brexit.Denis MacShaneFeb 28, 2019
As the acid of Brexit dissolves politics, Theresa May’s hopes of winning a majority for her deal gets much harder.Denis MacShaneFeb 19, 2019
But the odds of Britain crashing out of the EU are ominously increasing.Denis MacShaneJan 30, 2019
Despite House of Commons drama, Britain is no closer to finding the answer to Brexit.Denis MacShaneJan 17, 2019