Denis MacShane is the former British minister for Europe and first used the word Brexit in 2012. He writes on European policy and politics.
The Daily Telegraph’s attack on George Soros crosses a new lineDenis MacShaneFeb 15, 2018
TAP Goes to the Oscars: Sidestepping history, Dunkirk and Darkest Hour are custom-made for Brexit-era Britain.Denis MacShaneFeb 02, 2018
If Brexit actually happens, those most harmed will be the people who voted for it. How did Britain get into such a mess, and how might she yet muddle out of it?Denis MacShaneOct 16, 2017
In the aftermath of an inconclusive election, the United Kingdom faces a prolonged political stalemate and lost confidence in government.Denis MacShaneJun 27, 2017
We can learn a lot from European labor policy, but beware naive Sweden-envy.Denis MacShaneSummer 1993