Hugo Dixon |

Hugo Dixon is a campaigner, journalist and entrepreneur. He was active in the campaign to stop Brexit, as Chair of InFacts and Deputy Chair of the People's Vote campaign. He also co-founded CommonGround. He founded Breakingviews in 1999, which he chaired until it was sold to Thomson Reuters in 2009. He writes columns for The Independent, The Guardian, The Times, The Financial Times, Politico and other publications. He is author of The In/Out Question: Why Britain should stay in the EU and fight to make it better, and The Penguin Guide to Finance.


We must make migration work for all

by Hugo Dixon | 25.08.2016

While migration has on balance been good, it hasn’t helped everybody. Whatever happens to EU free movement, we must share the benefits.


Two-step deal isn’t silver bullet

by Hugo Dixon | 09.08.2016

If we spent several years in a half-way house post Brexit, we might avoid immediate trauma. But we’d also have to swallow some bitter pills.


Merkel owes us one for Turkey charade

by Hugo Dixon | 08.08.2016

With Erdogan backing death penalty, Turkey won’t be able to join EU. Pity UK voters didn't know Merkel’s offer of fast entry wasn‘t serious when they voted to quit.


One month on from June 23: look to future

by Hugo Dixon | 23.07.2016

We must minimise damage of Brexit vote and strive to keep our country open and united, while hoping to stay in EU if people’s will changes.