Comment MPs try to muzzle BBC on Brexit by Sam Ashworth-Hayes | 21.03.2017 The broadcaster let the public down badly during the referendum. It mustn’t let itself be nobbled during the negotiations. Analysis Brexit spectre haunts budget by Sam Ashworth-Hayes | 08.03.2017 Chancellor avoids the “B” word, but can’t avoid the problems it creates. Leave.EU slurs child refugee by Sam Ashworth-Hayes | 07.03.2017 Pro-Brexit pressure group implied a child refugee was arrested on terror offenses. He wasn’t. Leavers still hypocrites on NHS spending plans by Sam Ashworth-Hayes | 10.02.2017 Despite brazen claims during the campaign, Leavers vote against NHS spending clarity. Comment Britain’s very own “stab-in-the-back” by Sam Ashworth-Hayes | 15.12.2016 Brexiters are beginning to blame Remainers for their own policy failings. We must not let them. Comment Hammond is right; the UK needs a transitional deal by Sam Ashworth-Hayes | 14.12.2016 If we leave the EU with no trade deal in place, the economic damage will be immense. There has to be time after Brexit to reach a new arrangement with Europe. Comment Government grilled in Supreme Court Brexit hearing by Sam Ashworth-Hayes | 09.12.2016 The government will need to be proved right in every argument to proceed as it wishes. Its lawyers received something of a grilling. NIESR report doesn’t mean Brexit will help the low paid by Sam Ashworth-Hayes | 07.12.2016 Thinktank estimates that a cut in migration may put up their wages a tad - all things being equal. But they’ll be hurt in other ways. Comment Continued attacks on judicial independence out of order by Sam Ashworth-Hayes | 05.12.2016 The rule of law must stand above the rule of the crowds Comment Brexit in the time of Trump by Sam Ashworth-Hayes | 14.11.2016 Trump presidency raises big uncertainties for Brexit Britain. Farage judges the judges by Sam Ashworth-Hayes | 11.11.2016 UKIP leader told BBC viewers it’s “difficult” to trust High Court judgments. His reasoning is flawed. Comment Liam Fox’s dream will make UK more fat and lazy by Sam Ashworth-Hayes | 12.09.2016 One consequence of Brexit will be less trade with the EU, less competitive pressure on industry and lazier businesses.