Comment Ireland given a sober warning over Brexit by Bruce Clark | 13.12.2016 Brexiters promised Northern Ireland greater autonomy in the world economy. But the House of Lords is clear that the opposite is happening. Comment Can we change our mind after triggering Article 50? by Hugo Dixon | 13.12.2016 This is one of the most important questions about the Brexit process. A case being filed in the Irish High Court could provide the answer. Comment Labour hasn’t fallen into Tory trap with Commons motion by Hugo Dixon | 08.12.2016 Its call for a plan wasn’t precise enough and agreeing to trigger Art 50 by March carries risks. But motion still step in right direction. 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 EU gives UK time to reject bad Brexit deal by Hugo Dixon | 07.12.2016 Barnier says talks need to finish by Oct 2018 so European Parliament can ratify deal. That also means we could probably nix a bad deal. Comment Free movement is not frozen movement by Denis MacShane | 07.12.2016 Confirming the reciprocal rights of UK and other EU citizens is well-intentioned. But it is hard to do and shows how complex Brexit is. Comment What’s the plan? by Hugo Dixon | 06.12.2016 Theresa May must produce Green Paper setting out Brexit plan two months before triggering Article 50 so public and MPs can debate it fully. 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 Renzi’s Referendum Loss Could Complicate Brexit by Bill Emmott | 05.12.2016 Italian Referendum outcome could divert European political attention away from Brexit, add weight to case for snap UK general election Dan Hannan’s problem with the truth by Charlie Mitchell | 29.11.2016 Time and time again arch-Brexiter and Tory MEP Daniel Hannan has been wide of the mark. Here are nine examples. Comment Dead hand of Downing Street lost referendum by Hugo Dixon | 21.10.2016 Book by Cameron’s director of communications is meant as defence of his boss’s Brexit strategy. It ends up exposing seven bad errors. Boris’ secret article presents strong pro-remain arguments by Charlie Mitchell | 18.10.2016 Johnson disregarded his own reasons for remaining when he supported Brexit. Britain is now struggling with the effects he predicted.