Comment Liberal Leavers try to shift blame for xenophobic Brexit by Charlie Mitchell and Hugo Dixon | 12.10.2016 They point the finger at May for stoking anti-foreigner rhetoric. But they made their own Faustian pact with UKIP. Comment BBC let public down with referendum coverage by Hugo Dixon | 03.10.2016 It didn’t challenge interviewees, make room for alternative views or inform the public adequately, despite what its director of news says. Comment 100 days after Brexit, don’t give up hope by Hugo Dixon | 01.10.2016 Most MPs who backed remain have run to the hills. The government seems heading for hard Brexit. But the game isn’t over yet. John Redwood resurrects Brexit myths by Charlie Mitchell | 26.09.2016 From the NHS to Britain's EU contributions, the MP for Wokingham rehashes Leave camp misleading statements. Here’s a bumper mythbust. Comment Why moving on from Brexit is easier said than done by David Hannay | 14.09.2016 It’s not just trade and investment. We must resolve a host of difficult issues about relations with the EU. Comment Trump’s “might is right” views spell trouble post-Brexit... by Michael Prest | 25.07.2016 The Donald has threatened to quit WTO, as well as casting doubt on Nato. If he’s president, UK outside EU may be vulnerable to bullying. Comment 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. Comment The ‘European Army’ marches again by Nick Witney | 21.07.2016 A European army will remain a myth. But the UK would do well to pursue voluntary defence cooperation with the EU. Comment Brexiteer optimists are guilty of hallucinations by Peter Sands | 21.07.2016 They say investors are coming, but deploy facts in a misleading way . We must make best of situation, but not pretend there isn’t a problem. Comment No time to waste in charting orderly EU exit by Peter Montagnon | 21.07.2016 Five-year Norway-style transition would give business certainty they crave. Comment U-turn on migration target raises hope of soft Brexit by Hugo Dixon | 20.07.2016 Johnson and Rudd have signalled government may abandon Cameron’s foolish migration target. That could make it easier to avoid a hard Brexit. Comment UK Academia: another jewel in the crown at risk from Brexit by David Hannay | 20.07.2016 Brexit a massive threat to UK scientific research, universities.