Comment Is EU migration falling faster than even ministers want? by Luke Lythgoe | 23.02.2017 We shouldn't read too much into one quarter's figures. But UK will be damaged by an abrupt fall in migrants. Even David Davis realises that. Comment BBC is playing it safe by John Wyles | 20.02.2017 Broadcaster is putting foundations under Brexit, rather than dealing with risky analysis about the potentially huge costs of withdrawal. Comment Lords have right and duty to amend Brexit bill by Hugo Dixon | 20.02.2017 Whatever one thinks about parliament’s second chamber, peers clearly have the right to amend the Brexit bill - and ask MPs to think again. Comment Blair is no Bliar about Brexit by Bill Emmott | 17.02.2017 Tony Blair is right that Britons deserve a say on Brexit’s terms. Comment The absent are always in the wrong by David Hannay | 16.02.2017 Theresa May should be attending the Rome Treaty’s 60th anniversary, in Britain’s own interests. Comment May’s idea of connecting EU to US is a bridge to nowhere by John Wyles | 10.02.2017 The PM hopes to retain influence post-Brexit by being a bridge between Trump and Europe. The idea is fanciful. 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 Keep calm, Commons by David Hannay | 10.02.2017 There is too much frothing at the mouth over the Lords’ Brexit role. Comment Let’s hope fake news over Corbyn’s exit is eventually true... by Hugo Dixon | 09.02.2017 Labour leader has dismissed rumours he will resign. But his position looks increasingly weak. If he goes, UK will get a stronger opposition. Comment Free movement is not as hardline as Theresa May thinks by Nick Kent | 09.02.2017 Our PM and other EU leaders talk as if free movement is absolute. The language in the underlying treaties is much more nuanced. Comment Don’t throw foreign policy baby out with EU bathwater by David Hannay | 08.02.2017 In Trump era, UK and EU need to work with each other more than ever. This will be tricky post Brexit, but not as hard as keeping trade open. Comment Hard Brexit deepens sectarian divide in Northern Ireland by Bruce Clark | 07.02.2017 Quitting customs union means return of border with the Republic. That’s increasing tensions between Protestants and Catholics.