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. Comment Brexiters play man not ball in attack on Major by Luke Lythgoe | 20.03.2017 John Major has called on “ultra Brexiteers” to “stop shouting down” opponents. IDS and Rees-Mogg proceeded to shout him down. Analysis Brexit will gum up government for years by Hugo Dixon | 20.03.2017 One of the lesser known costs of Brexit is NHS, social care, regional development, etc getting neglected as government won’t have bandwidth. Analysis Leave’s Project Fear fast becoming Project Falsehood by Luke Lythgoe | 17.03.2017 During the referendum Brexiters scaremongered relentlessly over Turkey, superstates, cancer and more. Their predictions have proven fiction. Expert View If there’s no deal, government will merely make a statement... by David Hannay | 16.03.2017 This cat came out of the bag on Monday when House of Lords approved the Article 50 bill. The government’s policy is Brexit at any cost. Analysis Could Scotland quit UK and not even try to join EU? by Hugo Dixon | 15.03.2017 SNP is using Brexit as excuse to call new independence referendum. But it’s being coy about whether it would want to be back in EU. Analysis Wales feels powerless in face of Brexit by John Osmond | 14.03.2017 Cardiff doesn’t have Edinburgh’s independence threat or Belfast’s border issue to force Westminster to heed its concerns. Comment Cocky Brexiters casually threw our 300-year union up in air by Hugo Dixon | 13.03.2017 During referendum, Johnson et al dismissed risk that Brexit could lead to Scottish independence. Now they are ill prepared to stop it. Analysis Which Brexiters are hypocrites on EU citizens’ rights? by Luke Lythgoe | 10.03.2017 During the referendum, Leavers defended EU migrant rights. Now many pro-Brexit MPs aren’t practising what they preach. Read our dossier. Comment This is about parliament’s sovereignty not thwarting Brexit... by David Hannay | 09.03.2017 Brexiters vowed to take back control. So why is the government trying to stop parliament having a proper vote on final deal? Analysis Theresa May shouldn’t take Henry VIII powers by Nick Kent | 07.03.2017 In “Great Repeal Bill”, the PM is likely to ask for power to amend laws by order. If this happens, parliament would lose not take control. Comment Meaningful vote would stop May doing anything crazy by Hugo Dixon | 07.03.2017 Downing St says proper parliamentary scrutiny at end of Brexit would incentivise EU to offer us a bad deal. The argument doesn’t hold water.