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Don’t cry for me, Brexit Britain…

by Michael Emerson | 20.10.2017

Forget Boris Johnson’s asinine pep talks. The damage done by Brexiters to our economy, democracy and society is a tragedy.


Labour must come clean about Brexit

by Michael Prest | 17.10.2017

Its policy is almost as confused as the Tories’. This is bad both for Labour and the country. It should make the case to stay in the EU.


No deal could and should mean No Brexit

by Hugo Dixon | 16.10.2017

Brexit extremists want UK to crash out with no deal. More they push this scenario, more likely they are to end up with no Brexit at all.


Brextremists are the real saboteurs

by Hugo Dixon | 13.10.2017

Daily Mail et al want Hammond fired. But they’re the ones who want to torpedo talks. That would destroy country and pave way for Marxism.

Expert View

Regulatory Mayhem ahead

by David Hannay | 12.10.2017

Rules are needed to protect people and ensure frictionless trade in world’s largest market. May doesn’t have plan to avoid regulatory cliff.


May crosses more Brexiter red lines

by Hugo Dixon | 10.10.2017

Rees-Mogg’s main red line has gone, two of Johnson’s in doubt. How long before hardliners explode and public realise they were sold a pup?


What game, if any, is Theresa May playing?

by Hugo Dixon | 09.10.2017

Her “ball is in your court” ploy is either a sign of paralysis or she’s trying to look tough with hardliners so she can sack Boris Johnson.