Expert View UK’s obligations won’t go to zero if we quit with no deal... by Pavlos Eleftheriadis | 23.03.2017 House of Lords committee rejected opinion of two out of three experts in concluding our obligations would vanish if there’s no deal. Analysis Barnier’s red lines cut across May’s by John Wyles | 23.03.2017 EU negotiator sets out firm positions on UK settling bills, ECJ involvement in any transition and no “regulatory dumping” in future FTA. Expert View EU financial claims against the UK are enforceable by Pavlos Eleftheriadis | 22.03.2017 House of Lords has said UK can avoid paying a “Brexit bill”. This is the first of two articles arguing that we can’t. Analysis Short period for Brexit talks may have shrunk further by Luke Lythgoe | 16.03.2017 By failing to trigger talks this week, PM has given EU reason to wait until June to set its negotiating mandate. She could run out of time. 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 EU and UK talk peace but prepare for war by John Wyles | 02.03.2017 Rationality dictates that Brexit should end in a deal. But passion may trump logic. No wonder both sides are preparing for the worst. 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 Keep calm, Commons by David Hannay | 10.02.2017 There is too much frothing at the mouth over the Lords’ Brexit role. Comment MPs should amend bill to ensure scrutiny of Brexit deal by Hugo Dixon | 02.02.2017 Extracting a White Paper was like pulling teeth. It provides no comfort we can avoid a destructive Brexit. It’s too little, too late. Comment Success of Brexit talks hangs on meaning of “framework” by Hugo Dixon | 01.02.2017 Article 50 says our exit deal must take account of the framework for our future EU relationship. Unless that’s meaty, talks could collapse. Comment Labour’s abandonment of principles will cost it the future by Denis MacShane | 30.01.2017 Corbyn should be siding with the young (who voted for Remain) rather than the old (who voted for Brexit). He should give MPs a free vote. Comment 11 things needed from May’s Brexit White Paper by Hugo Dixon | 26.01.2017 Some have suggested a White Paper should merely repeat the PM’s speech last week. It may also not appear for weeks. That’s not good enough.