Comment Hostility of pro-Brexit press risks poisoning talks by Luke Lythgoe | 07.04.2017 From “blackmail” to Gibraltar, papers seem intent on stoking anti-EU animosity while politicians on both sides talk of goodwill. Analysis Theresa May must now balance two sets of red lines by Luke Lythgoe | 05.04.2017 Before triggering Article 50, the PM’s red lines came from hard-Brexiters in the UK. Now the EU has begun setting its own rules. Analysis What have we learned since Article 50 was triggered? by Luke Lythgoe | 30.03.2017 No political bombshells have been dropped since Theresa May triggered Article 50. But a few comments are already shifting the debate. Comment PM must deny security is bargaining chip by Hugo Dixon | 30.03.2017 May’s letter contained language which has been interpreted as blackmail. She should clarify she doesn’t intend to do anything so foolish. Analysis Theresa May half abandons “cake and eat it” approach by Hugo Dixon | 29.03.2017 PM didn’t repeat threats, didn’t refuse to pay what we owe and said there are consequences of quitting. But her hopes are still unrealistic. Comment In Brussels, Brexit probably does mean Brexit by John Wyles | 29.03.2017 Reaching Brexit agreement is not overriding priority for many EU states. Sooner Britain leaves, sooner focus can shift to other problems. Comment Why Brexit is such a bad idea by Hugo Dixon | 29.03.2017 It’s bad for the economy, the young and the unity of the UK. It also means less control not more. It’s not too late to stop the madness. Analysis All you wanted to know about Article 50 but never dared ask by Luke Lythgoe & Hugo Dixon | 29.03.2017 Pressing the red button isn’t end of the Brexit process or even the beginning of the end. Here’s our guide to 18 twists and turns in store. Analysis Can government stick to these 12 promises in Brexit talks? by Luke Lythgoe | 28.03.2017 Ministers have made a number of strong commitments ahead of Brexit talks. Here’s our guide to how likely it is they’ll keep their word. 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.