Comment How May can get Brexit negotiations off to good start by David Hannay | 09.01.2017 Give parliament time to debate her plan, make clear there’ll be no unilateral move against EU citizens and accentuate the positive. Comment Can we change our mind after triggering Article 50? by Hugo Dixon | 13.12.2016 This is one of the most important questions about the Brexit process. A case being filed in the Irish High Court could provide the answer. Comment Labour hasn’t fallen into Tory trap with Commons motion by Hugo Dixon | 08.12.2016 Its call for a plan wasn’t precise enough and agreeing to trigger Art 50 by March carries risks. But motion still step in right direction. Comment What’s the plan? by Hugo Dixon | 06.12.2016 Theresa May must produce Green Paper setting out Brexit plan two months before triggering Article 50 so public and MPs can debate it fully. Comment Continued attacks on judicial independence out of order by Sam Ashworth-Hayes | 05.12.2016 The rule of law must stand above the rule of the crowds Comment Handwritten note shows desperate need for Brexit plan by Hugo Dixon | 29.11.2016 Though context of note carried by aide in Downing St is unclear, it suggests government still has little clue what to do. Comment EEA membership means transitional deal already in place by Peter Wilding | 29.11.2016 British Influence chair argues judicial review of government view that quitting EU means leaving EEA could pave way for smart Brexit. Comment Fog in the Channel by David Hannay | 21.11.2016 Omens for the two major Brexit negotiations look poor. Comment Theresa May charges on without a plan, without a clue by Hugo Dixon | 15.11.2016 Leaked memo from consultant confirms what we already knew. Cabinet is split and PM is a control freak putting Tory party above country. Farage judges the judges by Sam Ashworth-Hayes | 11.11.2016 UKIP leader told BBC viewers it’s “difficult” to trust High Court judgments. His reasoning is flawed. Comment A pale and unconvincing story by David Hannay | 08.11.2016 Theresa May should take a leaf out of her own book and bring her negotiating strategy to parliament before triggering EU's divorce clause. 5 things the press got wrong on the Article 50 judgement by Charlie Mitchell | 04.11.2016 From disputing the judgement to violent rhetoric against it, the Mail and Express launched a savage attack but were wrong on many aspects.