Comment MPs hit spot with call for quick, detailed Brexit plan by Hugo Dixon | 14.01.2017 Cross-party committee, which includes Gove, rightly insists parliament is involved at start, middle and end of Brexit process. 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 EU gives UK time to reject bad Brexit deal by Hugo Dixon | 07.12.2016 Barnier says talks need to finish by Oct 2018 so European Parliament can ratify deal. That also means we could probably nix a bad deal. Dan Hannan’s problem with the truth by Charlie Mitchell | 29.11.2016 Time and time again arch-Brexiter and Tory MEP Daniel Hannan has been wide of the mark. Here are nine examples. Comment We cannot afford to have illusions about Trump by David Hannay | 09.11.2016 The US president-elect may not believe what he says. But his views are not in our interests. We should unite with like-minded Europeans. Comment 100 days after Brexit, don’t give up hope by Hugo Dixon | 01.10.2016 Most MPs who backed remain have run to the hills. The government seems heading for hard Brexit. But the game isn’t over yet. Comment How will we cooperate on fighting crime post Brexit? by David Hannay | 18.09.2016 Sovereignty ayatollahs want to pull out of schemes like Europol and negotiate bilateral deals from scratch. That won’t make us safer. Chinese takeaway, French film and another vote by Tim Gowers | 15.09.2016 In this allegory, mathematician Tim Gowers explains why it would be democratic to vote on the Brexit terms when we know them. Comment Why moving on from Brexit is easier said than done by David Hannay | 14.09.2016 It’s not just trade and investment. We must resolve a host of difficult issues about relations with the EU. Comment EU citizens living in UK mustn’t be used as pawns by Hugo Dixon | 28.07.2016 Theresa May still won’t give a hard guarantee that EU citizens living here can stay. Any threat to kick them out would be morally repellent. Comment Who will David Davis and Liam Fox talk to? by Hugo Dixon | 26.07.2016 Brexit chief doesn’t have counterparts in rest of EU, while other countries won’t have much to say to international trade tsar for years. Law isn’t main block on trade deals before leaving EU by Jack Schickler | 25.07.2016 Attempting to nail down terms of trade with the world before we’ve done so with Europe faces logistical barriers.