Where the parties stand on Brexit

by Rachel Franklin | 18.05.2017

Our cut-out-and-keep guide to their plans for trade, quitting with no deal, citizens’ rights, a future referendum and parliamentary votes.


Missed opportunity to kick Kate Hoey out

by Hugo Dixon | 10.05.2017

Instead of splitting vote four ways, pro-European parties should have agreed on a primary to choose a common candidate to fight Brexiter.


An election is just what the judges want

by Bill Emmott | 12.12.2016

The Mail on Sunday doesn’t get it. If the Supreme Court decides only Parliament can trigger Brexit, a snap general election would be the judges’ friend, not enemy.