Analysis Brexit will gum up government for years by Hugo Dixon | 20.03.2017 One of the lesser known costs of Brexit is NHS, social care, regional development, etc getting neglected as government won’t have bandwidth. Expert View If there’s no deal, government will merely make a statement... by David Hannay | 16.03.2017 This cat came out of the bag on Monday when House of Lords approved the Article 50 bill. The government’s policy is Brexit at any cost. Analysis Theresa May shouldn’t take Henry VIII powers by Nick Kent | 07.03.2017 In “Great Repeal Bill”, the PM is likely to ask for power to amend laws by order. If this happens, parliament would lose not take control. Comment Meaningful vote would stop May doing anything crazy by Hugo Dixon | 07.03.2017 Downing St says proper parliamentary scrutiny at end of Brexit would incentivise EU to offer us a bad deal. The argument doesn’t hold water. Comment Gove should put his vote where his mouth is on EU citizens by Hugo Dixon | 06.03.2017 Brexiter is on MP committee urging May to unilaterally guarantee EU citizens’ rights. He needs to follow through by backing Lords amendment. 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 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 Government grilled in Supreme Court Brexit hearing by Sam Ashworth-Hayes | 09.12.2016 The government will need to be proved right in every argument to proceed as it wishes. Its lawyers received something of a grilling. 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. Whatever courts say, Parliament should decide on Article 50 by Sam Ashworth-Hayes | 20.07.2016 Judges will decide whether PM can trigger formal EU divorce proceedings. Either way, MPs’ scrutiny likely to lead to better Brexit deal. Comment How could it be legitimate not to abide by referendum? by Hugo Dixon | 05.07.2016 Only if the will of the people or the options on the table demonstrably change. Even then a u-turn would need a new democratic mandate. Comment Leavers trash UK institutions they claim to want to empower by Jack Schickler | 24.05.2016 Campaigners’ message largely about restoring sovereignty - to bodies like Bank, Parliament and Treasury in which they show remarkably little faith.