Analysis ‘Project Fear’ debate will long outlive Osborne’s career... by Sam Ashworth-Hayes | 21.04.2017 The ex-chancellor may be standing down, but his “Project Fear” claims will remain fodder for Brexiters desperate to prove thriving economy. Comment Labour’s Brexit policy barely better than the Tories’ by Hugo Dixon | 19.04.2017 The opposition isn’t just committed to leaving the EU. It wants to quit the single market and probably customs union too. Analysis Brexit department tweets prove EU membership good for trade by Sam Ashworth-Hayes | 14.04.2017 Two tweets seem designed to show how bright our trading future will be outside EU. They actually show how bright it is inside EU. Analysis Brexit report ‘gloomy’ because Brexit reality is gloomy by Luke Lythgoe | 04.04.2017 Brexit MPs slam their own committee’s report as “unduly negative”. The document makes important recommendations based on evidence. 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 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. Comment Brexiters casually threw Gibraltar under their battle bus by David Hannay | 22.03.2017 Ministers don’t seem to care about damage Brexit could cause the Rock. Given that top Leavers claim to support Gibraltar, this is shameful. Expert View UK shouldn’t have a problem with WTO post-Brexit by Roderick Abbott | 13.03.2017 Although we will need to establish a tariff “schedule”, the government plan to mimic existing EU tariffs means there should be little hassle. Comment Economists for Brexit rebrand highlights the real issues by Bill Emmott | 10.03.2017 Roger Bootle’s rebranded lobby group underlines the fact that Brexit doesn’t just mean Brexit. Analysis €2bn fraud bill would be further spanner in Brexit talks by John Wyles | 09.03.2017 EU anti-fraud body wants UK fined for letting Chinese crime network evade customs duties. If Commission agrees, Brexit talks will sour fast. Analysis Brexit spectre haunts budget by Sam Ashworth-Hayes | 08.03.2017 Chancellor avoids the “B” word, but can’t avoid the problems it creates. Analysis Rejoining EFTA isn’t so bad if we must have Brexit by Michael Emerson | 08.03.2017 A House of Commons committee has called on the government to evaluate rejoining EFTA. This would be a good damage limitation exercise.