There's no sensible Brexit option that will get through parliament—it's time to revoke Article 50 and reconsider
Jolyon Maugham / March 11, 2019
Contradiction was baked into the Brexit result from the start. Now, its contradictions have proved irreconcilable
The "Glasgow model" has been widely praised as a way of tackling violent crime. Now, the same approach will be tried in London. But as knife crime continues to dominate the front pages, can it really...
Alan Renwick and Michela Palese / March 11, 2019
Election and referendum campaigns are letting voters down but simple measures could restore confidence
To understand the Brexit rebellion look to the broader forces at work in parliament
Jonathan Lis / March 8, 2019
All of Brexit’s theoretical flaws lead to one practical and as yet insoluble problem
Far from leading to better results, cost-benefit analysis too often provides a bogus rationale for bad decisions
Instead of selling things to women this International Women’s Day, how about fighting for their economic empowerment?
Sian Norris / March 8, 2019
Equality won’t be achieved by hosting a one-off inspirational event—especially one that enforces a narrative of financial success as a matter of individual effort
The protocol on Ireland/Northern Ireland is the clearest demonstration yet of how difficult it is to “take back control” of national borders
George Peretz / March 7, 2019
Various claims have been made but what is the legal reality?
Stephen Donnan / March 6, 2019
How can families of victims ever have any faith in the system of justice when those charged with maintaining good relations in this little corner of the world are happy to stomp all over that...