Jonathan Lis / September 5, 2019
The Labour leader has risen to the occasion at a time of national crisis. But a huge amount hinges on what he does next
Steve Peers / September 4, 2019
Contrary to some claims the bill does not grant the EU the power to extend membership indefinitely
Rik Worth / September 4, 2019
Where parliament is obsessed with etiquette, working-class people are more interested in manners—and the difference between the two explains a lot about our political system
Prospect Team / September 4, 2019
The Lords is preparing to potentially debate the "Benn bill" to prevent a no-deal Brexit. But it's going to be a long week...
Paul Whiteley and Harold D Clarke / September 4, 2019
The result of a general election will be hard to predict. But what do polling trends say about Boris Johnson, Jeremy Corbyn, the Liberal Democrats and the Brexit Party?
Siobhán Fenton / September 3, 2019
Arlene Foster said she'd prefer to focus on Brexit negotiations ahead of any election. However, she may also be conscious of the fact that her party risks losing its position as Westminster...
Conservative Remainers must swallow their pride and back Boris—that’s the only way to get what they want
Jason Reed / September 3, 2019
Tories who would rather avoid both No Deal and Revoke must turn a blind eye to Boris’s bellowing and Cummings’s evil stares and throw their support behind this government
Andrew Adonis / September 3, 2019
As the constitutional crisis mounts, there is more reason than ever to think the House of Commons itself should choose the next PM
Julian Baggini / September 3, 2019
The prorogation protests will only work, however, if they transcend the Leave/Remain divide
Prospect Team / September 3, 2019
What is Purdah—and would the government's Prepare for Brexit advertisements, and no-deal preparations, breach it?