The two sides must find a compromise or risk a collapse in talks
The years of 2017-19 were in many ways novel in Westminster, but in the turbulence, deep problems were exposed which are still with us today
The government is displaying the same incompetence that has defined the years since 2016
This dangerous piece of legislation threatens to undermine animal welfare and product standards
Prolonging the legal status quo is not necessarily the best outcome for the UK
Rows over an EU office in Belfast are really over something deeper
George Peretz / April 30, 2020
We will remain bound by EU rules for the duration of the crisis and beyond. What assistance measures will the commission permit?
When crisis hits, seemingly rigid beliefs can be overturned
Matthew Bevington / April 29, 2020
Many face a choice of giving up their British passport or, potentially, jeopardising their careers
David Henig / April 27, 2020
The usual approach to an impasse—waiting it out—is a luxury we do not have. Do government ministers quite realise the position the UK is in?