The momentum is moving too slowly—but it is moving
Tom Clark / April 2, 2019
Brexit has exposed a deep rift in our politics. And it's not just May's government that's under threat—it's a the whole system of British governance
A vital measure to stabilise Britain's governance—or an unnecessary addition to politics that would do more harm than good? Our contributors debate
Peter Kellner / April 1, 2019
The fate of Britain’s economy, society and role in the world remains desperately uncertain
How will the indicative votes work? What are the proposed amendments? And what happens if there's (still) no clear outcome? We explain all...
Over the last 2,000 years we've never been able to make up our minds
On 29th March 2019, the day that Britain was originally scheduled to leave the European Union, we discussed with Editor’s Club members what happens now. What sort of Brexit will we end up with? Is...
Thank goodness the most dictatorial executive in modern British history is also the most incompetent
Jonathan Lis / March 29, 2019
MPs should be congratulated for seeing through the government’s cynical ruse today
The party is split and morale is low. But if millions will still vote for it in this state, imagine what it could do with a new leader and a new drive