Raphael Hogarth / November 7, 2018
The darling of Conservative Party conference has a vital role to play in the coming months
How hard would the border become in the event that Brexit talks collapsed?
Allie Renison / November 6, 2018
The priority in the short-term is simply hanging on to what we already have
The logical consequence of leaving Europe is that we are worse off. Brussels bullying simply doesn’t enter into it
There would be some initial disruption but no long-term damage
Alex Dean / November 1, 2018
The Brexit hardliner refused to rule out another shot at the top job in future—but said she backs May to seek a good deal
State aid rules stop governments giving unfair handouts. Britain has pledged to keep them after Brexit, but how to build a regime that works?
The only way out of this mess is another referendum
Carl Baudenbacher / October 30, 2018
A leading European jurist says the plan for temporary EEA membership needs improvement