Jonathan Lis / September 11, 2020
The Brexiteers’ permanent breach of trust is unforgivable
If you care about parliamentary scrutiny you need to look at the coming slew of Brexit statutory instruments
Ruth Fox and Brigid Fowler / September 11, 2020
Coronavirus and EU exit have exposed the unacceptable scrutiny regime governing delegated legislation
Steve Peers / September 10, 2020
And what might happen next?
A government that undermines the rule of law is a contradiction
Raphael Hogarth / September 7, 2020
Why are ministers reportedly poised to introduce legislation that undermines their commitments on state aid?
The Labour leader’s reticence is understandable but he cannot avoid the issue for ever
Rachel Sylvester / September 3, 2020
A career diplomat who has given up on diplomacy where Europe is concerned, David Frost now holds Britain's future in his hands. What motivates him?
Jonathan Lis / August 27, 2020
No 10 will not be able to lay responsibility for a no-deal outcome at Brussels’ door
Georgina Wright / August 25, 2020
Contrary to recent reports, the European Union knows Britain could walk away and is preparing accordingly
Anna Jerzewska / August 10, 2020
With the quantity of trade at stake, such terms should not be the sole preserve of customs specialists