Carl Baudenbacher / October 30, 2018
A leading European jurist says the plan for temporary EEA membership needs improvement
The latest Brexit plan has come too late in the day
The practical and legal obstacles to a second referendum cannot be overcome, says a former Lord Justice of Appeal
Stephen Laws / October 23, 2018
Britain’s former first parliamentary counsel says MPs are not being side-lined despite the arguments about process
Tom Clark / October 21, 2018
What exactly will MPs vote on? What changes if the government loses? And is there any guarantee that the vote will be “meaningful” at all? Your ultimate guide to a Very Important Moment in...
The government is moving in this direction but obstacles remain
Has any other recent political process generated so many strange comparisons? Asks Christopher Grey
Maddy Thimont Jack / October 17, 2018
There is now barely enough time left for the required parliamentary processes
The Shadow Treasury Minister tells Prospect: "We now see other EU countries threatening to use financial regulation to shut UK firms out of their markets"
Jay Elwes / October 16, 2018
The Chair of the Treasury Select Committee answers Prospect's questions about Brexit, China and the future of the banking sector