Wendell Steavenson / August 18, 2016
Does it matter that England no longer resembles its capital city?
©Pavel Ignatov/Rex/Shutterstock We are only a few weeks into Britain’s long goodbye to the European Union and 99 per cent of the story is yet to unfold. One or two things, however, are certain....
Alex Renton / August 18, 2016
The case for independence is becoming harder to make
Brexit is not as widely supported as the new Prime Minister assumes
The city’s future prosperity depends on foreign investment
Calder Walton / August 10, 2016
What will happen to “the closest intelligence relationship between any two nation states in history”?
The EU should offer Britain a binary choice—it should remove all intermediate options such as the Norwegian, Swiss or “EEA-plus” and “EEA-minus” models
Post EU referendum, Government intervention is needed to steer the economy through choppy waters
A panel of contributors share their opinions
Charles Grant / July 28, 2016
Britain’s exit from the EU will be far more complicated than most British politicians realise