Stephanie Boland / June 9, 2017
Labour has eaten into the Tory majority, with implications that reach far beyond May's premiership
Britain’s exit from the EU will be impossibly complicated. Both parties can forget their ambitious manifesto pledges; they won’t have the time, or resources, to implement them
Given that negotiations start ten days after the election, that's a problem
Theresa May has "reset" her election campaign by talking about the "best deal" for Britain. Why does the Tories' fighting talk on Brexit work so well?
Tim Farron / May 30, 2017
From Donald Trump to the Tories' dogged pursual of a "hard Brexit," insular populism is winning. British liberals must fight to ensure our country remains tolerant and united
Sarah Olney / May 24, 2017
Nigel Farage was right—the tight result last year means there is “unfinished business”
Theresa May, unlike her predecessor, could deliver on it. But if she does, Britain will be poorer
Iain Begg / May 18, 2017
The divorce bill from the European Union could run to the tens of billions
Can Kate Hoey, a prominent Brexiteer, hold on to her seat when her constituents overwhelmingly voted “Remain”?