Article 50

Government loses Article 50 court fight

3 November 2016 10:34

The government has lost the High Court Article 50 case. The court has ruled that Article 50, the formal two-year…

The battle for Brexit moves to the High Court

13 October 2016 11:14

More than 17 million people voted for Brexit. Yet for some, that mandate isn’t quite enough. Today, the High Court…

A good Brexit is a hard Brexit

8 October 2016 8:17

What you really should have done if you were in Birmingham on Monday this week was skip the not notably…

Chris Grayling: UK won’t set out its negotiating position when it triggers Article 50

2 October 2016 11:02

So, what will be in the UK’s Article 50 letter? Boris Johnson had previously implied that the document would set…

Is Boris worrying that Brexit will never happen?

23 September 2016 10:13

Theresa May has made one thing clear: Brexit mean Brexit. But when will the Prime Minister actually pull the trigger…

The Brexit bounce continues – ten forecasters up their predictions for 2016 growth

21 September 2016 12:49

The Brexit bounce continues. HM Treasury has today released forecasts of the economists it follows, as it does every month.…

Imagine there’s no countries… and therefore no museums

10 September 2016 8:30

I’m not a great optimist about the whole Brexit thing, although my colleagues would mostly disagree. It’s as if we…

Theresa May’s honeymoon period comes to an end

5 September 2016 12:33

The Prime Minister and her colleagues are very slowly starting to reveal what they think they mean when they say…

Theresa May shows she wants to be defined by more than just Brexit

31 August 2016 11:45

Theresa May welcomed the Cabinet to Chequers with this address, just released by Number 10: ‘Thank you very much for…

Theresa May’s great Brexit brainstorm starts today

31 August 2016 8:05

Summer is over. Or at least as far as Theresa May is concerned it is, as the PM gathers her…

Forget the ‘Norway model’. Germany suggests UK could get ‘special’ EU status

17 August 2016 11:18

Britain’s decision to leave the EU sent shockwaves crashing throughout the continent. As Europe struggled to interpret the outcome of…

Jean-Claude Juncker comes out fighting over Brexit

26 July 2016 8:00

Although Theresa May has repeatedly assured us that ‘Brexit means Brexit’, we’re still no closer to finding out what that actually…

The Great British Trade-off: Why the path to Brexit might be painful

4 July 2016 14:51

So when can the UK start negotiating its own trade agreements? Throughout the campaign and thereafter, Brexiters have made passionate…

Vote Leave’s action plan shows why Brexit wouldn’t be a ‘leap in the dark’

15 June 2016 7:35

What do David Cameron and the likes of Ed Balls and Harriet Harman have in common? The answer: they’ve all…