Brexit

An independent London would be a Thatcherite dystopia

22 March 2017 13:17

Tottenham MP David Lammy has been writing in the Evening Standard about how it makes sense now for London to…

Tintin is an EU hero - but is Captain Haddock on Britain's side?

21 March 2017 16:42

Blistering barnacles! Thundering typhoons! What dastardly double-dealing! To bolster their puny team of pen-pushing, quota-quoting civil servants, those fiendish Brussels…

‘Ultra Brexiteers’: the new menace to polite society

21 March 2017 15:57

For someone who once branded his own Cabinet colleagues ‘bastards’ — and two decades later said he only called them…

The Brexit bunch are the real referendum whiners

21 March 2017 15:33

In an age of fanaticism, it was always unlikely that the urge to censor would be confined to the left.…

Rising inflation isn’t anything to panic about

21 March 2017 11:33

Predictably enough it didn’t take long for the rearguard Remain lobby, and other opponents of the government, to jump on…

What the papers say: Jean-Claude Juncker’s ‘deluded’ Brexit punishment talk

21 March 2017 9:34

Finally, we have a date: March 29th will see Theresa May trigger Article 50 and set the Brexit train in…

Revealed: the 63 Labour seats the Tories could snatch at the next election

20 March 2017 15:57

Theresa May has once again ruled out a snap general election but that doesn’t mean the temptation to hold one…

How quickly can a reciprocal rights deal be done for UK and EU citizens?

20 March 2017 15:18

The EU has been adamant that there will be no negotiation with the UK without formal notification that Britain is leaving. But…

Theresa May will trigger Article 50 next week

20 March 2017 11:57

The wait is over. Almost. Theresa May will trigger Article 50 – the first formal step in Britain’s departure from the…

If the EU didn’t like Boris’s prison guard joke, why conform to the stereotype?

20 March 2017 8:47

A few weeks ago, Boris Johnson made a point about the EU negotiations and the futility of the idea of…

What the papers say: Why Tony Blair is still wrong about Brexit

20 March 2017 8:37

Why did 17.4m people vote for Brexit? A long list of reasons have been put forward but Tony Blair thinks…

Sunday political interviews round-up

19 March 2017 19:03

Tim Farron’s fearsome foursome: May, Le Pen, Trump, Putin What can Tim Farron, leader of the Liberal Democrats, do to get…

Theresa May must call an election immediately

16 March 2017 16:23

Each day, I can see more clearly a pivotal line from Theresa May’s future biography: ‘Ultimately, her downfall can be…

‘Now is not the time’ – Theresa May plays hardball with Nicola Sturgeon

16 March 2017 14:25

Theresa May has just declared that ‘now is not the time’ for a Scottish independence referendum. Given that no referendum…

The Corbynistas abandon Corbyn

14 March 2017 15:41

Last night Jeremy Corbyn gathered with thousands of supporters on Parliament Square to protest against the government’s failure to guarantee…

Finita la commedia: the Brexit bill is (finally) passed

13 March 2017 23:06

For weeks, politicians on both houses of Parliament have been carrying on a drama where they pretend to get worked…

Another Scottish independence referendum? The Union can win it

13 March 2017 23:00

Fraser Nelson is joined by Alex Massie and James Forsyth to discuss IndyRef2: When will the politics ever end? Now…

Beware the cult of Brexit

13 March 2017 15:21

In their frequent moments of self-congratulation, conservatives describe themselves as level-headed and practical people. If there were a scintilla of…

How Theresa May can avoid IndyRef2

13 March 2017 14:12

Fraser Nelson is joined by Alex Massie and James Forsyth to discuss IndyRef2: Nicola Sturgeon has thrown down the gauntlet…

What were the Welsh thinking when they voted for Brexit?

12 March 2017 11:00

Goodness, Wales is gorgeous to look at. The landscape is sublime. I woke in Abergavenny to snow on the Black…

Guy Verhofstadt is playing politics with his ‘special arrangement’ offer to Brits

10 March 2017 13:02

Guy Verhofstadt thinks Brexit is a ‘disaster’, a ‘tragedy’ and a ‘catastrophe’. That verdict, from the European Parliament’s chief Brexit negotiator,…

The newspapers dump on Hammond’s National Insurance hike – again

10 March 2017 8:51

Theresa May and Philip Hammond were in a laughing mood in the Commons on Wednesday. After a second day of…

Why do so many French youngsters support Marine Le Pen?

9 March 2017 15:14

I’m very sceptical of the idea that the younger generation are more conservative than their elders, and that this makes conservatism…

Biggest loser from this Budget? The credibility of Tory tax promises

8 March 2017 15:52

There is a very big winner from today’s budget. Not adults in social care, not schools, but Ukip. Philip Hammond…

Jeremy Corbyn’s Brexit breakfast blunder

8 March 2017 14:18

We all know that Brexit means Brexit – but not if you’re Jeremy Corbyn, it seems. During his response to…