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Clarifying the practicalities of holding a people’s vote is a step...

  Government spokespeople haven’t budged much, but take a closer look and it is impossible to ignore the growing sense of awareness that the only...

Plan C: The Malthouse Compromise

The Conservative party lives on at the expense of the nation. We are told that Theresa May had a very rare moment of triumph last...

Could May’s deal be rescued by the Vienna Convention?

For all the talk of Parliament’s inability to agree on anything related to Brexit, MPs are united in their dislike of the backstop –...

The truth behind the Dominic Cummings witch-hunt

The coronavirus crisis has brought out the best and worst in people – and the witch-hunt against Dominic Cummings is an example of the...

A Dialogue of the Deaf?

Before her trip to Salzburg last week Theresa May had already embraced the description  “a bloody difficult woman”. She came back a bloody angry one...

Brexit: When the dust settles…

Brexit schmexit, as last Sunday’s Observer put it. Sentiments that my old Jewish granny would have echoed, adding perhaps that as long as we get a deal...

Theresa May’s deal is dead – time to move to a...

  Shortly after the largest government defeat in history justice minister Rory Stewart made a desperate plea: ‘enough of what most MPs are against. What...

Personalities and Perceptions

R E S P E C T – find out what it means to me. So sang the late, great Aretha Franklin: her best known hit,...

Mrs May launches scare campaign on dire consequences of a ‘no...

As Mrs May hunkers down in Downing Street, probably ruminating about a date for the ‘meaningful and critical vote’ on Brexit, she has now...

It was supposed to be recess-but-not-recess

At the end of January, the traditional half-term for our Parliamentarians - or recess, as it is commonly known - was cancelled. It was...

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