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Brexit blows a hole in Labour

Last week I declared that the Labour Party would be the chief casualty of Brexit. What I couldn’t have anticipated is how quickly the...

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...

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...

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...

Our anxious nation wants the humiliation to end. But how?

During an entertaining interview with the BBC’s former political editor Nick Robinson, Attorney General Geoffrey Cox was asked to recite the beginning of a...

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...

It’s official: UK private investors see Brexit as “an opportunity”

It seems that confidence remains high among the UK’s army of private investors, despite all the doom and gloom that permeates the mainstream media’s...

The real choice left is between May’s deal and a People’s...

The crunch point is coming. The spectre of defeat looms large, though who it’ll come for first is unclear. Who will give up their...

Why the UK’s economic prosperity lies outside the EU

A few years ago, I was lucky enough to buy my first house. In order to help pay the bills, I took on a...

Brexit: The Bank of England’s Horror Story

There has been a serious fault line running the Conservative party ever since it signed up to join the Common Market in 1971. A...

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