Following Amber Rudd’s resignation from the Cabinet over the Prime Minister’s plans for a ‘no deal’ Brexit, a hardline figure has been handed her job at the Department for Work and Pensions.
As the Prime Minister’s Shakespearean comedy rumbles on, there is still a very real risk that it all might turn to tragedy instead.
The fatal flaw in the Prime Minister’s plans to create 100 new ‘no deal’ Brexit-supporting peers.
As cliff-edge Britain searches around for historical analogies to a ‘No Deal’ Brexit, Arthur Snell discovers an infamous King and his ill-fated adviser are the most telling of all.
BeLeave whistleblower Shahmir Sanni named various individuals involved in electoral wrongdoing during the 2016 EU Referendum – now they’re in power.
Simon Roach reveals the main players and interests in the Boris Johnson regime – and most lead back to Vote Leave and Donald Trump
A sense of British exceptionalism based on our colonial past is “alive and kicking” in hearts and minds – and we must make ourselves aware of it, warns Lord Victor Adebowale
“Lessons can still be learned from the previous period of ‘no deal’ planning, where in some cases rushed decisions meant taxpayers’ money was not spent well,” says National Audit Office.
David Hencke’s analysis of the restrictive measures being drawn up by European countries and EU member states on the post-Brexit fate of British nationals seeking to make their lives there.
Steven Barnett, Professor of Communications at Westminster University, on why broadcasters, academics and members of the public should be careful to trust newspaper coverage of polls and call out bogus claims about public opinion.
A cross-party group of 75 MPs argued that proroguing Parliament would be a breach of the British constitution.
Henry Porter on why he remains optimistic that Brexit can be stopped and why giving in to pessimism will never be the answer.
David Hencke speculates on Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s limited options as he tries to keep hold of power in the face of a disorderly Brexit and a rebellious Parliament.
British manufacturing already suffering from as Boris Johnson gambles on a ‘no deal’ crash out of the European Union.
Otto English on why the realities of high office are dawning on our new Prime Minister.
Peter Jukes dissects the populist, nationalist ideologue’s BBC performance and the Prime Minister’s failure to account for his relationship to him and his company Cambridge Analytica.
The first step towards rebuilding our country is to acknowledge the profoundness of the damage symbolised by Boris Johnson’s rise to power.
Otto English on how the new prime minister’s appointment of the toxic trio Dominic Cummings, Matthew Elliott and Chloe Westley is a massive hostage to fortune.
New guidance published by the Department for Transport reveals the upheaval a ‘no deal’ Brexit will cause for those looking to drive in EU countries.
Otto English continues his investigation into how Nigel Farage’s party is recruiting potential MPs – who have to pay a non-refundable £100 upfront…
A new report, co-authored by a Conservative MP, sheds more light on Vladimir Putin’s sinister hybrid war, which – tested in Ukraine in 2014 – was then brought to Britain, the EU and the US.
Britain has not really faced up to losing an empire and the unresolved cost is playing out through the traumas of Brexit.
Newcastle resident Molly Greeves’ take on how people in the north east feel about the decision to leave the EU three years on.
Stephen Colegrave speaks to Ed Davey, Liberal Democrat Party leadership contender about climate change, green party deals and what will happen if Johnson and Farage form an electoral pact. Ed Davey is preparing for an election. Not his party’s leadership election, but a general election. He knows that Brexit will be the big issue and…
Otto English on his attempts to discover who Nigel Farage’s parliamentary candidates – announced by the Brexit Party leader last month but never formally identified – actually are.
Jonathan Portes, Professor of economics and public policy at King’s College London, on why the UK has long been a country shaped by immigration and immigrants – and how the reality of this is not as bad as the rhetoric portrays.
With the likely next Prime Minister, Boris Johnson, praising Britain today as the ‘Greatest Place on Earth’ all the unlearned lessons of Empire are coming back to haunt us.
After an Electoral Commission investigation into Brexit Party PayPal donations, Otto English has questions about their recruitment of MPs.