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The Single Market Taboo Won't Last Forever

, 7 June 2022
Martin Shaw explains why a softer Norway-style Brexit was derailed by Boris Johnson's anti-immigrant rhetoric, and how the tide may be slowly turning

Laura Kuenssberg’s Time as BBC Political Editor has been a Catastrophic, Systemic Failure

, 30 March 2022
Thanks to managers at the BBC, the outgoing Kuenssberg repeated lies rather than challenging them, says former BBC journalist Patrick Howse

Why We Should be Worried About Boris Johnson’s Civil Service Promotion of Gisela Stuart

, 16 February 2022
Baroness Stuart’s crucial role in EU Referendum controversies should rule her out of a top position demanding impartiality and integrity, says former Labour MP Ian Lucas

The Online Arms Race Benefits the Conservatives at the Expense of Democracy

, 17 January 2022
Former Labour MP Ian Lucas explores how politics is being warped by online surveillance, data harvesting and ruthless social media campaigning – and why opposition parties need to take action to tackle this

From Conrad’s Kurtz to Enoch Powell: Conservatism Takes a Dark Turn to the Past

, 23 December 2021
Under Boris Johnson’s leadership, the Conservative Party has reversed half a century of attempts at post-imperial reform, and – regardless of whether the Prime Minister stays or goes – is now embarked on an ethno-nationalist, protectionist, statist project, with major institutional changes afoot, observe Peter Jukes and Hardeep Matharu

The Populist Alliance: How Vote Leave Came to Rule British Politics

, 21 December 2021
Even despite the resignation of Lord David Frost, the hard Brexit project has been enshrined into Britain’s political institutions with far-reaching consequences, says former Labour MP Ian Lucas

The Disaster that Dare Not Speak Its Name

, 22 November 2021
From the October print edition of Byline Times, Jonathan Lis explains how Brexit has distorted British politics to such an extent that its untruths will now keep everyone trapped in its chaos

The Vote Leave Regime Knows Our Election System Can Be Corrupted – So Won’t Do Anything to Change It

, 11 November 2021
Former Labour MP Ian Lucas – author of the forthcoming book Digital Gangsters – says Downing Street knows that British politics is broken but has a stake in preserving this

Even as the World Burns, Johnson has to Play his Anti-Immigrant Fiddle

, 1 November 2021
The Prime Minister activated his base in the one way he really knows how, when he claimed that the fall of the Roman Empire has great lessons for today’s climate emergency, says Hardeep Matharu

A Winter of Discontent? Maybe. A Frozen Government for Sure

, 22 October 2021
Peter Jukes looks at the differences between the crises of the 1970s and the current state of Brexit Britain – and finds some surprising but chilling echoes 

Cummings’ Brexit Confessions Reveal the Hollow Heart of a Hallowed Project

, 12 August 2021
Jonathan Lis explains how the admissions of leading Brexiters five years on expose the continuing corruption of British politics by outright lies

Subverting the ‘Will of the People’: How Brexit Sowed the Wind

, 2 August 2021
Chris Grey explores the forces unleashed by Brexit and how they reveal the weaknesses of Britain’s unwritten Constitution – vulnerable in its reliance on norms and conventions to deliver representative democracy

Vote Leave’s Tearing Up of the Rules Comes Back to Bite its Leaders

, 13 July 2021
The ‘culture war’ waged by Boris Johnson and Priti Patel relies on fear and silence – which is why Tyrone Mings’ intervention has been so powerful and unprecedented, says Sam Bright

From Machiavelli to Winnie the Pooh. Johnson’s Unfitness Confirmed – But Why Only Now?

, 5 July 2021
Otto English dissects Dominic Cummings’ latest revelations about the Prime Minister’s character and his own role in Boris Johnson’s rise

Voter Fraud is a Fallacy: These Are the Real Dangers to British Democracy

, 11 May 2021
Sam Bright explains that there are more investigations into the Prime Minister’s conduct than annual voter fraud convictions, and lists the genuine threats to democracy in the UK

The COVID Chumocracy

, 22 September 2020

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