29 March 2019

The latest defeat for the Prime Minister means another emergency trip to Brussels on 10 April. Georgina Wright looks at what Theresa May should expect.

29 March 2019

If the Prime Minister decides to call a general election then this will inevitably mean a long delay to Brexit, says Dr Catherine Haddon.

29 March 2019

After another defeat for the Prime Minister, Jill Rutter attempts to work out what happens next in the UK

28 March 2019

All of the proposed options were defeated when MPs ‘took back control’ of the Brexit process through a series of indicative votes – but the results still illustrate where (and how) consensus might emerge, writes Maddy Thimont Jack. 

25 March 2019

The completion of the European Commission’s no deal preparations highlight how much the UK will need the EU’s help if it Brexits without a deal, says Tim Durrant.

21 March 2019

The mantra that EU negotiations always go to the wire ignores the fact that the PM signed her Withdrawal Agreement in November. Even if (and that's a big if) a deal goes through, the UK now faces the prospect of a long transition, argues Jill Rutter.

20 March 2019

The EU27 are prepared to wait until 28 March to grant an extension to Article 50, but only if the UK passes the Brexit deal next week. If MPs are serious about avoiding a no deal, their only option may be a longer extension, argues Georgina Wright.

20 March 2019

Both the Government and backbenchers have suggested there might be a series of votes to test Parliament’s Brexit preference. The process is doomed to fail if MPs refuse to compromise, argues Joe Owen.

19 March 2019

The Government should not have been caught off guard by the Speaker's meaningful vote ruling – but the convention can be worked around, writes Dr Catherine Haddon.

14 March 2019

The Government has compounded its loss of control of Parliament with a loss of control of Cabinet – but the Prime Minister could yet found a way through, argues Jill Rutter