03 April 2019

Many MPs are keen supporters of the UK regaining an independent trade policy after Brexit but, argues Alex Stojanovic, they need to be clear-eyed about its practical benefits.

03 April 2019

After 33 months of insisting that her Brexit was the only option, the Prime Minister seems to have developed a new flexibility – but her new plan is not guaranteed success, says Jill Rutter.

02 April 2019

While the Prime Minister appears to have little room to manoeuvre, MPs may have run out of time to compromise and combine the options on offer. Maddy Thimont-Jack picks out three takeaways from the indicative votes.

02 April 2019

Parliament’s inability to coalesce around a single Brexit plan demonstrates the destructive effect of conducting parliamentary democracy against a fixed timetable, argues Dr Hannah White.

01 April 2019

To prepare for the possibility of government, it is vital that opposition parties meet with civil servants – but the process needs to be reformed, argues Dr Catherine Haddon.

01 April 2019

The fifth delay to the publication of the social care green paper is a cause for concern, writes Graham Atkins.

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. 

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