Jill Rutter argues that both politicians and civil servants need to act as though they understand the value of civil service impartiality.
The Citizens’ Assembly of Scotland is an innovative approach but it needs buy-in from across the political spectrum, argues Jess Sargeant.
MPs who want to block no deal are upping the stakes before we have a new PM – but the plan to control Brexit by controlling spending is unlikely to succeed, says Maddy Thimont Jack
Winning a campaign is a very different challenge to running the country – both prime ministerial contenders need to start planning for office now, says Tim Durrant
With the two Conservative leadership candidates insisting that a no deal Brexit must remain on the table, Joe Marshall argues that leaving the EU without a deal presents significant legal risks.
Marcus Shepheard runs through the strategies, visions and funding pledges which were announced at London Tech Week.
Under a no deal Brexit, the UK would face much of the same obstacles as now – only it would be in a weaker negotiating position, argues Georgina Wright.
The Prime Minister’s legacy should be making explicit why she thought a deal was better than no deal – and do it in time to affect the outcome of the Tory leadership race, argues Joe Owen.
Jill Rutter argues that this government’s biggest economic policy decision should not be made by a piece of secondary legislation with minimal discussion and debate.
The Government’s latest technology strategy is lacking in ambition and measurable commitments, argues Lewis Lloyd.