It is clear that some peers are not so much focused on Parliamentary sovereignty as on finding a backdoor way to thwart and reverse the referendum result.
The committee of which I’m a member recommends that the Government unilaterally commit to safeguard their rights. But this amendment does nothing to help.
Our bilateral relationship is at its most strained since the end of the Cold War. But we should try none the less to work with the country on as many levels as possible.
The Government appears bumbling, directionless and out-of-ideas before Article 50 has even been triggered.
If there is one lesson we learnt from the EU referendum last year, it is that people are crying out for more control over their lives.
Andy Street is the right candidate in the right place at the right time.
We need to ensure all parents can make real choices about how they work and care for their children.
And the Government needs in the forthcoming Budget to map out a plan for the great challenges of our time: squeezed incomes, changing work, mass migration.
The EU’s approach suffers from significant shortcomings.
Whether or not we like the choice American voters made, we should respect it.
The second piece in our pre-Budget series on how to eliminate the structural deficit.
We have a head start but must keep updating the ways we defend creative products.
The first piece in our mini-series on reducing the deficit explores ideas from addressing ‘grey welfare’ to closing Whitehall departments.
The current tax regime levies much higher taxes on one of Britain’s most important exports than on other forms of alcohol.
‘Socialism in the 21st Century’ could be a vote winner – the Opposition should pick up where Miliband left off.