The Article 50 Bill starts its passage through the Commons today – uniting the Conservative Party and throwing Labour into disarray.
Nicky Morgan: Tolerance. Fairness. Looking outwards. The values I prize as I prepare to vote for Article 50.
We need to encourage people to find ways of belonging that don’t foster hatred, and allow people to mix with others from different backgrounds.
Iain Dale: No matter what detail the Government gives on Brexit, the Remainers will never be satisfied
Plus: Can Corbyn survive losing both by-elections? Trump has the tone of Mussolini and the content of Lindbergh. And: another Lib Dem blunder.
Too many politicians now treat diplomacy as an arena for domestic culture wars, but must recognise how ineffective, and harmful to our national interest, that can be.
“I had one of your guys in here the other day. Amazing guy. Brilliant guy. Gove. Gorgeous Gove. Wrote a tremendous article – a stupendous article – about me.”
Also: Rudd and Mundell rule out Scottish exceptions on single market and immigration; Welsh Labour team up with Plaid to fight for status quo; and more.
The vast majority of people are neither Not-In-My-Backyarders nor Yes-In-My-Backyarders but Maybe-In-My-Backyarders.
She is uninterested in playing the traditional Westminster game in which policies are presented as the final word from governments.
Christopher Howarth’s Guide to Brexit: Don’t panic, Leavers. Britain’s going Out – however the Supreme Court rules today
The claimants deserve their day in court. Ministers were right to appeal. And we will still leave the EU.
It has been fabulous to see ECOWAS stand up and enforce progress in their own region.
Graeme Archer: A charter for bullies. Infecting criminal justice with identity politics is a terrible, terrible mistake
And the physicist who reported the Home Secretary for ‘hate crime’, for wanting more British apprenticeships? He’s a fat idiot, yes. But mostly he’s a bully.
She needn’t to give a blow-by-blow account of the negotiations, but better communication would put any departure turbulence in its proper context.
We will be an ally, not a member, of the United States of Europe.
Chris Grayling: Don’t underestimate Corbyn – and how he could use a hung Parliament to become Prime Minister
John Curtice wrote recently about how the Labour leader could limp to power backed by the LibDems and the SNP.
If Labour doesn’t see itself as a party of power, it’s unsurprising that others don’t either.