The most successful ones will be those that maintain their partnerships in Europe, but also look farther afield to forge new associations across the globe.
The manifesto represents an excellent first step on this journey, and I would encourage everyone, whichever party they support, to read it.
It would be an error to choose to fight on ground which is impossible to defend. We must develop a vision of a liberal UK outside the EU.
If ever a small community deserve a change of fortune, it is the residents of the island, and I will continue to play a small part in making life uncomfortable for those who let them down.
Quitting it would mean more scope for trade deals and lower prices. Modern countries don’t need such unions to do business.
The days are long gone when union leaders could do a good job for their members, while funding and influencing a political party.
It would simply replicate all the worst faults of the NHS and create a new set of problems.
The Audio Visual Media Services Directive is at odds with the principles of the Bill of Rights and the Magna Carta.
The overwhelming evidence, after years of trying, is that the political will and courage simply is not there.
Become educated, dress like you belong and join a political party.
It would be wrong to assume you can simply sweep reducing poverty into a wider social mobility plan: they are not the same.
Few noticed the Investigatory Powers Bill becoming law because all eyes are on the process of leaving the EU.
It should raise some £250 million a year – enough to increase the UK’s borders budget by 50 per cent.
We don’t need more laws with anti-strike provisions – the Government already has the tools to deal with the transport crisis.
Every period of university expansion in this country has met with opposition.