Plus: Ken Loach’s new film. Whatever the political motivation behind it, it did have several valid messages – and one is how the state can dehumanise people.
Leavers can’t afford to quit the field just because the battle is won, not with continuity Remain trying to thwart the result.
Garvan Walshe: The Government is making the same five strategic mistakes on Brexit that we made in Iraq
To avoid the same fate, May needs a Brexit Surge.
What stands in the way of the homes, jobs and savings proclaimed on the masthead of this site is not a state that’s too liberal, but one that’s not liberal enough.
Also: NI Conservatives unhappy but Tory-DUP alliance could – possibly – work; former Plaid leader quits party; and Blair accused of appeasing IRA to secure legacy.
The difficulty is supporting families in a way that doesn’t distort their choices.
If we want to control our laws, our economy and our trade agreements, we cannot stay in either arrangement.
Nadhim Zahawi: The claim that Brexit-set Britain will be a racist country is contemptible. And I’m living proof that it isn’t true.
We should commit to tackling racism where it exists – not working ourselves into paroxysms of outrage.
Plus: I upset Plaid. I recommend Matt Forde’s TV series. And: will a ticket to Norwich cost me £27.10 or £103.10?
It has been where there is an air of panic and chaos, with a government forced to bow its knee to the markets, that there is real political damage.
May’s team have got off to a good start, but as they take stock after conference some early challenges are clearly taking shape.
Despite all the fuss, her ideas thus far mainly involve helping working people through smaller government.
The only way to reconcile our different political desires peacefully is through the compromises inherent in representative democracy.
Also: Sturgeon warned that she risks repeating Labour’s mistakes by governing timidly; Hain hits out at Cardiff Bay for dodging referendum on powers; and more.
It would be ambitious – but given Brexit, such ambition is necessary.