A curious alignment of remainer Unionists and Scottish nationalists was convinced that Brexit would cause the end of the UK. Fortunately, they were wrong.
Their final attempt to prevent Brexit is undemocratic and destined to fail.
They will debate. They may even ask the Commons to look again. But the Bill will pass.
The issue must be addressed, and it will be. Opposition wrecking efforts are the wrong way to go about it.
The claimants deserve their day in court. Ministers were right to appeal. And we will still leave the EU.
It’s time for mistaken claims to the contrary to be consigned to history.
Conservatives who fought for Remain, whatever the reason, deserve to be treated with grace and respect.
Britain and Ireland have gradually built a better relationship. There’s no reason why it should be bust by Brexit.
Such temporary arrangements are complex, time-consuming and have a nasty habit of becoming permanent.
The very fact of a US President who is positive about Brexit is a remarkable change.
The Canadian dispute came about due to a very specific set of circumstances. We will be more fortunate.
If we want to control our laws, our economy and our trade agreements, we cannot stay in either arrangement.
Contrary to alarmist claims the devolved administrations will be the beneficiaries of a more vibrant UK and new responsibility, money and influence.
There is no reason to suppose that the transition will be anything other than smooth.
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