Such deals can seem intangible and conceptual, so I and a team of experts are today launching a proposed agreement which both sides could accept.
The Chief Whip has enjoyed something of a boost from last month’s victories on crucial votes, but the overall picture reflects a settled disenchantment.
Daniel Hannan: Venezuela. Be warned. This is the regime that Corbyn still sees, even now, as his model.
The only US sanctions in place before August 2017 were asset freezes and travel bans aimed at a handful of Chavista politicians and their cronies.
Richard Graham: Brexit with Muskets – or, lessons from our past about the essential art of compromise
The execution of a king and establishment of a republic wasn’t planned at the start of the English Civil War. Beware the consequences of going to extremes.
The problem of Tory MPs who backed the Party’s pro-Brexit manifesto, voted for Article 50 and then for the EU Withdrawal Bill cannot simply be brushed aside.
The former Brexit Secretary warns of the danger that MPs will believe the Government has not even demanded the necessary concessions from Brussels.
Henry Newman: Beyond Malthouse. Which compromises would be feasible and acceptable to secure a deal?
It is still possible to find a landing zone that would be acceptable for the EU and to Eurosceptics.
It is damaged beyond repair by poor definitions, confusion and misuse. The term harms Muslims.
Our survey. Next Tory leader. Stasis as Johnson carries on leading amidst little expectation of change.
Although the Prime Minister’s position is fragile, there is no sense of a contest in the offing any time soon.
Chloe Westley: A brilliant head teacher, a transformational city school – and the need for mavericks
Last week, I met with one such person. Her name is Katharine Birbalsingh – founder and headmistress of the Michaela Community School.
It would be responsible for promoting the British brand right across the country – and there is a lot to promote.
The proportion of respondents opposing it at any cost has fallen from well over two in five to over one in three.
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John Strafford: The Conservative Party no longer belongs to its members. No wonder it faces an existential crisis.
If we do not leave the E.U. on terms that are acceptable to the members of the Party, large numbers will leave it. Here’s how we got here.
If the United Kingdom’s negotiating position appears incoherent, much of the blame rests with those who put the legislature in charge.