The Legatum Institute has this week published a methodology for one. We don’t claim that it has all the answers, but it does offer a guide to hard policy choices.
The test of Truss’s big speech today on fairness will be whether it opens up a path to reforming Labour’s Equality Act.
The Political Declaration approves non-regression but not dynamic alignment – elements of which the EU has backed off from.
The agreement involves revising an international border – opposed in this case by the EU and the UK. It will have knock-on effects elsewhere.
Whether writing, speaking or negotiating, he puts on a performance which the spectators enjoy all the more because it horrifies the guardians of convention.
They’re part of a broader move by the Government to rein in some of the more extreme politically correct excesses that went unchecked before.
Some of us have taken up central casting from The Truman Show – being ogled, googled, zoomed, teamed and even on the odd occasion ‘citrixed’.
Five reasons why Hancock’s announcement of tougher restrictions yesterday met less resistance than might have been expected.
Our subject on how much time a Bill would be given now, how much time it might get – and whether it could be effected retrospectively.
Disputes should be arbitrated by representatives of neutral countries that have experience of trading with the EU under different arrangements.
If no good deal comes and No Deal happens, the option of a return to EU membership is no longer on the table.
Here’s how can now use our freedoms as we leave – assuming there is no last-minute wish to be sensible by the EU and agree a free trade deal.
The big questions are about an EU deal and Covid recovery. But one of the other places to look is how we turn our savings into investments.
But unless we are viewing a conjuring trick both from our own Government and the EU, extra time looks unlikely to unlock agreement.
The emergency measures enacted to battle Covid have exposed the groupthink of Whitehall’s expert establishment.