If he was alive today, Sir Henry Willink would have been an enthusiastic supporter of a comprehensive US/UK trade deal.
David Trimble: We can do better than the backstop. Why the Withdrawal Agreement breaches the terms of the Belfast Agreement.
The Commission is negotiating the terms of the UK’s withdrawal; yet the subject matter on which we are all stuck is not entirely within the jurisdiction of the EU.
He or she should be totally prejudiced in favour of Brexit, and this should overrule the usual priority of putting Parliament before the Executive.
There is not only an overwhelming moral case for supporting ex-servicemen and women, but a strong political one too.
Gareth Streeter: An intelligent spending review could halt the Liberal Democrats in their tracks in the South West
More investment in rural transport and digital infrastructure and a voice for our fisherman would make a big difference to local campaigns.
Philip Salter: Letting overseas students stay to work is right, and opens up new opportunities for our economy
Almost half of the UK’s fastest-growing startups have at least one foreign-born founder – many of whom came to the UK to study, then stayed to work.
Lord Ashcroft: My Northern Ireland polling. Six out of ten voters there accept the backstop. But only one in five Unionists do so.
More broadly, there is a lead for Irish unification of 46 per cent to 45 per cent – a statistical tie.
Adam Honeysett-Watts: I voted Remain and backed a second referendum. But here’s why I now back Johnson.
Brexit is an important issue, but it should not be an all-consuming and indefinite issue at the expense of other priorities which shape people’s lives.
Simon Fawthrop: The letter requesting a Brexit delay was sent by carrier pigeon and arrived too late? What a shame.
If Benn and others seek to bind the Prime Minister to the letter of their Surrender Bill, then he should oblige – by following it in exacting detail.
The Conservative Party could become the natural home for the urban working class if it revived these towns, David Skelton argues in his new book.
More poignantly, it was also clear that many had become so demoralised as to wonder whether voting was worth bothering with.
Two different conceptions of it are widely held in the UK, representative and direct. In 2019, they collide.
We regularly describe ourselves as a broad church – and correctly so. Any alignment with the Brexit Party would see that width of appeal narrowed.
Bobby Friedman: Enough is enough. The Conservatives must put up a candidate against Bercow in Buckingham.
The reasons not to do so are threadbare. And he has merrily torn up plenty of other conventions in the process of his partisan Speakership.
Mark Harper: Yeah but no but yeah but. When it comes to making up its mind about an election, Labour is Vicky Pollard.
Jeremy Corbyn’s Surrender Bill won’t just delay Brexit. It threatens to stop it altogether.