Opposing it in the hope of something better risks ending up with the worst possible outcome: no Brexit at all.
Posts Tagged: Article 50
Even opposition parties and Bercow’s traditional supporters were taken aback by his “ridiculous” ruling. It will have serious repercussions.
Brexiteer MPs believe such hints are being leaked to try to frighten them. But some in Government have indeed toyed with the idea.
And her message amounts to warning that the alternatives wouldn’t work, so we might as well plod on as we are. It’s not very convincing.
Richard Aikens and Anna Bailey: Fact-checking the dubious Withdrawal Agreement arguments being put to MPs
As ever, the facts and the spin tell crucially different stories. Parliamentarians should focus on the former.
Henry Newman: Has the Prime Minister’s change of tack on Brexit bought any goodwill with her EU counterparts?
We will know soon enough, when the leaders reassemble for the next opportunity to break the impasse.
The former Justice Minister writes an open letter to a young activist, urging her to reconsider her defection to the Liberal Democrats.
The Morley and Outwood MP says that her constituents want the Brexit they voted for – and asks why Downing Street accuses Leavers but not Remainers of “bullying”.
WATCH: Benn — talk of “extensions” to Article 50 process “is not about undermining the referendum result”
The chairman of the Exiting the EU Committee emphasises that “we haven’t started negotiating on our future economic relationship” with the EU.
The lacklustre General Election campaign was consigned to second place. Donald Trump’s inauguration was a distant third.
The modern state is intended to restrain those who seek a monopoly on power. Such people naturally resent it when that system works.
The clock is ticking, and business and the public need to see that the Government is gripping the complexities of the process.
Christopher Howarth: Osborne, Umunna and the CBI are offering a bridge to nowhere, not a bridging agreement
Having attacked EEA membership as a bad deal during the referendum, they now pretend it is a good idea in the hope of preventing Brexit.
The Supreme Court recently made it very clear that the courtesies built into devolution do not diminish the sovereignty of Parliament.
It is incumbent on all of us who have participated in the EU debate, on both sides, to confess to some sins and omissions.