Essentially, the EU seems to want a controlled partnership, not a partnership that works because there are shared values and common interests.
More delay would playing into the hands of the SNP and other opposition parties who claim that ‘Westminster isn’t delivering.’
In 2016, 38 per cent of voters in Scotland backed Brexit. So why is the Party currently stuck at 23 per cent in the polls for next year’s Holyrood election?
A Government that shows humility and honesty will retain the benefit of the doubt, but that runs counter to a ‘never apologise, never explain’ ethos.
Reshaping Whitehall must be sanctioned by the Prime Minister, but he can empower the Government’s proven reformer, Michael Gove, to drive change.
Some of its problems can be fixed. Others won’t be. And one perhaps can’t be: namely, that this Parliament seems to be incapable of saying No.
Some of the solutions being proposed for UK trade talks would make it a pariah state in the WTO community.
“Stay at home. Protect the NHS. Saves lives” now needs to end up as “Get back to work. Protect the economy. Save livelihoods.”
First Minister reacts to news that there will be border checks on goods between Northern Ireland and UK mainland.
Disraeli’s impudence and audacity, demonstrated in this collection of his sayings, cast light on the present Prime Minister’s conduct.
With Brexit negotiations intensifying, the carmakers’ decision to focus on Sunderland manufacturing gives David Frost great leverage.
The Prime Minister has avoided some of the potential dangers, but nonetheless introduced a border inside the United Kingdom.
The FT claims the UK has the worst in the world. But that’s only if you ignore the other ways it can be measured.
Its bishops’ latest attack on Cummings will do nothing to enamour the electorate.
Any fair-minded observer would think better of him at the end of yesterday’s press conference than he or she may have done at the beginning.