The Government’s opponents face a choice between cobbling together a rearguard vehicle for the negotiations or adapting to what comes next.
Posts Tagged: EU Referendum
WATCH: Wallace debates Article 50 – “People who thought themselves powerless get to see the powerful do what they want”
Our Executive Editor also pays tribute to those Remainers who have “done the grown-up thing” by accepting the result.
The Prime Minister presents the news that she has triggered Article 50 to MPs.
It’s a day to think of the people who dreamed of it and the people who dreaded it alike. And to embrace the renewal of our democracy.
May’s Article 50 statement: “Now that the decision has been made to leave the EU, it is time to come together.”
“It is my fierce determination to get the right deal for every single person in this country.”
While they seek a silver bullet to keep us in the EU, the rest of the world is moving on.
Maastricht made it clear that the EU was leaving the UK, preferring to become a superstate. We could never agree to such a project.
Nicky Morgan: It’s time to focus on white working-class boys – whose needs are neglected in too many schools
Low aspirational parenting and teaching are key problems.
The seat of our national politics is deeply unfashionable in constitutional circles, but is essential to a well-governed and united kingdom.
As a former Eurosceptic turned Remainer, I have adjusted to the new reality. Others – pro- or anti-EU – should do the same.
There is a danger that those of us with strong opinions are not always the best judges of balance.
Edward Bickham: To please Brexit zealots, the Government is getting its negotiation plan seriously wrong
We are in danger of asking for the wrong things, in the wrong way and on the wrong timescale.
Commentators underestimated our growth potential before the referendum – and some are still doing so.
Nadhim Zahawi: An independence referendum on the SNP’s timetable wouldn’t be fair to Scotland. But they don’t care.
We cannot have a vote when all that is known is what legal deal has been agreed.
Impartiality shouldn’t be mistaken for overlooking so much that is good about Britain.