Our columnist provides the second piece in our series this week about Brexit – almost a year since the end of transition.
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Are we making the most of leaving the European Union – and if not what should we do to get the best out of it?
The Foreign Secretary knows that she is being played off by them against the Chancellor. They know she knows. And she knows they know she knows.
Sunder Katwala: Immigration. Our latest polling suggests that control and integration matter more than numbers.
The latest wave of an in-depth tracker project shows that a long-term softening of public attitudes has continued during the pandemic.
The single most important thing for right-leaning outsiders to understand is that boards don’t control most of a firm’s political comment.
He is well-placed to knock on the doors of individual member states, as the Government and the Union lock horns over free movement.
Daniel Moylan: The decision to spurn York is a rebuff to Leave supporters and to the voters’ verdict – especially outside London
For too many legislators, biffing the Prime Minister for a short-term thrill is the acme of political maturity.
In a world that changes as fast as this one, constant intellectual regeneration should be our goal. Our recovery papers are a contribution to that.
If Putin hoped that Brexit would detach us from our alliances, there’s no evidence of that happening so far, and much to the contrary.
A year of Johnson as Prime Minister. As with Thatcher and Blair, his enemies can’t get the measure of him.
We’ve learned nothing at all about his outlook but quite a lot about his capacities during the last tumultuous twelve months.
Three million of them are unlikely to pitch up here, but government must plan for all eventualities – and support for its plan wouldn’t survive a mass influx.
Anand Menon: Our latest research finds that the Conservatives are divided on economics, but united on culture.
The Tories have an interest in a focus on values. Reports suggest that some in Downing Street are encouraging Johnson to launch a ‘war on woke’.
If so much, as Ministers suggest, depends on common sense, nuance, context and common sense, people will draw the inevitable conclusion.
Johnson, the Sunday Times and the virus. The Remainer losers have learnt nothing from the EU referendum and last year’s election.
It may be significant that the one person who doesn’t seem to be making their mistake is Keir Starmer.
The perils and volatility that the Coronavirus – that ultimate leveller-down – brings with it suddenly endanger last year’s near-landslide winner.