Brexit

Florence: May constrained by her own ‘red lines’

Tactics, not strategy, continue to define the Brexit process, writes Evgeny Pudovkin.

Sep 22, 2017 - Evgeny Pudovkin

Brexit

Tomorrow’s Brexit speech: what May must say

Tomorrow, the Prime Minister is set to deliver her most important address since her address at Lancaster House earlier this year. But with rumblings back home, and questions over the EU negotiations, what should she say?

Sep 21, 2017 - Rory Broomfield

Culture

Have the Greeks lost their Marbles?

Recent calls by the Greek authorities for the Elgin Marbles to be returned as a prerequisite to any Brexit deal being struck is opportunistic nonsense and demeans the uniqueness of such important artefacts, says Tim Loughton MP. 

Sep 20, 2017 - Tim Loughton MP

Crime & Justice

Trump’s right, we’re failing to stop terrorists

Andre Walker argues the terror register should be expanded to include those suspected of participating in terror related activity.

Sep 18, 2017 - Andre Walker

Brexit

Junker’s omnipotent EU

The EU’s quick post-referendum amendment to Article 50 to ensure that, in future, it is subject to Qualified Majority Voting (QMV), coupled with Junker’s ‘radical vision’ for Europe’s future, including the creation of an omnipotent President, is nothing more than a poorly conceived strategy to overcome the awkward and rebellious obstacle of democratic nations, says Peter Divey.

Sep 18, 2017 - Peter Divey

Brexit

Brexit: No Deal? No Fear.

With the EU’s approach toward the ongoing Brexit negotiations defined by an unimaginative and inflexible attitude, permeated by its obsessive commitment toward further integration and centralisation, the Government should prepare for a ‘no deal’ scenario, argues Rory Broomfield.

Sep 17, 2017 - Rory Broomfield

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