United Kingdom

June 27, 2016

Seven tests to stop Brexit turning into Iraq

Comment Central sets out seven areas of economic and political uncertainty that Brexit campaigners need to answer.
June 30, 2016

The UK’s tech hub status is under threat

Our decision to leave the European Union puts our country’s status as a global hub for technological innovation in jeopardy, warns Daria Kantor.
June 30, 2016

Ensuring a smooth Brexit

John Redwood sets out important next steps to ensure a smooth and efficient transition from European Union membership to UK independence.
July 15, 2016

Good Europeans want an early Brexit

John Redwood MP argues a quick Brexit is in both Britain’s interest, and the interest of our European neighbours.
October 10, 2016

The UK is on its way to the EU exit door

The UK needs to consider carefully the path it takes to the EU exit door, says John Redwood.
October 19, 2016

Scottish independence takes a heavy toll

Sturgeon’s push for continued membership of the single market for Scotland comes at a heavy price, argues Rory Broomfield.
October 25, 2016

Let’s get on with Brexit

It’s time for the government to tell us more of the opportunities from exiting the EU, and for businesses to get behind Brexit, says John Redwood.
November 8, 2016

Whoever wins, forget the ‘special relationship’

The policy outlooks of both Presidential candidates mean that regardless of the outcome of today's vote, the special relationship between the US and UK is set for testing times ahead, says Rory Broomfield.
January 4, 2017

State of the modern Brexit nation

Six months after the country’s momentous decision to leave the European Union, Peter Bingle assesses the state of modern Brexit Britain.
January 17, 2017

Tools to fight the EU’s aggression

John Redwood explores tools the UK could use to respond to efforts by the European Union to upset our departure.
April 18, 2017

May’s move and the Kingdom’s future

Bill Blain discusses the Prime Minister’s decision, what it means for the future political makeup of the country and, more importantly, the future of the United Kingdom.
April 20, 2017

Demand exemption from EU exit fee

Figures revealed by Philip Hollobone MP in a Westminster Hall debate have lifted the lid on the astronomical costs of our EU membership. If anything, we should demand a refund, writes Rory Broomfield.
May 8, 2017

France pulled back from the brink

Bill Blain discusses the implications of the French Presidential result for France, Europe and the United Kingdom.
June 21, 2017

The Financial Times and a 1.3 billion Ponzi scheme

David Sedgwick asks whether the time is ripe to radically rethink a dominant model of society in which moderate rather than excessive population increase holds sway.
July 24, 2017

A quick UK-EU free trade deal is possible

Ben Somervell explains why a bilateral UK-EU free trade agreement need not take as long as previous European free trade agreements.
August 3, 2017

Saudi transformation offers UK rich pickings

Saudi Arabia’s ongoing economic transformation offers up massive opportunities for the UK’s services sector, says Professor Tim Evans.
August 16, 2017

Miliband’s second referendum idea’s bananas

David Miliband’s proposed second referendum would undermine the will of the people, says Benjamin Somervell.
August 25, 2017

A low tax vision for post-Brexit Britain

Some of the most open, prosperous and happy nations around the world are low tax nations. So why doesn’t the UK join them, asks Rory Broomfield?
October 8, 2017

EU plan to annex Northern Ireland may spark war

The EU’s insistence on a sea border between Northern Ireland and the rest of the UK would mean a de facto reunification of Ireland, rekindling a bitter struggle between Republicans and Unionists that saw nearly four thousand killed, says Andre Walker.
October 22, 2017

The inequality of austerity

The Barnett formula is deeply unfair to the English regions, writes Peter Divey.
November 9, 2017

Only a radical reshuffle can save the Tories now

A reshuffle would inject competence and inspiration into this floundering Government, writes Peter Bingle. 
January 12, 2018

Brexit was a vote for a free Britain

The true goal of Brexit is a free Britain, in control of its own destiny, writes John Redwood
January 16, 2018

The Brexit fallout in the EU is beginning to show

The loss of Britain's financial contributions is exacerbating the East-West divisions in the EU, writes Peter Divey
February 6, 2018

Immigration is not a right

The British Government's capitulation to the French over the Calais border belies an unwillingness to choose the path favoured by the British public - to actually reduce immigration, writes Bruce Newsome
February 14, 2018

England speaks again

Brexit is a cry of English national pride, with potentially significant ramifications on national identity for all nations of the United Kingdom, writes Aled Gwyn Job
February 22, 2018

Social media and the place (wo)men

Social media has given legions of online leftists the tool to project their fringe interests into the corridors of power, writes Hector Drummond
March 15, 2018

It’s time to articulate a new migration policy

A sensible post-Brexit migration policy should see equal treatment between EU and non-EU nationals, writes John Redwood
March 15, 2018

Russia: May needs to put up or shut up

The Government must make clear to the world its resolve against Russia. If it doesn’t then we might as well pack up any pretence to be doing so. At least that would be an honest foreign policy, says Andrew O’Brien.
August 30, 2018

What the Prime Minister needs to say at Party Conference

The Prime Minister must return to a Free Trade Agreement based on the EU-Canada deal at Conservative Party Conference in the Autumn, writes John Redwood MP
September 19, 2018

Bring back National Service

In an increasingly uncertain world where the risk of global military conflict seems to rise incrementally every day, it is time for us to consider bringing back compulsory National Service, argues Sebastien Kurzel. 
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