Alex Dean / August 14, 2018
Bryan Sanderson advises the government on the minimum wage. He discussed the problem of enforcement and how Brexit could erode years’ worth of progress
Aarti Shankar / August 14, 2018
The thinking is that any deal can be unpicked at a later date. But does it work like that?
George Peretz / August 13, 2018
Trade remedies are the heavy artillery in a trade war. But will Britain have them in place by the time it leaves Europe?
Since Chequers the party has undergone something of a revival. The question is whether it will last
Do the government’s proposals concede vassalage, as critics on all sides have assumed?
Pawel Swidlicki / August 10, 2018
Both camps prefer simple slogans to concrete proposals
Matthew Bevington / August 10, 2018
The former PM blew any remaining goodwill between Britain and Europe long before we triggered Article 50
A former ECJ judge says Britain's departure is a boost for Europe
What if it wasn’t Britain leaving but another member state?
The Miller Supreme Court case put parliament back in the driving seat but MPs squandered the opportunity