John Major was the cleverest leader I worked for—and did a great deal to secure a successful partnership with Europe
Chris Patten / November 18, 2017
The former PM did was he thought was best for Britain. But what can you do if some in your party put dogma before evidence?
Alex Dean / November 18, 2017
Conservative MPs are divided over whether the PM should stump up more cash to unlock negotiations
Rafael Behr / November 17, 2017
The PM is willing her pre-referendum judgement to be wrong—it wasn’t. Britain really is leaving the diplomatic premier league
Prospect Team / November 16, 2017
Wikimedia CommonsSpend time with owners of any of the UK’s five million small businesses and the conversation will inevitably turn to access to finance – or rather the lack of access. In the...
Leopold Traugott / November 15, 2017
Talk of an “EU army” is seriously premature, but there is much of interest in the historic “PESCO” declaration
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Ian Dunt / November 14, 2017
The Brexit Secretary has announced that MPs will have a vote on Britain's deal with the EU. He will do his best to make this vote meaningless—but the truth is that a "no" vote would trigger the...
Thomas Sampson / November 13, 2017
A “cliff edge” outcome would cause chaos at the “borders,” plural
Adam Posen / November 13, 2017
What will happen to Britain's economy when the insular turn of Brexit meets the reality of global trade?
Andrew Adonis / November 11, 2017
Blair was the most instinctively pro-European PM since Heath, says his former policy chief. But his government made some big mistakes—and contributed to Eurosceptic populism
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