BRitain and EUrope: The Hope Still Lives

“I look forward one day to a reassertion of that Britain: to its unqualified openness to other people, backgrounds, beliefs and ideas, including friendship with neighbouring countries; to a restored recognition that true sovereignty is something to be judiciously deployed and sometimes shared…” A leading Irish ex-ambassador on Britain, Brexit and the EU… Read More »

Why Labour cannot ignore Brexit

‘In 2019, Labour lost more of its previous voters to the smaller ‘Remain’ parties than it did to the Tories, writes Richard Corbett. Of those ‘Leave’ votes that were lost by Labour, it was mostly for other reasons. And many of those who supported Brexit will not be enamoured with Johnson’s deal.… Read More »