England’s Scotland panic

“It would not be a small thing for the UK to fragment. European observers find the possibility in many ways quite extraordinary (humiliating say some, what would it be called ask many others). At the same time, across the EU there is plenty of experience of new states coming into existence or regaining their sovereignty and re-establishing their own democracies…”… 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 »