The Brexit negotiations centre on a trade deal. But Labour is divided on the benefits of free trade.
The importance of emotions over “facts” is something that the Leave campaign seemed instinctively to understand.
As Michael Gove launches his leadership bid, what Leave looks like will be decided by Conservative activists.
The Labour Party could right now be exploiting a bitter Conservative leadership contest, writes Shadow Chancellor John McDonnell.
Look closely at the markets, they tell a story.
You can see the shape of the deal that the right would accept.
Brexit has overturned the City of London's financial towers.
You need businesses to create jobs, and businesses are nervy.
Most economists expect that Brexit will hurt UK growth over the next few years.
Investors and pension savers have taken the initial hit, but cash savers could lose out too.
First-time buyers could have a chance to buy in Brexit Britain, but only if they have a good job.
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