Nicola Sturgeon fears that the UK has no negotiating position at all. It's worse than she thinks.
The Government has announced that tea, jam and biscuits will be at the heart of our trade plans. This is a bad idea.
Tory PMs have led rebellions against the elite before.
Brexit negotiators should not forget the self-employed.
Turkey could pull the UK further into a proxy war.
Delaying the decision on Heathrow may have delayed the end of Goldsmith's political career.
A secondary annuity market is toast.
Forecasters begin to get a handle on our long-range winter weather.
Low and middle-income students have lost a vital source of support.
Few parties could stick together after a victory on the scale that mob has achieved.
Brexit will be Britain's national project, not just for two years but for decades.
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