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The best position on Brexit after this week is not that it was right or wrong but that it was yesterday.
The easing of the coronavirus crisis would make it harder for the government to disguise the economic pain of a no-deal Brexit.
The Labour leader could win back voters if he can hold No 10 to account for the repercussions of a hard Brexit.
There's no deal yet to approve, but the Labour Party is already leaning towards voting for a Brexit deal that comes before the House of Commons.
As the world divides into regional superpowers – the US, China and the EU – Britain cannot stand alone.
The US election outcome that the UK is truly unprepared for is Donald Trump refusing to leave office if Biden wins.
Should Britain leave without an EU trade agreement, Boris Johnson will only have himself to blame.
The Democratic candidate’s commitment to the Good Friday Agreement is a matter of principle, not electoral politics.
The anti-corruption cause is imperative – and it invites us to imagine the recasting of progressive politics.
The government has opted to make its life considerably harder by not delaying the UK's exit from the EU.