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The Prime Minister risks compounding one economic shock with another if the UK abruptly leaves the European single market and customs union this year.
A new trade deal with the EU this year is now impossible – the Prime Minister should seek an extension to the transition period.
The UK is the only major country in Europe not to have announced it will subsidise employees’ wages or make direct cash payments to its citizens.
These are the questions on austerity, policy changes, devolution and Brexit that should underpin our domestic political coverage of the crisis.
With so little of substance on new Brexit-related infrastructure spending, the EU will continue to believe that the UK’s no-deal threat is a bluff.
Erasmus is a maybe. Experts are still out of fashion. And Michael Gove can’t pour water.
The Liberal Democrats can't let the flame go out, says Wera Hobhouse.
It is no coincidence that the negotiating mandate was published on the same day that EU-UK trade negotiations began.
The potential electoral cost of a policy that would offend both farmers and urban residents is likely to be deemed too great.
The Prime Minister’s pledge to walk away from talks is hamstrung by decisions made by his predecessor.