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We will soon see the UK is better out of the EU than in it.
The Prime Minister may be forced to break his silence on the trade-offs of his Brexit deal for the UK.
As the practical costs of Brexit become clear, the UK could gradually drift back towards the European single market.
The Labour leader has allowed the government to hide the immense economic damage of Brexit behind Covid-19.
The UK’s vaccine success does not compensate for its catastrophic handling of the pandemic or the cost of leaving the EU.
A bungled attempt to trigger the “nuclear option” over Covid vaccines proves the EU misunderstands Irish border issues.
Far from providing the “frictionless” trade that was promised, the deal is hampering British firms with forests of red tape.
Boris Johnson bears more similarities to the Tudor King than he realises – and not for the reasons he would prefer.
The anonymous Twitter account behind the “reasonable worst-case scenario” dossier revealed by ITV’s political editor Robert Peston opens up.
Although most voters now believe the UK was wrong to leave the EU, only around a third say they would vote to rejoin.