For Labour, it’s clever politics. But for the People’s Vote campaign, it’s mostly bad news.
A country that long ago lost its taste for political gambles of the Cameron variety.
If I had a magic wand by which to annul Brexit now, I would not use it.
Germany’s commitment to austerity and its refusal to support fundamental reform of the euro is recklessly complacent.
Labour MPs who fear being turfed out in Leave seats are seen as credible – Labour MPs who fear a Liberal Democrat revival are not.
I confess to having placed money on Leave as a kind of pathetic insurance policy.
The author of Winners Take All on how the “fake change” offered by billionaires such as Mark Zuckerberg perpetuates “systems of exclusion and inequality”.
It’s not all about Brexit.
Two things are guaranteed to raise a laugh with TV audiences: one is Boris Johnson, the other is Labour’s position on Brexit.
The House of Commons is deadlocked, so prepare for an election – or a chaotic departure from the EU.
As a consequence of Brexit, the UK faces the prospect not merely of an independent Scotland but also a united Ireland.