George Eaton is political editor of the New Statesman.
Even some Tory Leavers now concede that Britain will end up in an inferior position.
The Prime Minister can no longer easily denounce Labour for higher taxes and higher borrowing.
The Labour MP on how he remade himself as a backbench rebel on Grenfell, Windrush and Brexit.
Theresa May’s promise of an extra £25bn for the NHS is a recognition of the new collectivist spirit.
Contrary to Theresa May's claims, EU withdrawal will reduce the revenue available to the UK.
A new IFS report shows that welfare cuts and higher taxes have suppressed living standards.
Cabinet pressure is forcing the Prime Minister to moderate her most cherished stance.
The nationalist party stunned the Speaker with a well-crafted stunt.
The greatest enemy of Brexit is Brexit itself: it could never be delivered in the terms it was promised.
The US intellectual defends his claim that left-wing identity politics is to blame for the rise of Donald Trump.