Ongoing EU-China deal casts a long shadow over Brexit talks

By Naomi Smith The EU trade discussions earlier this month were littered with buzzwords: level playing field, economic governance,...

Tory Brexiters turn against the deal they helped secure

By Steve Peers We were told it was an "oven-ready deal". But despite the withdrawal agreement having the pride...

Week in Review: Small Brexity pickings

The day is fast approaching when the Leave chickens come home to roost. Source link

the real covid culture war has only just begun

By Jonathan LisThe box-office coronavirus culture war already seems to have faltered. People still grumble about their masks...

Britain’s reputation declines as Johnson stuffs Lords with appointments

By Darren Hughes Britain's ability to speak up for democracy abroad has just taken a major self-inflicted hit. "Corruption in...

TikTok has been sucked into the China-US security war

By Ray Walsh In the last two years, TikTok has risen to be one of Facebook's primary competitors. The...

How Covid and Brexit pushed Scotland from the Union

By Chaminda Jayanetti At least they've noticed. Boris Johnson's flying visit to Scotland late last month wasn't much of...

Week in Review: A long tense summer

This is usually the nice bit of the year. Parliament is in recess, so there's very little politics to bother you. Most people are away on holiday somewhere pretty. Those of us that remain...

Faith groups, businesses & activists unite to demand asylum rights

By Mariam Kemple HardyWe’ve been told to use our common sense a lot lately. Or our "good, British...

The hidden shame of Priti Patel’s asylum policy

By Tim Farron I got a letter from Priti Patel the other day, in which she expressed her satisfaction...