Letter shows UK govt indifference to European voters

Things couldn't have gone much worse at the European elections, on a basic democratic level. The British government insisted on a strict definition of EU bureaucratic requirements, leading to many European citizens being turned...

Brexit no-deal plan in disarray

All the little Brexit Gremlins are in the bits too boring to think about. Take trade remedies. This is ostensibly a pretty tedious bit of law. They're the mechanism we use under the WTO to...

We’ll spread the benefits of immigration & win the argument

By Fergus Peace It hasn't been easy making the case for immigration over the last few years. EU migrants...

Things fall apart, the centre cannot hold

Really monstrous week, this one. Even by the usual standards, which are very poor indeed, it was acutely bad. There came a point, around Thursday morning, when whichever way you looked you found behaviour which...

Darroch stitch-up shows how quickly Brexiters turn against the national interest

By Chris Allnutt Political consensus is a thing of the past. No other conclusion can be drawn from the resignation...

How progressive parties can get together to stop Brexit

By Naomi Smith There's a warning over the Brecon Beacons – those handsome hunks of sandstone that take their...

The Chinese women trapped in British detention centres

By Samantha Hudson There are many Chinese women locked up in Yarl's Wood detention centre. Their stories are some...

Trump ambassador revelations: Brexiters reveal the Trump-love game-plan

Trump ambassador revelations highlight the servility that lies beneath the movement for total British sovereignty. Source link

Week in Review: Remain starts to gather

It's easy to get depressed. Boris Johnson versus Jeremy Hunt is an intellectual death-spiral. Each day brings some new moment of horrible stupidity, another promise they know they can't deliver, another strategic blunder. Because Johnson...

a good night for Labour but everything is still a total mess

By Jonathan Lis The narrative was written. The bookies had stopped taking bets. Nigel Farage had arrived to bask...