It is blindingly obvious that all parties should sit down together to sort out the mess. That it is so difficult shows a political system in desperate need of change.
Even if the Commons sat at the weekends and late into the night, every night, it is difficult to see how we could negotiate the necessary legislation by 29 March deadline
With every step towards 29 March, a Final Say referendum is emerging as the best device to avoid a damaging departure from the EU.
Charities are left picking up the pieces while artful manoeuvring in the House of Commons grabs the headlines
I have little sympathy for the prime minister as she faces total chaos. Now it's time for backbenchers to up the ante
If we are seen as the midwives of a Conservative Brexit through delay and inaction, we will never be forgiven
British business must not fall for the prime minister’s strategy of playing on Brexit fatigue
No responsible prime minister would plunge the country into crisis for the sake of politics – but it looks like she just might
Let parliament see the figures, and then MPs can weigh up just how bad the trajectory the country is on will be for our communities.
If we are en route to leaving without a deal, no member of the cabinet who fancies taking over from the prime minister would want to inherit such an almighty storm.
One of them recently told me that, for all their threats to remove her, “we’ll keep her in place for now” because “she’s our puppet, we’re pulling the strings”.
An untrammelled free market left to its own devices does not automatically lead to an environment in which such productive, innovative and progressive businesses can thrive.