The bottom line is this: whatever agreement is reached, the government’s own analysis states that the UK will be worse off in every other scenario outside of the EU
If Government drives reforms and if we harness the benefits of technology for the good of all, then we can both protect our planet and invest in our future.
If we had a fairer, more democratic electoral system – a system of proportional representation – the Tories would face more of an electoral threat for letting down the nation
Trying to sell a final vote without a Remain option would be like selling a car without a reverse gear.
One diplomat of a medium-sized country said to me that a country 'we used to regard as strong and stable' now has a politics that 'is in chaos'
Of the many Brexit cons, few are greater than the idea that this is a fight for the people
Leaving the EU certainly provides no solutions and will actually make all other problems harder to tackle
I spoke to UK businesspeople over the weekend about what they’d really do in a no-deal Brexit. Everyone needs to hear what they said.
Boris Johnson has repeatedly said public, prejudicial things and his party has repeatedly ignored it. Meanwhile, many of my Labour colleagues are at breaking point after the leader's refusal to tackle the antisemitism issue head on
The prime minister has proposed a half-in, half-out plan for a hard Brexit that has pleased no one, least of all the electorate
Citizens from all walks of life and every nation of our country are joining our campaign for a People’s Vote
In the last couple of years, the Tories have achieved a quite remarkable feat: not only have they managed to reinforce their stereotype of being anti-worker, but now they are increasingly seen as anti-business too