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.
Unless the Labour leadership unequivocally backs any cross-party backbench initiative for a People’s Vote, we won’t win the vote when it comes.
Over 2 million young people have not had a chance to vote on Brexit yet – that’s why they will be at the front of the march, leading the charge
We should be encouraging our local authorities to develop initiatives which bring different generations together for face-to-face interactions
Progressives are winning again: it’s vital we learn from them.
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.