As Michel Barnier visits Northern Ireland this week, we need to be bold enough to make a change
We reside in different political parties and rarely inhabit the same voting lobby in the House of Commons but on Brexit we are as one - Chuka Umunna MP and Anna Soubry MP
What good is glittering technology if it robs us of jobs and rips communities apart? We need to work out how humans will prosper in a world of robots.
Brexit should not be an excuse to turn inwards.
We can can build a new economic and political settlement which avoids a return to New Labour or to electoral failure.
Only by confronting our weaknesses – such as immigration policy and providing an alternative to austerity – can we build the coalition required to regain government.
We need an approach in which no one is too rich or too poor to be part of our party – and politics that starts with what unites rather then divide us as a country.