As democracy is being rigorously defended in the Supreme Court, Labour and the Liberal Democrats are forever engaged in a pointless war of words. Politicians and activists are feuding while the disillusioned public watch on in disgust. []

At their annual party conference in Bournemouth this week, the Lib Dems voted to change policy and revoke Article 50 if they win the next General Election. Andy Martin explains why, as a Leave voter who changed his mind, he supports the idea. []

Alexandrine Kántor on her journey through Brexit, on growing tired of the fearmongering, xenophobia and lies, becoming a Councillor, and choosing to fight for EU citizens’ rights because of the Home Office failures. []

Brexit has been a resurrection for the Lib Dems. After their horrific results from the 2015 and 2017 elections, they have managed to capitalise on angry anti-Brexit voters. However, questions over their direction remain to be answered. []

The no-deal parliament is hastily preparing for a return to Westminster. Questions on how MPs and campaigners can stop the incoming crash have settled on the spurious ‘government of national unity’ as a bricked-up tunnel to Boris Johnson’s runaway train. []

Professor Philip Syrpis’ analysis on Jeremy Corbyn’s letter, and the prospects for ‘a strictly time-limited temporary Government’ to stop a no-deal Brexit. []