Why are we, EU citizens, calling the Home Office’s decision to end Freedom of Movement on 1 November reckless politics? [Read now...]
Veteran Journalist John Lichfield tweeted the interesting take on the Home Office’s decision to stop Freedom of Movement by a retired UK civil servant ‘with extensive knowledge of the British immigration system’. [Read now...]
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. [Read now...]
Alexandra Bulat took the time to analyse the latest EU citizens’ Settled Status stats from the Home Office. Here is what she found... [Read now...]
As we are discussing Free Ports: Let me tell you the story of the Hamburg Free Port. Der Hamburger Freihafen. [Read now...]
If Boris Johnson loses a vote of confidence, he loses his authority to govern and must resign, QC says.
If it is clear within 14 days of a vote of no confidence that an alternative government led by X commanding the confidence of the House of Commons can be formed, the Queen must appoint X, whatever Johnson does, George Peretz QC argues. [Read now...]
Steve Bullock putting a Brexit Party MEP to his place over what is really being ignored since the Brexit result. [Read now...]
Meet David from Somerset. He voted Leave in 2016, but not for No-Deal. Unless an EFTA/Norway deal is on offer, he is a reluctant Remainer Now who would rather vote Remain in a new referendum. [Read now...]
Boris Johnson prepares for a General Election, and banks on the Remain opposition to remain disunited.
In many ways Boris Johnson’s Brexit strategy is essentially the same as Theresa May’s 2017 General Election strategy. The context, however, is different, and Johnson will run a more effective campaign than May. [Read now...]
Dr Helen de Cruz on pluto-populism, no-deal Brexit and the Conservative Party. [Read now...]