The second extension to the Brexit deadline agreed by EU leaders makes it likely that we will never leave the EU. There are two questions about the new deadline of 31 October.
Theresa May defended the decision to leave without a deal. She said it was the only way to implement the 2016 referendum.
I have always been sceptical about Jeremy Corbyn, but I have to give him some credit for his handling of the Brexit crisis. Which is to say he persistently made it worse while pretending to make it better. It’s masterful, in its way.
The last decade of politics has been shot through with examples of the shortcomings in Britain’s democratic process.
At last, there is some good Brexit news. Theresa May and Jeremy Corbyn are reportedly discussing a Final Say referendum in their negotiations on a cross-party compromise. But now, the bad news. Neither leader wants such a public vote and some referendum supporters fear they may use their discussions to kill the idea off once and for all.
Future historians will look back at Britain in the age of Brexit and seek to explain why its people reduced their power and influence in the world in the belief that they were doing the exact opposite.
The Norwegian Labour Party has joined what is now a clear parliamentary opposition to oil and gas exploration off the coast of the picturesque Lofoten islands in the north of Norway.
Brexit is a black hole. For the past three years, it has been swallowing up politicians’ attention, parliament’s time, public money and the bulk of the news agenda. And it’s far from over.
The LabourSay campaign formed almost a year ago to this day, out of a sense of disappointment at the Labour leadership’s defeatist approach to Brexit, and an urgent sense of the need to do better.
Ask a Tory backbencher or minister when Theresa May should stand down, and the answer depends heavily on who they want to succeed her. Hardline Eurosceptics can’t wait to force May out of Downing Street. They have every incentive to inflict a fourth Commons defeat on her Brexit deal next month; they hope to install one of their tribe in her place to complete the Brexit process.