Historically, the left were anti-EU. What changed? Liberals

Historically, the Labour Party has been anti-EU. They have long eschewed the concentration of power to unelected officials and rejected the philosophy that underpins much

David Owen on Radio 4: Brexit, Corbyn and Trump

This was an absolutely fascinating interview with David Owen. My favourite quote about Jeremy Corbyn: ‘you can’t be a Trot and an allotment holder’. What

Was the general election result a vote against brexit?

Yesterday, I noted there were two significant comments regarding the the recent general election. First, there was the problem of the Conservatives jumping into bed

Hand-wringing while ignoring the elephant in the room: a word on the local elections

Several things made these particular local elections different to normal. For one, we have just come off the back of one of the most divisive

Can we all just calm down a bit: nobody is actually going to war

I know our position in the EU still raises the blood pressure of some but I wonder whether we can just get a little bit

No, Tim Farron, the British public do not need a second referendum

Theresa May has today announced the triggering of Article 50, the beginning of the two-year negotiation period for leaving the European Union. You can read

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