April 4, 2019 Ilse Brenner

There is an alternate universe where perhaps David Cameron never chooses to have a referendum or the remain vote won. David Cameron would still be Prime Minister and politics in 2019 would have been devoted to the usual arguments. Instead, domestic policy in the UK has been in a state of purgatory that has, as…

April 2, 2019 Andrew Niblett

The decision by Nicholas Boles to resign from the Conservative Party following the second set of indicative votes on Monday night was not unexpected, but should still be seen as yet another major moment in British politics. He had recently quit his local association due to deselection moves being made against him, with many local…

March 14, 2019 Charles Cummins

Downing Street’s hope the meaningful vote on the Withdrawal Agreement would pass last night was blown apart over twelve hours before the vote when the Attorney General gave the Prime Minister his advice that, despite the new agreements reached the previous night, the legal risk the UK would have no lawful means of exiting the…