MPs must make an “unequivocal decision” about Theresa May’s Brexit deal in Parliament, with anything other than approval risking “huge uncertainty for business, consumers and citizens”, Dominic Raab has warned.
All political parties are coalitions encompassing a wide range of views and maximising membership, otherwise they’d be some doctrinaire cult. However, there’s usually enough of an agreed consensus to hold everyone together.
PG Wodehouse was captured in France during World War Two and later made broadcasts on Nazi radio, but he was naive, not treacherous, and deserves to be honoured with a plaque near Poets’ Corner in Westminster Abbey, writes Tom Peterkin.
In a Brexit negotiation process that has exposed many fault lines in the Conservative Party, it is not often that Boris Johnson, David Mundell and Ruth Davidson find themselves arguing for the same outcome, so when it happens it should be taken seriously.
With the Brexit talks between the UK and EU seeminly deadlocked and starting to run out of time, Catherine Stihler says Britain should not be afraid to change its mind over leaving the EU by holding a People’s Vote referendum.