Labour’s travails increase chance of hard Brexit

Not only is Corbyn a weak leader of the opposition. Both he and Labour moderates are pushing for things incompatible with soft Brexit.

Brexit mustn’t impoverish us culturally

by Michael Prest Among its many failings, the Brexit referendum debate never seriously got to grips with the central issue...

Fighting to remain in the EU is not a lost cause – Letter to the FT

Fighting to remain in the EU is not a lost cause – Letter to the FT

Sir, Martin Wolf is right that there is no habitable halfway house between EU membership and “hard Brexit” (“May limbers...

Chinese takeaway, French film and another vote

In this allegory, mathematician Tim Gowers explains why it would be democratic to vote on the Brexit terms when we know them.

Open Letter to EU27 leaders meeting in Bratislava

Open Letter to EU27 leaders meeting in Bratislava

An open letter to the EU 27 leaders meeting in Bratislava.

Mrs May, don’t slight Scotland

Scotland could peel off if Theresa May doesn’t heed its voice in Brexit talks, despite the fact that leaving would be a terrible decision economically.

Hello, Boris, what happened to your £350m NHS promise?

Johnson is fronting a new Brexit group that wriggles out of campaign promises. All the more reason for a referendum on the Brexit terms.

Hugo Dixon on LBC

Hugo Dixon on LBC

Hugo Dixon, Co-Director of CommonGround, speaking on LBC radio on Saturday 3rd September.

Your cut-out-and-keep list of top 19 Brexiteer promises

Leave camp made wild pledges. To make sure they don’t wriggle out of them, we’ve gathered together their top promises.

Hugo Dixon on Piennaar’s Politics – BBC Radio Five Live

Hugo Dixon on Piennaar’s Politics – BBC Radio Five Live

Hugo Dixon, one of CommonGround’s directors and editor-in-chief of InFacts, speaks with John Piennaar about post-Brexit politics on Sunday 4th...